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39th edition of event canceled due to coronavirus pandemic

A third straight high schooler breaking the tape at the end of the 7-Mile Bridge Run will have to wait for another year as the 39th edition of the race, which was to be held on Saturday, March 28, will now become just the second to be canceled in the[…]

Roach trying to keep players focused on offseason workouts

Under normal circumstances, high school basketball players would be focused on bettering their individual games as they enter the offseason, which is exactly what Key West High coach Demetrius Roach is attempting to do as he and his coaching staff hope to keep things as typical as possible during these[…]

Local players get to experience upper level teams before break

On the first Saturday in March, there was plenty action for the youth of the Key West Youth Lacrosse League. The Islamorada Panthers U13/15 team made a trip to the Island City for a pair of matches against the Key West Youth Lacrosse League boys U10/12 Raiders and Crusaders and[…]

Second-ranked Lady ‘Fins remaining upbeat about potential return of season

The last time the Marathon High softball team congregated, the Lady ’Fins were finishing off a 15-0 victory against Colonial Christian. “In our postgame talk we told them, the good news is, you just beat the No. 1 team in the state, the bad news is we don’t know what’s[…]

League concludes first half as season hangs in balance

Before the first half ended, the Key West Girls Softball Recreational League played games on Wednesday and Thursday, while the youngest players in the C Division got their day in the sun. In the A Division, Arnold’s Towing held the top spot with a 9-2 mark, Niles Sales & Service[…]

Camille’s connection with coach helped build Conchs program

Though out sports history there have always been certain players and coaches who just mesh well together — from Starr and Lombardi, to Brady and Belichick, or Jackson and Jordan to Duncan and Popovich — now add Key West High boys soccer coach Mark Pierre and senior Guylberson Camille to[…]

Jolly’s takes second loss, still holds top position

Things got a little tighter at the top of the Key West Men’s Softball League last week as 5 Brothers knocked off league leaders Jolly’s Liquor to move a game and a half out of first place. With its second loss, Jolly’s dropped to an 11-2 record while 5 Brothers improved[…]

Teams heat up the diamond before league play halted

In their final week of Men’s Over-37 Softball League action before all local activities came to a screeching halt, the Tommy Tiles FKWT Roncos and Rich’s Snappers did not get to seven innings as time ran out in the 72-hit slugfest. The Roncos raced to a 21-12 advantage but the[…]

Conchs hope they have opportunity to finish season

On the original schedule, the Key West High baseball team was to be playing its third game of the Spring Break tournament, which would have been part of six games played by the Conchs in an eight-day span. They played just one of those before, like the rest of the[…]

Semiannual race goes on as planned just before shut down of local sports

With all the closings and sporting event cancellations this week, The College of the Florida Keys semiannual triathlon/biathlon proceeded as planned on Saturday morning. College aquatics director Lori Bosco said the athletes trained for this event and were really stoked the race was not cancelled. “We were thinking of safety[…]