After a couple of near misses, Keystone Oaks finally got new coach Greg Perry his first win.
Kobe Phillippi threw for 188 yards and a touchdown, and added a rushing touchdown to lead Keystone Oaks (1-4) to a 35-20 win against South Allegheny (1-4) last Friday.
Perry, who went 73-24 in nine seasons at neighboring Seton-LaSalle, hopes to see his team rebound from an unfortunate start. Keystone Oaks surrendered a touchdown in the final seconds of a 25-19 loss to Quaker Valley in the season opener. Two weeks later, the Golden Eagles let a 14-0 lead slip away in a 26-21 loss to East Allegheny. A week after that, the Golden Eagles trailed South Park by two points in the fourth quarter, but went on to lose, 35-19.
Phillippi (1,013 yards) is one of only handful of WPIAL quarterbacks to have passed for more than 1,000 yards.