Hockey: South Feature Athlete – Keystone Oaks’ Jonathan Mead

Written by Ryan Riordan on .

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.


Boys Basketball: Keystone Oaks continues to struggle

Written by Brad Everett on .

One South team falling on hard times this season is Keystone Oaks.

The Golden Eagles have fallen hard, too. A playoff qualifier a season ago, the Golden Eagles are 1-11 overall and 0-5 in Class AAA Section 5.

First-year coach Dan Elzer inherited an extremely young squad that includes only two seniors and three juniors. Senior guard Kobe Phillippi and sophomore guard Mike Orosz are two of the team's top scorers.

The Golden Eagles have struggled mightily both offensively and defensively, scoring 41.8 points per game and giving up 66.4 a game. Both marks rank last in Class AAA. Its only win came against Fort Cherry in the season opener.


Photo Journal: Girls Basketball - Keystone Oaks vs. Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic (Dec. 29)

Written by Cara DeCarlo on .

Enjoy some photos of the 2014-15 Keystone Oaks girls' basketball team. These photos were taken alongside video clips; you can view the video clips by clicking here.) All photos and video clips in this post were taken on December 29, 2014 as the Eagles lost to Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic 61-31 at Keystone Oaks' tournament.