Florida Keys Sports

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, December 7, 2016

For a second straight night, the Marathon High School boys’ soccer team stumbled in a District 16-1A match. On Monday night, they fell to Riviera Prep on the road because of defensive woes....

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The Big Coppitt Gun Club Snappers slugged 44 base hits led by Scott McCollum, Chino Vergas and Eddie Griffiths with six hits each in a 35-19 win over league champs Tommy Tiles FKWT Roncos on Friday...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Led by senior Chandler Elliott’s five goals, the Marathon High girls’ soccer team sailed past District 16-1A opponent Riviera Prep, in a 9-1 mercy-rule match on Monday afternoon in...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

A slow start was not enough to keep the Marathon High boys basketball team from remaining perfect to begin the season with the Dolphins pulling away late to a 77-71 victory on Friday night at Riviera...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

 Playing without their all-time leading scorer, the Key West High girls’ soccer team lost 5-0 on Monday afternoon to Westminster Christian in a District 16-2A match in Miami. Coach Scott...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The luck was not with the Marathon High boys’ soccer team on Monday night against Riviera Prep in a District 16-1A match on the Bulldogs new turf field. Marathon held their own over the first...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

BJ Ferdinand was named Key West High School Athlete of the Week this week by athletic director Neda Jackson. The KWHS Athlete of the Week is chosen by Jackson for athletic achievement,...

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Thirteen first-half goals by the Coral Shores High girls soccer team ended their District 16-2A match with Pinecrest Preparatory Academy Charter in a 13-0 shutout win, the Hurricanes...

Key West Citizen - Monday, December 5, 2016

In order to get over the proverbial hump, the Island Christian girls basketball team needed to find a way to get past District 16-2A rival Princeton Christian, who the Eagles were able to sweep last year. This season, Island Christian picked back up where they left off with a fourth straight victory against Princeton, 32-26, on Friday night in Miami.

Key West Citizen - Monday, December 5, 2016

After a big win on Friday night against Somerset Silver Palms, the Marathon High School boys’ basketball team kept the streak going on Saturday with a 72-64 victory over Palmer Trinity in another District 16-1A contest.