We traveled to Dormont to see offensive lineman Chris Jacobson and defensive lineman/tight end Myles Caragein in action on Friday night. The two senior leaders and Pittsburgh recruits helped lead Keystone Oaks to a come from behind win.
Brashear held a 7-6 lead for most of the games first three quarters thanks to a sensational 69-yard punt return for a touchdown by speedy junior Quamane Bryant. The Bulls offense would sputter and the Golden Eagles would cease the opportunity late in the third quarter to score 12 unanswered points thanks to the blocking of Jacobson and Caragein and the tough as nails running style of junior John Fuhrer.
Fuhrer is small at 5-6 and 181 pounds, but he runs like a guy twice his size. The talented junior rans for 293 yards and three scores on the night.
Jacobson tallied between 12-20 pancake blocks and Caragein made some huge plays on offense and defense. Brashear kept it close with the athleticism of their two junior stars Bryant and Ed Tinker.
The folks at Keystone Oaks run a first class operation behind head coach Nick Kamberis and Jim Cromie the king of PR. We saw a great game despite 50 degree temperatures and a steady rain that lasted all night.
Fans braved the elements to support their team.
Keystone Oaks head coach Nick Kamberis rallies the troops.
The teams captains meet at midfield for the coin toss.
The Golden Eagles are ready for battle.
Ed Tinker with the opening kick-off.
Where games are won and lost.
Brashear junior Quamane Bryant gets ready to field a punt.
Bryamt celebrates after taking a punt to the house.
Brashear linebacker Reggie Robinson spins away from Myles Caragein.
Robinson didn't like what he ran into after Caragein.
Chris Jacobson says Hello Mr. Robinson.
And goodbye Mr. Robinson.
There were several more victims on the night.
The talented junior Tinker helped keep the Bulls in the game.
Caragein watches as the final seconds tick off the clock.
It's in the books, Golden Eagles win.