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PREP FOOTBALL: CORAL SHORES 27, SOMERSET (SP) 6 ‘Canes finally open season in convincing fashion

Finally able to take the field for game action, the Coral Shores High football team did not show any signs of rust, despite the two-week delay, as the Hurricanes rattled off 20 first half points before holding onto a 27-6 victory against Somerset Silver Palms on Friday night at George M. Barley Jr. Field in[…]

Hurricanes’ first half too much for ‘Fins to overcome

Everglades Prep Academy quarterback Demetrius Burns scorched the Marathon High School football team for six touchdown passes and he caught a 6-yard TD pass to help the Hurricanes defense stop the high-powered Dolphins offense for a 56-37 win on Friday night at the Middle Keys campus. The Hurricanes scored two touchdowns on five plays over[…]

Hurricanes brush off Keys with win over Lady Conchs

It was a Keys sweep for the Bishop McLaughlin volleyball team this week. On Wednesday, the Hurricanes blew into Marathon and took a 3-0 victory. The results were much the same on Friday in Key West. Bishop McLaughlin roared to a 2-0 lead before the Conchs could get into game No. 3, but the results[…]

‘Canes finally open season in convincing fashion

Two negated touchdowns at the start of the regular season home opener for the Key West High football team put the Conchs in an early deficit for the third straight game to begin the season. But it did little to slow down the home squad that would go on a 48-point unanswered run in the[…]

Mejia anchoring high-power Dolphins offensive and defensive lines

So far this season everything has gone as scripted for the Marathon High football team. The Dolphins offense has shown it has the ability to set records this season accumulating 737 yards, while the defense has allowed 168 yards in two games and Fins coach Paul Davis said does not see any reason that those[…]

Annual Conchs Cross Country Challenge this Saturday

Though it is hot, it is still high school cross country season. On Saturday morning, the Key West High School boys and girls teams begin the 2017 season in the Conchs Cross Country Classic. Each year the Conchs challenge members of the Key West Southernmost Runners Club to compete on the very tough Robert E.[…]

Bucs hosting fundraisers ahead of inaugural game

The Athletic Department of the Horace O’Bryant School in Key West will host two major fundraisers over the next two weekends in anticipation of its historic season opening football game on Saturday, Sept.16. This  Saturday the Buccaneers and the new Cheer Team will be in front of the school at 1105 Leon St. washing cars[…]

Marathon takes twinbill

The Marathon High School volleyball team improved its season record to 4-1 with a relatively easy doubleheader victory on Tuesday afternoon over district opponent Somerset Academy South Homestead. Marathon coach Kevin Freeman said both matches were scheduled at the same time, same location to reduce costs. “We played six games. We started at 3:30 and[…]

Conchs blank Knights for district victory

The Key West High School volleyball team notched a 3-0 (25-9, 25-18, 25-10) District 16-5A victory on Tuesday night over Keys Gate at the Homestead campus. Key West coach Kim Butler said she knew it was going to be an easy match against the Knights, but was cautious going into the event. “I figured we’d[…]

Canes’ blank Pinecrest in 3

District 16-5A opponent Pinecrest Preparatory Academy was no match for the Coral Shores volleyball team on Thursday night at the Upper Keys campus. The Lady Hurricanes blasted past the Crocs, 3-0 (25-12, 25-23, 25-13). “We blocked their best hitter. It was great,” said Coral Shores Coach Kathy Ets-Hokin. “My girls played so well together. They[…]