The Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School baseball team recently followed one of their best games of the young season with their worst.


The Tiger Sharks (5-2) rebounded nicely with three consecutive wins, including a comeback victory Tuesday over Vernon.


Port St. Joe hosts Franklin County Friday before taking the week off.


Port St. Joe 6, Vernon 4


The Tiger Sharks scored a pair of runs in the sixth-inning to break a 4-4 tie and complete a comeback win.


At one point up 4-1, Vernon allowed Port St. Joe two in the third inning and one in the fifth to tie the game before the fateful sixth.


John Austin Gee played a significant role, coming on in relief of starting pitcher Carter Dorsch and tossing one-hit shut out ball over the final 4 2/3 innings, striking out seven.


Gee also had two hits and drove in a run while Miles Butler, Caden Turrell and Jacob Hopper all added a single and RBI.


The Tiger Sharks finished with eight hits and three stolen bases, two by Gee.


Kelvin Griffin doubled and scored, Josh Odom singled and scored twice, Kevin Lacivita singled and scored and Davien Welch scored two runs without an official at-bat.


Port St. Joe 10, Florida High 3


The Tiger Sharks scored seven runs in the fourth inning to break up a close game.


Port St. Joe hammered out nine hits, was issued three walks and had three batters reach on an error.


The Tiger Sharks also stole six bases, with Turrell and Dakota Quinn with two each.


Three pitchers, Lacivita, Davis Varnes and Dorsch, combined to allow three earned runs on seven hits while walking four and striking out seven.


Turrell had a double, drove in two and scored and Griffin had a pair of hits and scored twice.


Quinn doubled, scored twice and drove in a run and Gee and Varnes each had a hit and drove in a run.


Odom singled, scored and drove in a run and Welch, Dorian Flemming and Hopper each scored.


Port St. Joe 10, Wewahitchka 0


Gee tossed a two-hitter over five innings and added an RBI double in a game shortened to five innings on the run-rule.


Griffin also doubled.


The Tiger Sharks had eight hits and seven stolen bases, with Turrell stealing three and Quinn two.


Gee stuck out nine while walking none.


Turrell had two hits, scored three times and drove in two and Miles Butler also had two RBIs.


Odom singled and scored twice, Gage Medina scored twice, Welch had an RBI single and Dorian Flemming had a hit.