Both Shawnee teams were shorthanded Friday night and both came away with a 2-1 loss to Madill.

Both Shawnee teams were shorthanded Friday night and both came away with a 2-1 loss to Madill.

The Lady Wolves were missing one player to suspension due to an incident earlier this year, a surgical procedure and two players who left early for Spring Break. The Wolves were missing senior leader Leslie Feh due to Spring Break as well.

In the first game, the Lady Wolves fell behind early when Madill punched in a goal just over four minutes in.

Shawnee did a good job of controlling the ball after the initial goal but they were never able to score. A foul late in the first half gave Madill a free kick from just outside the penalty box.

The Lady Wildcats made it count and Shawnee trailed 2-0 with just over eight minutes left in the first half.

Less than three minutes into the second half, Hailey Satterfield got the Lady Wolves on the board with a goal of her own. Shawnee had several chances late in the game but Madill held on for the 2-1 win.

The Wolves faced a similar fate.

About half-way through the first half, Logan Gann nailed a shot off of the crossbar but Madill’s counter-attack resulted in a goal and the Wolves were down 1-0 with 17 minutes left in the half.

That is where the score remained until halfway through the second half when Kossi Kodoe rebounded a Lucas Gann shot off the crossbar and sent it into the lower left corner for a Shawnee goal. It looked like the teams could be headed to penalty kicks, but with just under five minutes left, the Wolves were whistled for a foul and Madill made the most of it by bending a shot into the top right corner for the game-winning goal.