Tiger Sharks finding the zone on defense

Published: Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 09:45 AM.

Port St. Joe held Blountstown to single digits in each of the first three periods while building a 42-23 lead before the Tigers made some inroads in the final period.

Again, balance defined the offense as Calloway had 19, Lee 12, Marcel Johnson 10, Zaccaro six, Quinn three and Galloway three.

The game was played in front of a packed raucous crowd at the historic Washington Recreational Center gym.

“It was awesome,” Kurnitsky said. “People were standing everywhere, we had to put chairs on the stage. It was just a fun night, a great day.”

Franklin County, which beat Port St. Joe before Christmas, was blown out by a first quarter in which the Seahawks managed just six points and more crucially a third quarter during which they scored just five points.

Calloway led Port St. Joe with 24 points and Quinn (12), Marcel Johnson (11) and Lee (10) were also in double figures. Zaccaro had six, Riley four, Marquez Johnson and Luke Galloway two apiece.

The Tiger Sharks are at Bozeman on Friday and Bay High on Saturday.

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