NOBLE — Shawnee’s Wolves saw their unblemished season end Friday with a 2-1 overtime setback to Durant in the semifinals of the Rose Rock Invitational.

Regulation play ended in a 1-1 tie with Shawnee’s goal coming in the second half on a throw-in from Cade Mickish.

In the deciding penalty-kick session, both squads hit their first five efforts. Durant hit its sixth penalty shot but Shawnee failed on its sixth attempt, giving the Lions the victory.

“We had 12 shots on goal to their three. We just couldn’t finish our opportunities,” Shawnee coach Jason Merrell said.

Shawnee goalkeeper Sebastian Rodriguez posted two saves.

“We had great effort,” Merrell said. “This was the best game of the tournament so far. Shawnee, 6-1 on the season, will play for third place at 5:30 today against the loser of Friday’s game between Noble and Western Heights.

Shawnee’s girls were upended 1-0 by Durant in another semifinal conflict.

Goalkeeper Braunya Lewis recorded eight saves on nine shots on goal. Shawnee put seven shots on goal.

The Lady Wolves will tackle Friday’s Noble-Western Heights loser in today’s third-place battle at 5:30.