Sabrina Tabasso set up the tying and winning goals as Harriton rallied to defeat Episcopal Academy, 6-5, Saturday in a battle between the defending PIAA and Independent Schools state champions at the Katie Samson Festival at Radnor.

Tabasso fed Jane Henderson to tie the score, 5-5, and later connected with Katie Melvin on the winner.

Hillary Lemonick and Alexa Foust led Harriton's defense, which held Episcopal scoreless for the final 13 minutes, 41 seconds.

Lily Crager scored twice to lead the Churchwomen.

Also at the Samson Festival:

Rachel Hughes scored the winner in overtime to lift Unionville over Conestoga, 11-10. Izzy McDonough had two assists and set up Hughes' winner by securing the draw control in overtime. Conestoga's Maggie Friel scored four goals.

Hannah Keating piled up six goals and seven draw controls in Agnes Irwin's 16-6 triumph over Upper Dublin.

Haley Warden had five goals, one assist, five draw controls, and two caused turnovers as Garnet Valley got by Germantown Academy, 20-16. Hanna Bogorowski had six goals and one assist for GA.

Nonleague. Annie Tyson corralled seven draw controls, dished out one assist, and scored five goals on seven shots to guide Germantown Friends past visiting Mount St. Joseph, 15-12. Natalie Bohner scored six times for Mount St. Joseph.

Chessie Rahmer, Nikki Palmer, Natalie Bulgier, and Amber Lambeth each notched three goals to pace Souderton in its 14-4 victory at Upper Perkiomen.


The high-wire act continued for Malvern Prep.

A.J. Traynor broke a tie with 4:30 remaining in the fourth quarter, and the Friars held on for another tightrope victory, 7-6, over St. Augustine at the Katie Samson Festival at Radnor.

It was the sixth one-goal win this season, and second of the week, for the undefeated Friars, who rank No. 4 in the country according to U.S. Lacrosse.

St. Augustine led, 6-4, late in the third, but Malvern rallied back to tie it behind goals from Kyle Anderson and Adam Goldner.

Also at the Samson Festival:

Pat Walsh scored late in the first overtime to lift St. Joseph's Prep to a 7-6 victory over Downingtown West. Walsh finished with one goal and two assists and Griffin Fleming scored three times for the Hawks. Dave Gallagher had four goals and Alex Ataiifar made 18 saves to lead the Whippets.

Spring-Ford edged Archbishop Wood, 12-11, behind three goals from Zach Hare and two goals and three assists from Alex Marte. Tom Cain scored three times for Archbishop Wood.

Pat Stewart scored three goals, Chris Lasprogata won five faceoffs, and Victor Fink made nine saves as Harriton held off Shipley, 11-6. Ian Walsh made 17 saves for Shipley, giving him 32 saves in his last two games.

Owen Scheuerle and Grant Gsell each scored two goals, and Radnor defended its home turf with a 9-2 victory over Downingtown East.

Jimmy McAfee tallied three goals to help Germantown Academy top Hill School, 10-5.

Nonleague. Shane Taylor paired four goals with two assists and Tyler Bollard won 19 of 21 faceoffs to help Archbishop Ryan cut down visiting Sun Valley, 12-7.

Dan Buckman caged four goals to lead Upper Merion to a 13-7 victory at Cardinal O'Hara.

Shawn Dickey scored five times to help host Holy Ghost Prep put away Perkiomen Valley, 16-12.