Today's Sports

  • Cedar Key Sharks dominate at...

    Last Wednesday the Cedar Key Sharks Track and Field team traveled to Oak Hall School to participate in the FHSAA Track and Field District Finals. The results are as follows:

    Varsity Girls:

    1st Place, Shot-put: Ashlyn Allen

    1st Place, Adaptive Shot-put: Annie McCain

    1st Place, Adaptive Wheel Chair 200 Dash: Annie McCain

    1st Place, Adaptive Wheel Chair 800 Dash: Annie McCain

    2nd Place, Pole Vault: Amanda Robinson

    3rd Place, 100 High Hurdles: Sarah Bartholemy

    3rd Place, Pole Vault: Jadyn Beckham

  • Good fishing weather on the...

     Hey everyone. I hope everyone is enjoying this little shot of nice weather and, man, let’s hope it lasts a little while. We need some kind of good trend with no wind, no rain, and maybe, just maybe, our water will get cleared up some.

  • Shark News

    Sharks fall to the Crusaders

    By Robert Kint
    Shark Correspondent
    The varsity boy Sharks played the Ocala Christian Crusaders in a head-to-head battle on Tuesday, March 11. Unfortunately, the varsity baseball Sharks didn’t bring home the win and ended the game with a final score of 13-3. The boys were pumped while playing, having the varsity girls there to cheer them on.

  • Bronson defeats Lady Sharks 52-27

    The Cedar Key Lady Sharks plays in Bronson on Monday evening. 

    They play at Branford on Friday, Dec. 6, and at Hilliard on Saturday, Dec. 7. 

  • Riding the sea

    Kayaking around Cedar Key is a great way to experience nature. 

  • Testing the limits

    A Cedar Key girl is one of few in the state who participates in adapted track and field for persons with specific physical limitations.

    Eleven-year-old Annie McCain was born prematurely and has a mild case of cerebral palsy, her mother, Jenny said, adding that it effects her balance. She also said Annie is a very bright girl and is in the gifted program at her school.

  • If your resolution is to catch a...

     Happy, happy, happy New Year’s resolution week. We all have something that we would like to be better in life. And if you don’t think you do – well, that might be your answer: admitting there’s an issue cause I promise there’s something. I hope we all prosper in our goals and make 2015 a year to brag about.

  • Playin' hide-and-seek on...

     Hey, everyone, sorry I missed some weeks–been a little busy with kids' ball games and praying for the wind to not blow the water out.

    ¥ou get it, situational things of that sort. Oh also it's hard to type with your fingers crossed that the gators will win. Ha ha yeah white knuckles and all, it didn’t help. 

    As far as the fishing goes, it’s been pretty consistent with a hot spot here and there when the weather settles–the usual for this time of year. 

  • Species of the Week
  • Mighty Youth Conservation Corps...

    Summer work begins early in the morning for the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) students at the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. Before the sun makes it over the long leaf pines in the forest, the ice is already in the cooler. Equipment for the day’s work is loaded into the truck along with other essentials, but nothing that would attract bats.