After missing three weeks with a knee injury, Connor Keating is making up for lost time in a hurry.

The senior scored three goals in helping lead Haverford School to a 17-11 win over Lawrenceville School Saturday afternoon at the Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival hosted by Radnor High School.

Grant Ament added three goals and an assist, and Dox Aitken and Shane McBride scored twice each and Brandon Shima paired a goal with three helpers for the Fords.

Also at the Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival:

Brunswick School 7, Episcopal Academy 6: Rich Palazzese and Curtis Zappala scored in the first quarter and EA led 4-2 at halftime, but the Churchmen dropped a heartbreaker in overtime, their fourth OT loss this season.

Haverford 14, Archbishop Carroll 2: Owen Green led the offensive parade with three goals, and Bob McClure added two goals and two assists for the Fords.

Billy Farrell and Chris Rymal each chipped in two goals and an assist for the Fords.

Garnet Valley 12, Central Bucks South 8: Brandon Down and Christian Portale each poured in hat tricks, and Matt Moore distributed four assists to go with his two goals as the Jags rolled in an early-morning affair.

Aiding the Jags' efforts was faceoff man Dan Lanham, who went 17-for-22 at the "X.'

Emmaus 13, Strath Haven 8: Jack Borbee scored a season-high four goals, and Tucker Carney chipped in two goals and an assist, but the Panthers were outscored 10-2 in the second half.


Nate Frantz supplied three assists, and Ethan Fink made 10 saves.

Radnor 9, Downingtown East 2: The Raiders got contributions from a variety of players, including a goal and two assists from Sam Camp and two goals and a helper from Grant Gsell.

Jack Fischer and Rod Castro had a goal and an assist each, Tom Meyers went 13-of-15 on faceoffs, and Alex Andersen made nine saves in goal.

Lower Merion 13, Cardinal O'Hara 7: Dan McNamara went off for a career-high five goals, but it wasn't enough for the Lions to keep pace with the Aces.

Kevin Colghan added two markers for O'Hara, which got a pair of helpers from Sean McHugh.