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Catarineau signs to join sister on Pride

With several “attractive” offers to pick from, according to Coral Shores senior Kyla Catarineau, making the decision to join the Greensboro College women’s soccer team next season came down to her familiarity with and respect for the Pride program. After all, she does have the inside scoop on the program[…]

Late regroup has Conchs miss step to No. 1 Eagles

Two practices were not enough to get the Key West High School boys soccer team prepared for its big test on Wednesday in the Region 4-4A quarterfinals against top-seed North Broward Prep. When the Conchs lost in the District 16-3A semifinal the last day in January, coach Marc Pierre called[…]

Jolly’s having a jolly time with perfect season so far

Just two weeks into the season Jolly’s Liquor Store moved atop the Key West Men’s Softball League standings with a perfect 4-0 record while the other top teams, 5 Brothers and Outlaws, fell into a tie at second a with a pair of 3-1 marks. Holding in there at 1-4[…]

Conchs need to claim district crown to advance

In previous seasons, the Key West High boys basketball team would be a favorite to get a berth in the FHSAA State Tournament as the No. 2 seed in District 16-4A tournament— taking on No. 3 Keys Gate tonight at 6 p.m. in the semifinals hosted by Gulliver Prep in[…]

Twistars earns rings for National Championship

Key West Sports Academy’s Twistars all-star cheerleading and dance teams had a great first showing of their ninth season, winning two National Champion titles in Orlando at All Out Nationals. The Twistars Dazzlers all-star competition jazz dance team wowed the audience and judges with a fun and energetic routine to[…]

ONE FOR THE BOOKS: Lady Canes nearly pull off big-time upset over Ransom

Though the season ended on Tuesday night for the Coral Shores High School girls soccer team, with a 3-0 penalty-kick shootout loss to Ransom Everglades at the Class 3A Region 4 quarterfinals, Lady ’Canes coach Pat Fazio said it was a game for the ages. The Lady Hurricanes held the[…]

League show signs of improvement with first no-hitter in record books

The Key West Girls Softball Recreational League said goodbye to outgoing president Shawn Hamlin at the opening ceremony on Thursday at Rosa E. Hernandez Softball Field, then got to the best part of the season — playing ball. This year, the league is host to five C Division squads with[…]

Lady ‘Canes benefit from new postseason system

Being the first season of the new FHSAA postseason format, after suffering a loss in the district semifinals last week, Coral Shores High girls basketball coach Pat Meyers admitted “We didn’t know what to do, because we thought it might be done.” After all, in years past, a loss in[…]

Solid opening to season for SMV U-14 team

The season started with a bang for the Southernmost Volleyball Club’s Under-14 Black squad as they cruise through pool play unbeaten for a berth in the Gold Division during Volleyfest of the Palm Beaches on Jan. 18-19. To reach the Gold Division playoffs, the SMV U14s, coached by Iveta Pavlik[…]

League cannot control weather, but has big influence on scoring

After a week away from the Southernmost Rink due to a flooded floor, the Southernmost Hockey Club got back into full action on Saturday morning with five games on tap. Action begins each Saturday morning at 9 a.m. and ends the day of action with the youngsters, the 6-and-Under stealing[…]