It was a more successful night for MISD girls than boys Friday, however McKinney High’s boys made sure that MHS got a clean sweep. And McKinney North’s girls had quite a dominant run through the Duncanville Girls Kickoff Classic. Complete results below:
McKinney High 4, Sherman 1: The Lions got off to a good start Friday in the Little Elm Lobo Tournament before falling to Highland Park 1-0 in the nightcap.
McKinney North 1, West Mesquite 0: The Bulldogs won Saturday’s contest over West Mesquite in the Mesquite tournament. The game’s lone goal was scored by Nelson Alvarenga.
Dallas Wilson 3, McKinney North 2: Kyle Biggio and Zac Helms scored the Bulldogs’ lone goals in Friday night’s Mesquite tournament. The Bulldogs’ opening tournament game Thursday against Bryan Adams was canceled due to weather. North is scheduled to play West Mesquite at 9 a.m. Saturday at Hanby Stadium.
Coppell 5, McKinney Boyd 1: The Broncos lost big on the road Friday night.
McKinney Boyd 3, Clear Falls: The Lady Broncos finished a perfect swing through the Georgetown Tournament on Saturday by shutting out Clear Falls. Goals were scored by Sydnie Dolzine, Taylor Cobb and Abby Gore. Assists were by Cobb, Celia Hilsabeck and Dolzine.
McKinney Boyd 2, Katy Seven Lakes 0: The Lady Broncos’ Sarah Norman and Sydnie Dolzine scored Friday’s goals during the Georgetown Tournament. Both assists were courtesy Taylor Cobb. Boyd next plays San Antonio Johnson at 10 a.m. Saturday.
McKinney North 3, Duncanville 0: The Lady Bulldogs completed their second 3-0 shutout in two days at the Duncanville Girls Kickoff Classic on Saturday. Two goals were scored by Belicia Mendiola and one by Hannah Story. Assists went to Kennedy Kitchings and Berklee Gandel.
McKinney North 3, Corsicana 0: The Lady Bulldogs’ Sabrina Martineau, Sandy Pachicano and Kamryn Scamperle scored goals in Friday’s shutout victory at the Duncanville Girls Kickoff Classic. North plays again Saturday at Duncanville High School.
McKinney High 2, Frisco Centennial 0: The homestanding Lionettes recorded a shutout Friday. Jessica Wells and Devon Prince scored goals for MHS.