Kameron Roberts, Junior
Key West Basketball

“Kameron led us in our comeback victory Tuesday night when it mattered most. He is a player that we as coaches know when the lights are shining bright, we can count on him to be locked in and ready to play.” – Dexter Butler, Conchs head coach.

Three-year letterman Kameron Roberts stepped up last week when the Conchs’ basketball team needed it the most. Roberts kept himself dialed in and helped lead Key West to a win despite being down by double digits in their opening game against Hernando High School. The junior’s leadership, on-court skills and composure helped earn him 21 points in Key West’s first victory of the season. He registered four offensive rebounds and was credited with two assists offensively. Roberts also racked up defensive stats, including six defensive rebounds, a pair of steals and three blocks. For his focus and strong play in Key West’s come-from-behind victory, Kameron Roberts is the Keys Weekly Athlete of the Week.

Photos by ELLA HALL/Keys Weekly

Tracy McDonald fled to the Keys from the frozen mountains of Pennsylvania hours after graduating from college and never looked back. She is a second generation coach and educator, and has taught in the public school system for over 25 years. She and her husband met at a beginning teacher meeting in 1997 and have three children born and raised in Monroe County. In her free time, McDonald loves flea markets, historical fiction and long runs in the heat.