Haverford High played the final 14 minutes shorthanded, but Katrina Geiger more than made up for it by rallying the Fords past visiting West Chester Henderson, 14-13, in a District 1 Class AAAA first-round lacrosse game on Tuesday.
Down two players because of yellow cards and trailing, 13-9, the Fords won it on Geiger's 10th goal of the game with 12 seconds left. Amanda Case tied it with 56 seconds left.
In other first-round games:
Upper Dublin's Kelly Cross scored nine goals in a 12-9 win over visiting Spring-Ford.
Villa Maria topped Methacton, 9-8, getting a goal from Villanova-bound senior Elise Bendinelli with 33 seconds left.
Merion Mercy got seven goals from Madison Connor in an 18-8 win over Avon Grove at Penn Wood.
Radnor overwhelmed visiting Pennsbury, 14-2, behind Kristen Norden's three goals and three assists.
Brenda McDermott and Macie Hauck's had seven goals apiece for North Penn in a 21-7 win over visiting West Chester East.
Host Great Valley topped Cheltenham, 17-2, behind Ali Karwoski's six goals.
Hatboro-Horsham got eight goals from Courtney Daly in a 19-14 win over visiting Souderton.
Host Harriton's Carli Sukonik scored six goals in a 22-6 win over Phoenixville.
At Spring-Ford, Kelly Furman scored four goals for Boyertown in a 17-11 win over Central Bucks South.
Host Conestoga got four goals from Meghan McGillis in a 14-6 win over Mount St. Joseph.
Friends Schools. Five first-half goals from Annie Morrisey turned out to be the difference for visiting Germantown Friends in a 17-12 semifinal playoff win at Shipley.
Tri-County. Visiting Barrack Hebrew doubled up host Woodlynde, 20-10, in a playoff semifinal, getting seven goals from Tamar Parent and five more from Caroline Batoff.
Perkiomen School advanced with an 11-10 win over Kimberton Waldorf in the other semifinal behind Nicole Pupillo's four goals.
District 1 Class AA champion Holy Ghost Prep won every match in straight sets and eased past District 12 champion Archbishop Carroll, 5-0, in the opening round of the PIAA team tournament at Tennis Addiction Sports Club in Exton.
Friends Schools. Friends' Central moved a step closer to its third straight league title with a 5-0 semifinal playoff win over Westtown at the Radnor Racquet Club.
Declan Hahn paced the Phoenix at No. 1 singles with a 6-3, 6-2 victory.
In the other semifinal, Devon Pinkus won at No. 2 singles, 6-2, 3-6, 6-0, to clinch George School's 3-2 win over Shipley at HealthPlex.
John Mehok notched a hat trick and helped No. 15 seed Bishop Shanahan beat visiting No. 18 seed Methacton, 7-1, in a District 1 opening-round playoff game.
Friends Schools. Julius Mouser exploded for nine goals and boosted Shipley past visiting Westtown, 16-3, in a semifinal playoff game.
In the other semifinal, Luke Frazier scored twice as Academy of the New Church downed visiting Moorestown Friends, 7-4.