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Second offshore race coming to Key West

The wait for powerboat racing to return to the Keys will be far less in 2018 as the newly formed Race World Offshore revealed its inaugural season will include a May 24-26 stop in Key West. “It’s just been getting stronger and stronger every day and I’m just real excited about it,” said RWO president[…]

New era for Conchs begins at McCarthy

The new era of Key West High boys basketball under coach James Osborne began with a pair of losses on Monday and Tuesday during the preseason tournament at Archbishop McCarthy. But the Conchs’ first-year head man said he saw improvements throughout the two-day event. “I felt like we built off everything we did, because after[…]

Local triathletes qualify for race in Denmark

A group of hard-core local athletes challenged the elements earlier this month in Miami at the USA Triathlon Long Course National Championships, and in the process, earned an invitation to compete with Team USA at the International Triathlon Union Long Course World Championship Race, scheduled for July 6-14, in Odense, Denmark. Battling 20 knot winds[…]

Lady Conchs retooling under new coach

Despite a slow start on the season, the Key West High School girls’ soccer team, under the guidance of new coach Tom Bellingham, has a positive outlook for the 2017-18 campaign. On Monday night, the Lady Conchs lost, 3-0, to Florida Christian in Miami. Bellingham said his team’s play was night – day better than[…]

Season cruises into holiday with plenty of games on tap

The Key West Soccer League girls Under 14 and U12 divisions took to the pitch last week in regular season matches at the Poinciana Field. Normally the league is winding down for the season but to make up lost games, action will continue until the next holiday season in late December. U14 GIRLS FRENCHIE’S CAFÉ[…]

Lady ‘Canes continuing to restructure

Still spending this season building toward a return to district play next year, the Coral Shores High girls basketball team started four freshmen and a sophomore in the regular-season opener. But, the Hurricanes  were able to hang with soon-to-be district rival St. Brendan before falling, 55-45, on Monday night at the Upper Keys campus. “We[…]

Homers not homers until nets are in place

Except for the nets to protect cars and kids, the Men’s Over-39 Softball League is back to normal with a pair of games contested on Friday night at DeWitt Roberts Field. Until the city can repair the nets, a ball hit fair out of the park is an automatic out. A foul ball drilled onto[…]

Palencia powers Hurricanes to victory

After struggling through a rebuilding season last year, the Coral Shores High boys soccer team has seemed to take the next step in improvement as they opened the regular season with a 7-2 victory against Pinecrest Academy on Friday afternoon at home, which followed a strong showing in the preseason. “There’s a big difference from[…]

Envelope Please : Broncos’ Noa chosen as 2017 homecoming queen

Saturday was a special day for the Key West Youth Football League. The league crowned a new Homecoming Queen from among four candidates during the festivities at the George Mira Football Field. Maria Noa was selected as the 2017 Homecoming Queen. Noa, who was representing the Broncos, was escorted by Oscar Aleman-Segura. Natalie Sanchez, 2016[…]

Southernmost Bocce

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