The second annual Shark Football Scramble brought a solid field to St. Joseph Golf Club last weekend for some hacking fun.

The fun was evidenced by the winning teams.

Two teams, Team Barbra Pickles and the Dills (Josh Daily, Travis Burge and Bill Dodson) and Team Jim Norton and The Spinners (Brad Wood, Linda Rineer and Lisa Sowell) finished in a tie for first place.

The teams donated their winnings, a combined $600, back to the Tiger Shark football team.

That boosted the proceeds which will be used to send the Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School football team to Fellowship of Christian Athletes camp this summer.

In addition to the winning teams, there were also individual winners.

Travis Burge won a $50 gift card to Provisions with the longest drive on No. 6; Becky Lacour won a $50 gift card from Salon Lux for the longest drive by a woman on NO. 14; Bill Dodson won a $25 gift card from Sunset Coastal Grill for being closest to the pin on No. 4; and William Sweetland won a $25 gift card from the golf club for the longest putt on No. 12.

Raffle items were donated by Ramsey’s Print Shop, Cooper’s Cut-N-Style, Peppers, Sheer Perfection, Joseph’s Cottage, Sunset Coastal Grill, The Port, Salt Air, Uptown Raw Bar, Sand Dollar Café, Caroline’s, Cut N Up, Nail by Lux, Anchored South, Brick Wall, Polished Nail Boutique and Ronnie B’s.

Sponsors of the scramble were: Triple Tails, Sunset Coastal Grill, Guerry Magidson, Indian Pass Uptown Raw Bar, Sand Dollar Café, The Brick Wall, Kesley Colbert, Scott’s Quality Electric, My Key Photography, Scott and Sissy Godwin, Boutique By The Bay, 98 Real Estate Group;

Ramsey’s, Polished To Perfection, Sheer Perfection, Port Inn, The Port, Hannon Insurance, Scott Hoffman (x2), Cooper’s Cut-N-Style, Joseph’s Cottage, Capital City Bank, Salt Air, Aaron Little, Salon Lux, Hungry Howie’s, Provisions, B.I.C. Management Holding, Peppers, Kenneth and Martha Weimorts, Port St. Joe Lions Club and Sand Dollar Café.

A special thanks to the golf club, volunteers, players and cheerleaders as well as hole sponors and participants.