Summer camp promotes team building for Tiger Sharks

Football Camp
Special to The Star
Published: Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 12:17 PM.

There is no I in team but there is plenty of heat.

The Port St. Joe Tiger Shark football team experienced the warmth last week during a three-day camp in Marianna held during a blistering week; one of the hottest in Marianna for the time of year.

The Tiger Sharks carried 35 varsity and junior varsity players to Marianna to attend a Fellowship of Christian Athletes camp that promoted team concepts on the field and lessons of faith off.

Port St. Joe was one of 10 teams that participated, all Class 1A schools save for Wakulla. There was regional representation, from Bozeman and Blountstown to Mayo Lafayette.

The meat of the camp was the opportunity to scrimmage, in pads, helmets and shorts, against every other team.

Port St. Joe scrimmaged nine teams, skipping only larger-school Wakulla.

Teams scrimmaged 30 minutes, in eight-, seven-, six-play sequences, rotating offense and defense.

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