04/13/2019 10:27 PM -
JACKSONVILLE – It was a hard fought, heavily rocked home opener for the Jacksonville Sharks who opened their 10th year as a franchise with a crowd drawing KISS night which featured a lights out halftime performance by KISS America in tribute of one of America’s greatest rock bands KISS. The show tonight started off great for Jacksonville as they kicked off with an electrifying first drive which debut quarterback Jonathan Bane and wide receiver Jarmon Fortson as both Sharks connected on a 12 yard touchdown pass to open the night. The first half remained a close battle as teams entered the locker room 30-21 game in favor of New York. In the second half the first-year team sparked a scoring streak against Jacksonville and the Sharks ran out of time to close the gap with a 41-52 loss to New York, who celebrates their first win in team history, as they entered the NAL last year and have begun their inaugural season.