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Sophomores Catarineau and Bolivar filled an important leadership role for Lady ‘Canes

With a large portion of the Coral Shores High girls soccer team graduating last season, the Lady ’Canes needed to find leadership somewhere entering this season and it came from sophomores Kayla Catarineau and Isabella Bolivar, who combined to score 27 goals and pass out 15 assists, en route to being named The Citizen’s All-Monroe[…]

Second race of 2018 series set for Sunday afternoon

It’s time to clean the bottom and pile on the sails, the second race of the 33rd annual Schooner Wharf Bar Wrecker’s Cup Race Series is set for Sunday at 1 p.m. This all-in-fun race series recalls the tradition of the wreckers in the Key West of the 1800s, who would race to vessels laden[…]

Players dust off the gear for opening week of league

After the opening ceremony and jamboree for the Key West Little Conch Baseball League, the 29 teams in six age groups got down to business as nearly 400 players took to the fields at the Clayton Sterling Baseball Complex for games each day except for Sundays. The players start young with T-ball and go all[…]

Four Conchs garner all-state team honors

After returning to the FHSAA postseason for the first time in 14 years, the Key West High football team had four players garnered FloridaHSFootball.com All-State honors. Alvin Howard — who finished the season with 567 rushing yards, 764 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and 1,331 total offensive yards as well as 16 tackles, 3 interceptions, 6[…]

Fish, wildlife sightings can now be reported with FWC’s new app

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission invites Florida residents and visitors to take an active role in conservation by reporting fish and wildlife observations with the new FWC Reporter app. From fish kills to exotic species, to trapped or injured wildlife, FWC Reporter connects citizens to FWC experts directly from their Apple or Android[…]

Dolphins’ late rally not enough to extend season

After early exits the last two seasons, the Marathon High boys basketball team shocked the state by winning the District 8-4A crown, but a deep state tournament run was not to be as an athletic Florida Christian team proved to be too much for the Dolphins to handle as the Patriots held off a fourth-quarter[…]

Conchs’ late rally comes up short; ends season

Down by 20 points, the Key West High boys basketball team battled back against rival Gulliver Prep to take a 3-point lead with two minutes to play in the Region 4-5A quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon on the Radiers’ home court. The Conchs would be unable to maintain their lead as the Raiders answered by outscoring[…]

PREP BOYS LACROSSE: KEY WEST 19, FLORIDA CHRISTIAN 1 Conchs begins campaign for district three-peat

It was not the game the Key West High School boys’ lacrosse team needed to open the season, but it was a way to get all the players on the field in its 19-1 win over District 32-1A opponent Florida Christian. The Conchs return many of the players from their 2017 district championship team and[…]

PREP BASEBALL: POMPANO BEACH AT KEY WEST, 7:30 p.m. Early Indications Conchs to be tested by top pitching

  Many of the nationally ranked high school baseball teams come from the state of Florida and the Key West High team will get to see one of those squads this weekend when the defending 5A state runner-up Pompano Beach comes to Rex Weech Field for a two-game set on Friday and Saturday nights at[…]

MEN’S OVER-39 SOFTBALL Roncos rallies for late victory; Presley’s 3 HRs cannot save Jaibas

Roncos rally for late victory; Presley 3 HR still not enough