Coral Shores High's boys swept the first three singles matches and sealed a team victory with a win in No. 1 doubles to edge Key West High School, 4-3, Friday in Tavernier.
"A great match for the boys," Cane head coach Blake Fry said. "It's been a while since we beat Key West in boys tennis."
Will Morton (CS) topped Kyle Campbell (KW) at the No. 1 spot, 8-2. No. 2 Sam Nelson (CS) held off Simon Dayer (KW), 8-4); and No. 3 Cole Houser (CS) stopped Collin Heltzler (KW), 8-2.
"Will, Sam, and Cole make up the best top-three lineup we've had since I can remember," Fry said.
Key West rallied with wins at No. 4, Chun Poon (KW) over Miles Miller (CS), 8-2; and No. 5, Kew Cheng (KW) over Nick Kaufman (CS), 8-3.
Key West won the No. 2 doubles, 8-8.
The Hurricane girls, who haven't lost a regular-season team match in years, kept going with a 6-1 win over the Lady Conchs.
No. 1 Erica Williams (CS) blanked Hannah Brown (KW), 8-0. "Erica is getting stronger, and starting to develop a great mental game," Fry said.
Ellie Leopold (CS) overcame a slow start to beat Laura Hull (KW), 8-3, at No. 2. Key West got its lone win with No. 3 Fernanda Caceras over Rachel Walters (CS), 8-2.
No. 4 Juliana Pena (CS) beat Tatum Flowers (KW), 8-1; and No. 5 Maria Loszada (CW) beat Olivia Malik (KW), 8-1. No. 1 doubles Williams-Pena and No. 2 Leopold-Walters each scored 8-1 decisions.
Coral Shores hosts Marathon High School at 2 p.m. Friday, then travels to Key West on Monday.