Tiger Sharks raise record to 4-2

Published: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 11:06 AM.

“We played good,” Kurnitsky said. “We came out slow but really did well and played a good second half.”

T. J. Williams had a game-high 28 points to lead Port St. Joe. Jacorian Calloway added 12 points, Ramello Zaccarro and Natron Lee had eight points apiece and Chad Quinn had four.

Two nights later, the Tiger Sharks played a game with similar DNA, a slow start followed by a second half push and a win sealed as Port St. Joe hit 14 of 17 free throws over the final two quarters.

“We showed a lot of character in the second half,” Kurnitsky said. “We had an eight point lead they shaved to two points and we just hit our free throws.”

Calloway had 34 points to lead all scorers. Williams and Lee added 11 apiece and Zaccarro had 10. Marcel Johnson scored six, Marquez Johnson one and Luke Galloway one.

Saturday night the Tiger Sharks fell 55-46 at Blountstown.

“As good as we played Friday night, we showed our age on Saturday,” Kurnitsky said.

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