When you return three starters from a District 3 championship team, expectations are going to be high. The off-season additions of Josh and Kingston McKoy have created even more buzz at Berks Catholic. The Saints haven't disappointed. They're (15-1) and on top of Division 2 in the Berks Conference with a (7-1) league record. Berks Catholic is #1 in the District 3-4A power rankings. Josh McKoy, a 6'2 junior, had ten points in a tense 49-44 win over Wilson in front of a capacity crowd at Lloyd Wolf Gymnasium last Thursday. "[It's} something I never experienced before. I came from a very small school. It's a very different atmosphere. I love it," said McKoy. He averaged 15 points last season at Antietam, a Class 2A program. McKoy told Paul Roberts from SV Sports that the coaches and players at Berks Catholic have been very welcoming. "With great big open arms, couldn't ask for anything else. They help me perfect what I'm weak at. The teammates pick me up when I'm down," replied McKoy. He hit a key 3-pointer with four and a-half minutes remaining against the Bulldogs. McKoy added a layup to ice the game. Wilson wasn't able to hold onto an early 12-0 advantage. McKoy's brother, Kingston, is a 6'1 freshman with a lot of potential. "The sky's the limit for him. [He] helps us lock down their best player," noted Josh. Kingston is the sixth man for Berks Catholic. Josh is providing eight points per game. Seniors JayJay Jordan and Ryan Koch are combining for 30 points a night. Josh McKoy also talked about a cool new show on Netflix, his favorite food, and what would happen if he played his brother 1-on-1.