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Boys’ Katie Samson Roundup: Keegan OT goal lifts Springfield-D past St. Joe’s Prep; Haverford School tops Emmaus

Saturday, 24th April 2010

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Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/24/10

Colin Keegan scored off a feed from Jordan Demcher 38 seconds into the second overtime to lift Springfield-Delco past St. Joseph’s Prep, 6-5, today, in the 10th Annual Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival at Radnor High.

The victory improved the Cougars’ record to 10-1 overall. The Prep fell to 5-5.

Malvern Prep's Ryan Creighton makes a move against Conestoga's Casey Ikeda (Photo by Scott Growney)

Austin Kaut made 12 saves in goal for the Cougars and Joe Venit scored twice while Bobby Gildea, Josh Cavanaugh and Larry McLaughlin scored once each.

Jeff Heath led the Hawks with a pair of goals and Mike Zikoski was standout in the nets with 15 saves.

“We’re really fortunate to be a part of this event,” said St. Joe’s Prep coach Eric Gregg. “Peter Samson (Katie’s father) was one of my first coaches for Ashbee and a lot of my players are from this area and relish the opportunity.

“Hats off to coach (Mike) Friel (of Springfield). They got through a (tough) week by beating Conestoga and Penncrest and then by beating us. Their midfielders played well and Sparky (Kaut) was great.

“I have coached him and watched him grow and develop and he is the real deal. He is one of the best in Pennsylvania. I also think Mike Zikoski is right behind him and is keeping us in games all up and down the East Coast against great competition.”

Abington 14, Downingtown East 10

Matt Rambo scored four goals and Rich Rambo, Joey Jones and Anthony Hensley each had three to lead the Ghosts past the Cougars.

Downingtown West 12, Strath Haven 6

Brad Shenberger scored three goals and Ryan Higgins, Connor Mullen and Eric Sanders chipped in two goals each as the Whippets raced out to a 9-1 lead and improved to 10-1.

Mark Dolphin led the Panthers with two goals.

Haverford School 10, Emmaus 8

Carl Walrath had four goals and one assist and Brandan McGrath had two goals as the Fords survived a battle with the Green Hornets.

Will Scott had two goals and two assists for Emmaus while Zach Schleicher had two goals and an assist and Alex Kuehner had two goals. Joe Magargal had 15 saves

Germantown Academy 7, Radnor 5

Beau Jones netted three goals and had one assist, Reid Weber had a goal and an assist and Jacon Adoni made 10 saves to lead the Patriots past the Red Raiders.

Spencer Lussier and Harrison Lawrence each scored twice for Radnor.

La Salle 12, Lower Merion 4

Dan Losier scored three goals while Christian Cardinal and Patricj Resch each had a pair and Victor Garcia made six saves as the Explorers topped the Aces.

Jordan Wolf led Lower Merion with two goals and an assist.

Episcopal Academy 8, Lawrenceville (NJ) 4

Shane Morrell had two goals and two assists and Chase Growney and Tyler Odell each had two goals while Mac Lee made eight saves to lead the Churchmen to the victory.

Conestoga 8, Malvern Prep 1

Pete Bowers scored two goals and Peter Zonino made eight saves to lead the Pioneers to the victory.

Andrew O’Connell was a standout in goal for the Friars, making 14 saves.

Brunswick (CT) 20, Penn Charter 8

Tyler Earley scored three goals and Joey Sankey had two goals and two assists for the Quakers in their loss to Brunswick.

Archbishop Carroll 7, Shipley School 6

JT Sellman scored three goals and Brian Keith scored twice as the Patriots dealt the Gators their first loss of the year.

Hatboro-Horsham 14, Archbishop Wood 3

Jake Durkin had four goals and two assists and Ryan Kreston collected three goals and two assists to lead the Hatters.

Tatnall (DE) 9, Unionville 8, OT

Nolan Morris (two goals) scored the game-winner in overtime to lift Tatnall.

Richard Kaiser led Unionville with three goals and Billy Donovan had two goals and one assist.

Bishop Shanahan 14, Haverford High 3

Keegan Lawton collected three goals and three assists while Mike Thompson added three goals and Jim Stanley and Peter Marion each had two goals and one assist for the Eagles (8-2).

Kyle Holeton won 11 face-offs for Shanahan. Mike Leyden led Haverford with two goals.

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