Saturday, May 4, 2013
Ryan Carroll, Dale Klobichur and Cory Sevacko have signed letters of intent with Pennsylvania colleges.
Three former Keystone Oaks High School football players have signed letters of intent with Pennsylvania colleges. Ryan Carroll will attend Mercyhurst University (Erie, Pa.), Dale Klobichur will attend Grove City (Pa.) College, and Cory Sevacko will attend Clarion (Pa.) University. Last season, Carroll was named second team all-Century Conference as a defensive lineman and Klobichur was selected as a first team all-conference at running back. Sevacko was chosen as a first team all-conference receiver and as a second team all-conference defensive back. Keystone Oaks football coach Matt Taylor is pleased for his players and believes that their new schools will be happy with their new players. "All three of those young men are good football …
Friday, February 8, 2013
Two Keystone Oaks athletes have committed to colleges.
Two Keystone Oaks High School athletes have signed letters of intent, committing them to playing their chosen sport for choice colleges. Senior Ryan Carroll signed a letter of intent Feb. 6 to play football at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. Cory Sevacko, also a senior, signed a letter of intent Feb. 6 to play football at Clarion University in Clarion, Pa. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.
Friday, January 11, 2013
The Keystone Oaks varsity basketball player scored his 1000th career point Wednesday.
The Keystone Oaks varsity basketball team lost Wednesday's game against Chartiers Valley, but one of KO's players walked away from the game with a big achievement. Cory Sevacko scored his 1000th career point at the 6:09 mark in the first quarter, and scored 18 total points during the game. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, other leading point-scorers were Jared Skolnicki with 22 points, Taylor Lehman with 18, Kobe Phillippi with 14, and Braydon Griffiths with 10. The final score was 98-82, Chartiers Valley. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.
Monday, December 10, 2012
The Keystone Oaks Boys basketball team had a winning weekend, and plays again Tuesday.
It was a winning weekend for the Keystone Oaks boys basketball team, with victories over both Canevin and Hopewell in the tip off tournament. Friday night the boys marked a win over Canevin with a final score of 70-54. Cory Sevacko had 28 points, Jared Skolnicki had 19 and Taylor Lehman had 17. On Saturday night the boys got a second win after a tough game against Hopewell, ending with a score of 69-61. Cory Sevacko scored a career high of 36 points and won Most Valuable Player of the tournament, with Jared Skonicki winning all tournament team honors. The boys take on South Fayette at home this Tuesday. Details are available on the Keystone Oaks School District website. Also, check out the Dormont-Brookline Patch Pics & Clips Gallery for …
Saturday, October 8, 2011
In a game marked by penalties and turnovers, the Keystone Oaks Golden Eagles fell short to the South Fayette Lions.
The South Fayette Lions dismantled the excitement of the Golden Eagles' homecoming Friday night in a critical AA Century Conference game at Dormont Memorial Stadium with a final score of 28-3. “We put it all together tonight. We played 48 minutes as a team,” South Fayette coach Joe Rossi said. “It was a little rough at the start, but this is the first time we’ve had our offensive line all together. Hopefully we can ride this into our next game.” With an excruciating 116 penalty yards and four turnovers, Keystone Oaks beat themselves while allowing South Fayette stars Zach Challingsworth and Trevor Fiorentini to shine. The game remained scoreless until the opening drive of the second quarter when the Golden Eagles had their first and only …