Keystone Oaks Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 15 - 2 - 2
  • Conference Record: 12 - 1

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2019/2020 Cippe forms (Physicals) and Handbook through FamilyID

Greetings! We are excited to announce that we are now offering the convenience of online registration through FamilyID (www.familyid.com). When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs. REGISTRATION PROCESS:  A parent/guardian

Fall Sports Team/Senior pictures 8/23 10am

We will do the Fall Team/Sr picture day Friday August 23rd 10am in the HS gym. Varsity Football and Cheerleading Pictures will be taken on Saturday August 10th 8am Dormont Stadium.   Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Girls Tennis, Cross Country, Golf Pictures will be taken on Friday August 23rd 10am Hs Gym.

High School Fall Sports Information

High School Fall Sports Start up Info Football– Helmet and Shoulder Pad Fitting May 20th 3pm HS gym, Summer Conditioning starts June 11th 9am HS, Mandatory Heat week August 5th 2pm Dormont Stadium, 1st day of Fall Sports August 12th 8am Dormont Stadium, other times will be given by coach gperry@kosd.org Golf– Contact Coach Sarchet

Boys Soccer Section 1AA Finest 15 Selections

WPIAL All-Section Finest 15 votes are in for the boys! Congrats to the following Golden Eagles: Section 1AA Finest 15 selections: Cameron Willson Dom Kimmerle Gio Valforte Ryan Vargo Rutger Randall Honorable Mention: Nick Lykens And Congrats to our Coach Sotiri Tsourekis for being named Co-Coach of the year!

Keystone Oaks has international flavor in boys soccer

http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/high-school-soccer/2018/10/05/Keystone-Oaks-international-flavor-boys-soccer-Nepal-Sotiri-Tsourekis-Penn-Hills-Connellsville-rematch/stories/201810030037 ADVERTISEMENT 1 Keystone Oaks has international flavor in boys soccer ED PHILLIPPS Tri-State Sports & News Service OCT 5, 2018 7:00 AM Keystone Oaks has a roster full of players from all walks of life, from the South Hills to the Himalayan mountains. Call them the United Nations because they are a high-scoring team