Sherman Boys Varsity Football

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Sherman High School Varsity Football beat Denton High School 35-14

Friday, October 6, 2017 7:00 PM Denton High School AWAY 14 Sherman High School HOME 35 Game Recap By Sam Waller, Herald Democrat The Sherman Bearcats kept pounding. The Denton Broncos finally cracked. Nathaniel Omayebu rushed for four touchdowns and the Bearcats forced five turnovers in a 35-14 victory over the Broncos at Bearcat Stadium

Sherman High School Varsity Football falls to Naaman Forest High School 28-6

Thursday, September 21, 2017 7:00 PM Sherman High School AWAY 6 Naaman Forest High School HOME 28 Game Recap By Sam Waller, Herald Democrat GARLAND — The Sherman Bearcats had their chances but Garland Naaman Forest kept them from taking advantage. The Rangers held Sherman to two field goals on four possessions inside the Naaman

Sherman hangs on to down Mount Pleasant

Friday, September 15, 2017 7:30 PM Mount Pleasant High School AWAY 33 Sherman High School HOME 35 Game Recap Sherman hangs on to down Mount Pleasant By Sam Waller, Herald Democrat The Sherman Bearcats had to hold on at the end Friday, but kept their grip well enough for a 35-33 homecoming victory over the

Sherman High School Varsity Football beat Liberty High School 39-14

Thursday, September 7, 2017 7:00 PM Sherman High School AWAY 39 Liberty High School HOME 14 Game Recap Cats have easy time in first win By Sam Waller, Herald Democrat A year ago, the Sherman Bearcats surged from behind in the fourth quarter to nip Frisco Liberty and give coach J.D.Martinez his first victory with

Sherman High School Varsity Football falls to Sulphur Springs High School 42-21

Friday, September 1, 2017 7:00 PM Sulphur Springs High School AWAY 42 Sherman High School HOME 21 Game Recap By Sam Waller, Herald Democrat The Sherman Bearcats struck first Friday night in their season opener against Sulphur Springs. Then the Wildcats struck back. Five times. Sulphur Springs overcame an early deficit to double up Sherman