Sharks Tame Mammoths

Jacksonville Move To 4-3 With Win Over Maine

The Jacksonville Sharks continued their winning ways on Saturday Night beating the Maine Mammoths 45-25.  Don Ashton was down at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena with Picture This Photography and My9oh4 keeping Jacksonville Florida #LockedIN.

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Sharks Quarterback Adrian McPherson ended the night playing all 60 minutes. He was 11-of-22 for 176 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions. His top receiver was Chris Gilchrist, as he reeled in six catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Wide Receiver Tom Gilson also had a great night, having two receptions for 45 yards and one touchdown. Cody Saul was the third receiver to see the ball tonight, as he had two catches for 33 yards and one touchdown.

Defensive Back Dallas Jackson finished the night leading the Sharks in tackles with eight. He also had one interception and two pass breakups. Defensive Back Brandon Roe wrapped up 4.5 tackles, one fumble recovery returned 39 yards for a touchdown. He also had one interception to help the Sharks come up with a victory.

Mammoths Quarterback Jonathan Bane looked impressive, as he was 23-of-41 for 163 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. Wide Receiver Devin Wilson suffered an injury just before halftime, but that didn’t stop him from leaving the game for too long, as he recorded five receptions for 63 yards and two touchdowns.

Edgar Poe Jr. had a great game with over 10 receptions. He made 11 catches for 61 yards and one touchdown. Keiron Jones Sr. finished the night with four tackles and one fumble recovery.

Players of the Game:

Offensive Player of the Game: Chris Gilchrist – Six receptions for 98 yards and two touchdowns

Defensive Player of the Game – Brandon Roe – 4.5 tackles (one for a loss), one fumble recovered for a 39 yard touchdown, and one interception

Special Teams Player of the Game – Henry Nell – 1-of-2 PAT, 0-of-1 Drop-Kick, 2-of-2 Field Goal (32 yards, 50 yards)

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