Hockey: Golden Eagles finish with win

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It’s been a tough season for Keystone Oaks, but the Golden Eagles finished on a positive note.

Andrius Petrauska, Ryan Collins and Eugene Barilla each scored twice to lead Keystone Oaks to an 8-5 win over Wheeling Park Tuesday night in the regular-season finale.

The Golden Eagles finished the season 5-16-1, winning four of their final seven games. Two of the three losses down the stretch were by a goal.

Matthew Brestensky tied Barilla for the team lead in goals with 13 and led Keystone Oaks with 28 points


Alumni Update: Rocco Contristano (Pitt-Greensburg)

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ERIE, Pa - In its final regular season contest, Pitt-Greensburg fell on the road at Penn State Behrend Saturday afternoon, 91-64.Contristano PGU

UPG finishes the regular season 13-12 overall and 13-5 in the AMCC, earning the #3 seed heading into the conference tournament.  

Pitt-Greensburg was led by two of their regulars, Jarrett Shannon and Rocco Contristano, who each scored 15 points on the day.

With his 15 points on Saturday, Contristano, a Keystone Oaks graduate, now sits at 972 points for his career, just 28 shy of becoming the 9th 1,000 point scorer in Pitt-Greensburg men's basketball history.  

Rocco's teammate, Brian Heinle, just recently became the 8thmember of the exclusive 1,000 point club. 


(photo courtesy of Pitt-Greensburg University)


Hockey: South Feature Athlete – Keystone Oaks’ Jonathan Mead

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Name: Matthew Brestensky
School: Keystone Oaks
Grade: 12
Sport: Hockey

Background: Mead, the Golden Eagles’ lone PIHL all-star, had his first shutout Tuesday night in Keystone Oaks’ 3-0 victory against Erie McDowell. It was the second straight win for Mead, who leads all PIHL Class A goaltenders 529 saves, 42 more than the next closest goaltender. He’s also fifth in the class among goaltenders who have played in at least half of their teams’ games with a .891 save percentage.