Jared Skolnicki reaches back for something extra on his pitch. The Keystone Oaks southpaw struck out six, including one for the last out with the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth. He scattered four hits and walked one in racking up the shutout, 3-0, against South Park. Jared Skolnicki and his Keystone Oaks teammates react after posting the last out in a 3-0 victory over South Park in the PIAA quarterfinals. With the win, the Eagles advanced to the state semifinals. It is the farthest a baseball team in KO history has advanced. Ben Canty slips safely into home plate while Nick Yobbi awaits the throw from Justin Dilla. After walking to lead off the seventh inning, Canty scored on a wild pitch and iced a 3-0 victory for Keystone Oaks against previously undefeated South Park in the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinals. Taylor Lehman looks for a signal from the umpire that he is safe at home with the second run for Keystone Oaks. Keystone Oaks players greet Taylor Lehman after he scored the second run in the sixth stanza against South Park. Lehman had reached base on a misplayed double-play ball hit to first base and scored on Nick Riggle’s base hit. Keystone Oaks manager Scott Cromine attempts to reason with the umpire after he called Walt Hepner out for interference while attempting to run out a dropped third strike in the second stanza. Despite the unfavorable call, KO regrouped and defeated South Park, 3-0. Keystone Oaks tagged seven hits off South Park pitching in picking up a 3-0 win. Jared Skolnicki collected three singles while Ryan Ribeau had two hits and Nick Riggle and Eric Fawcett smacked one-baggers each. Jared Skolnicki (ground) watches as Chris Winkler turns the double play for South Park in the fourth inning of a PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal playoff game. Despite the defensive play, South Park dropped a 3-0 decision to Keystone Oaks. Keystone Oaks players celebrate after defeating South Park, 3-0, in a PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal playoff game at Pullman Park. The loss was the first for South Park, which had beaten KO in the district semifinals and went on to win the WPIAL title. Keystone Oaks first baseman Nick Riggle (No. 9) makes the putout while Walt Hepner backs up the play.