PSJ soccer teams sweep Godby to reach .500

Published: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 09:42 AM.

A Port St. Joe penalty kick in the first half was missed.

"We played very uninspired tonight and we will have to do a much better job on that aspect if we are to have a successful season," said Port St. Joe coach Gary Hindley.

Starting eighth-grade keeper Celeste Chiles played all 80 minutes in goal, giving up all 3 North Bay Haven goals while facing 15 shots and making five saves.

The Port St. Joe boys were outshot 12-8 by North Bay Haven and fell into a 2-0 hole before Marcel Duarte, a junior forward, tallied his second goal of the year unassisted.

Duarte now has 61 career high school goals, 11 back of school record-holder JMason Ray’s 72.

Junior keeper Tyler Alford played all 80 minutes in goal recording seven saves.

Hindley said the Tiger Sharks had opportunities to tie the game, missing two penalty kicks.

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