One of the best seasons in Key West High softball history ended in disappointment Tuesday when the Conchs lost to Gulliver Prep, 9-0, in the regional semifinals of the state playoffs. “We picked the wrong time to have our worse game of the year,” said Jason Garcia, who completed his first season as head coach with an 18-5 record. The five losses were the fewest in program history and it was only the third time that the Conchs reached the semifinals. “That makes me feel really good,” Garcia said.
Key West High baseball coach Ralph Henriquez was still seething Thursday afternoon over his team’s effort in a season-ending 9-0 loss to iMater Charter in a state-playoff regional playoff game Tuesday night at Rex Weech Field. “I was embarrassed by our performance in front of a tremendous crowd,” Henriquez said. “There was a sense of giving up.” It was the second time this season the Conchs lost to iMater, which advanced to the semifinals with only a 6-12 record.
The Conchs definitely were due. After losing seven consecutive games to Gulliver Prep dating to 2014 and including two this season, the Key West High baseball team defeated the Raiders, 4-3, in eight innings to win the three-team District 16-5A tournament Friday night. The victory, before a big crowd at Rex Weech Field, was played in an atmosphere reminiscent of Conch baseball glory days. “It was a lot of fun, it was great,” said coach Ralph Henriquez.
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