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Youth Soccer: Players scoring multiple-goal games with season nearing end

With just one more week of regular-season action, the players are stepping up with multiple-goal games. Bryden Parsons reeled off six goals for the Alicia’s Cheetos. The Sharks Eliel Rondon netted four goals as there were six players that had a hat trick. 14-AND-UNDER BOYS HURRICANE HOLE 3, HASKINS PLUMBING 1 Hurricane Hole’s Reese Smith,[…]

Youth Football: Season comes to close with naming of Homecoming Queen

The Key West Youth Football League ended the season with Homecoming festivities and crowning of the 2018 Homecoming Queen on Saturday at George Mira Field. Caitlyn Hetu was selected as the 2018 Homecoming Queen. She was crowned by 2017 Homecoming Queen Maria Noa before a packed house. She was escorted by Broncos player Cole Jackson.[…]

Millet kept Lady Conch teammates smiling en route to regional berth

Going into her senior season with the Key West High School volleyball team, Omaris Millet was determined to give the Lady Conchs a new demeanor after a season filled with drama in 2017. Millet was the spark plug, cheerleader and jokester who kept the Lady Conchs smiling and on track during the 2018 season, in[…]

Free throw contest today at HOB gym

The Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest for boys and girls ages 8 through 13 will be held Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Horace O’Bryant School gymnasium. The event starts — promptly — at 9 a.m. Age of participants is determined as of April 1, 2019. Registration is available Saturday morning, beginning at 8:30, prior[…]

Donate to REEF on Give Miami Day 2018

For the first time, Reef Environmental Education Foundation will be participating in this year’s Give Miami Day, one of the largest annual giving campaigns in the United States. From midnight Thursday, Nov. 15, to midnight Friday, Nov. 16, donors from around the world will come together to support nonprofits that serve the greater Miami area.[…]

Day 8: Catch snapper, grouper on Tavernier Key reefs

The Florida Keys are the perfect fishing vacation spot  according to this nine-part series from George Zantvoort’s blog at http://fishingbooker.com/blog, which will look each weekend at some of the best fishing spots in the Keys. Thousands of avid anglers who come here each year can confirm it. Many of them trailer their boats all the way from[…]

Men’s Over-37 Softball: Age reduction draws new blood to start winter/spring campaign

After a break to regroup and recruit from the past season, the Men’s Over-39 Softball League reduced the age limit to over 37 and will forever be known as the Men’s Over-37 Softball League — unless they reduce the age again. League president Tony Mendez said they brought in seven new players with the age[…]

Prep Cross Country: Conchs, Dolphins trending up at final meet of season

There are a few scenarios the Key West and Marathon High School boys cross country teams could face on Saturday in the 2018 Florida High School Cross Country State Championships. The Marathon boys team will make its fourth straight trip to the Class 1A State Meet, led by senior Aydan Child and sophomore twins Jonathan[…]

Experience a factor with new fleet of racers

Nothing was won, or officially lost, during a rougher than expected first day of racing at the 38th annual Offshore World Championships as approximately half of the 35 teams that took the water on Wednesday are still relatively new to the course that runs through Key West Harbor. In the end, experience played a key[…]

Annual 5K, Kids Fun Run aids scholarships

The Children’s School will host its annual 5K run/walk/stroll on Sunday, Nov. 11, beginning at 8 a.m. at Higgs Beach/Salute! Proceeds from the race will benefit the school’s scholarship fund, which assists local families with tuition at the island’s original Montessori school, serving children ages 18 months through fourth grade. The scenic, measured 5K course[…]