Port St. Joe won three district games over the past week to improve to 11-9 overall and 8-4 in district play.


Port St. Joe won three district games over the past week to improve to 11-9 overall and 8-4 in district play.



The Lady Tiger Sharks are likely to be a second or third seed when the District 2-1A playoffs begin in the coming weeks.



Senior Alyssa Parker led the Lady Tiger Sharks to a win over Liberty County on Dec. 15, scoring 12 points while dishing out five assists and pulling down seven rebounds in a 32-20 victory.



Port St. Joe jumped out early to a 11-4 lead at the half and stretched the lead to 23-9 after three periods.



Teiyahna Hutchinson added 10 points, Maya Robbins six, and Shannon Pridgeon and Hallie Jasinski each chipped in two. 



Port St. Joe hosted Blountstown at the Washington Recreation Center gym on Dec. 18 and romped to a 22-point win.



The Lady Tiger Sharks never trailed and jump out to 16-4 lead in the opening quarter and continued into halftime with a 34-10 lead. The final was 45-23. The win avenged a loss to Blountstown earlier in the season.



Port St. Joe was led by two seventh-graders Brooklyn Quinn with 17 points and Hutchinson with 15. Parker added four, Callie Fleshren four and Maya Robbins had three points.



The following night, Port St. Joe greeted the Lady Seahawks of Franklin County. 



FranklinCountyled 12-11 after one quarter, but the Lady Tiger Sharks pulled out to a 21-13 halftime lead. After Franklin County closed to 24-21 in the third quarter, the Lady Tiger Sharks got hot and pulled away for a 38-26 win.



The Lady Tiger Sharks was led Hutchison with 13 points, nine in the fourth quarter alone. Quinn added nine, Robbins six, Fleshren four, Claudia Gref had a 3-pointer and Parker and Maliayah McNair each had three points and Davida Tshudi.



The Lady Tiger Sharks traveled to Wakulla on Tuesday, host East Gadsden at 5 p.m. tonight, host Mosley at 5 p.m. on Friday and finish the regular season at Bay High on Saturday, with tipoff at 6 p.m. ET.