KWHS JV Football stepping up

The 2-0 Junior Varsity (JV) high school football team, the Key West High School (KWHS) Conchs, played their third game this season on October 14th in the KWHS Backyard. Up against the Fighting Conchs, the University School, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, brought down their Shark spirit to our territory. Representing the red, white, and grey, Shane Lavallee, a freshman at KWHS, was a star … Continue reading KWHS JV Football stepping up

Kansas City Chiefs Shocking Slow Start

One of the most consensus predictions coming into this season among most National Football League (NFL) fans was Patrick Mahomes leading the Chiefs with no time to waste time, and go back to their winning ways. However, that hasn’t been the case as it’s been a slow start for the Chiefs, marked by many clear issues that have held them back already for this year. … Continue reading Kansas City Chiefs Shocking Slow Start

Texas and Oklahoma set to join the SEC

By: Gus Wilson Two current Big 12 universities, University of Texas at Austin (Texas) and University of Oklahoma (OU), have informed the rest of the Big 12 that they plan on leaving the conference in the year 2025. Both of these college football powerhouses plan on joining the Southeastern Conference (SEC), to compete against other dominant colleges such as the University of Alabama, University of … Continue reading Texas and Oklahoma set to join the SEC

KWHS Football going the Extra Yard

Over the course of eight weeks during the summer, the Key West High School (KWHS) football team prepared for the upcoming 2021 season with an intensive training program led by head coach John Hughes. Now, going into the new season, they are more prepared than ever. Because of COVID-19, the team is very cautious about playing this high contact sport, but to them, the risk … Continue reading KWHS Football going the Extra Yard

NFL Draft Round One Recap

The National Football League (NFL) draft is one of the most beloved events by sports fans all around the world. With hundreds of players’ dreams being fulfilled each year during the 3 days of drafting, fans end up either very happy or extremely disappointed from the selection made by their favorite team.           Round 1 of the draft is the most watched and anticipated day as … Continue reading NFL Draft Round One Recap

COVID-19 Can’t Affect Conch Pride

On October 16th, the Key West Conchs had their first football home game against Dade Christian at the Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium. This was considered one of the biggest high school events in South Florida during COVID-19. The Friday night was just like a regular high school football game, but incorporating the social distancing factor. Even though it was the Conch’s first home game, we … Continue reading COVID-19 Can’t Affect Conch Pride

Big Ten to Play in the CFB 2020 Season

 Big Ten football has officially made the decision that they will return to college football this season. This is after they announced just a few weeks ago they would not be participating in the upcoming season due to Covid-19.     So now unless anything comes up the Big Ten is set to return October 23. They will have each team play 8 games and although the … Continue reading Big Ten to Play in the CFB 2020 Season

The Return of Sports

Throughout this very wild and unforgettable year, many events have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19. Sports have been one of the most greatly affected areas. As we are slowly trying to fight off the virus and understand how to live life with it, sports are also starting to come back.  For starters, one of the first sports that came back was NASCAR and … Continue reading The Return of Sports