FRISCO — While FC Dallas was in action at home this weekend, three of its younger players were in action around USL play.
Homegrown Brandon Servania was loaned out to Tulsa Roughnecks FC on Saturday and made his professional debut the very same night. The nineteen-year-old played all 90 minutes, completed 26 passes, had a shot off target and creating a goal-scoring opportunity late in the game in a 1-1 draw vs. San Antonio FC.
After playing two games last week, forward Jesus Ferreira did not see action for Tulsa in the draw, but was on the 18-man roster.
Jordan Cano suited up for OKC Energy FC and played the full match in his first start since March 28. He went 1-for-3 on duels and helped shutout Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC in a 1-0 win, OKC's first win since opening day.
OKC and Tulsa will square off on Saturday in a potential meeting of FC Dallas loanees.
North of the border, Adonijah Reid played 88 minutes in a 0-0 draw for Ottawa Fury FC this weekend. In seven games, Reid is leading the team in chances created with eight. Ottawa will host Bethlehem Steel FC on Friday.