Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka dominate Jamboree

Published: Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 10:55 AM.

The Tiger Sharks did what Port St. Joe teams do to be successful – run and run some more.

Port St. Joe threw just one pass – it fell incomplete – during two quarters against the Seahawks but the Tiger Sharks but hardly needed it during 16 minutes during which they averaged more than 13 yards per rush while rushing 14 times for 184 yards.

The most damage was provided by Jak Riley who gobbled up 71 of those yards on a touchdown dash.

Cole Cryderman scored on a 16-yard run and Aaron Paul closed the scoring on a 26 year sprint.

Those runs sandwiched around a 26-yard pass interception for touchdown by Jarkeice Davis, who spent much of spring nursing a leg injury.

“He was cleared to play and he as chomping at the bit so we tried to get him in for some plays here and there,” Gannon said.

The Tiger Sharks were without Natrone Lee, who suffered a high ankle sprain in the final days of practice.

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