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KATIE SAMSON FESTIVAL SCHEDULED FOR THIS SATURDAY

Radnor High School will be the site for the much anticipated 15th annual Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival. The Festival, which began in 2000, has grown to become the premier high school lacrosse event in the United States. The event’s founder, Katie Samson, grew up in Wayne where she attended Radnor High School and was the goalkeeper for the girl’s lacrosse team. She went on to study Art History at Middlebury College and play Division III lacrosse. She was an integral part of the team’s 1999 victory for the National Championship. After a tragic sledding accident that same year, Samson was left a quadriplegic. With the emotional support from friends and family, as well as months of physical rehabilitation, Samson went back to finish her degree and help coach her college team.

The Katie Samson Foundation raises money for research to identify a cure for spinal cord injuries and to optimize care and quality of life for spinal cord patients. The foundation also promotes social awareness as the lacrosse community comes together to support the festival. Through Katie’s courage and perseverance, her foundation has successfully raised funds to support spinal cord injury research and rehabilitation programs that provide much needed independence and quality of life improvements for those with spinal cord injuries.

In 2014, more than $125,000 was raised due to the generous support of over 50 sponsors, donations from attendees, and fundraising efforts by each participating lacrosse team. Since its appearance in 2000, $1.6 million has been dispersed to various charities that work to benefit medical research and provide care for people with spinal cord injuries. Samson’s perseverance and courage sparks the festival’s volunteers to continue their support. Volunteers in the lacrosse community and beyond have been its backbone year after year. The festival is filled with activities for the whole family; with exciting lacrosse team match-ups, a demonstration of wheelchair sports, food, fan zones, and a spirit of sportsmanship and purpose.

The festival website, www.katiesamsonlaxfest.com, has an inspirational video and the full schedule, as well as all other festival details. Visit on Facebook – Katie Samson Lacrosse Festival.

 

 

Here is the girls schedule with teams that have Quaker City Players highlighted in Yellow

Girls' Games

Teams

Time

Field

 

Boyertown HS Vs. Harriton HS

9:00 AM

Enke

WC Henderson HS Vs. Friends Central School

9:00 AM

Library

Haverford HS Vs. William Penn Charter School

9:00 AM

Rowland

Garnet Valley HS Vs. Agnes Irwin School

10:45 AM

Enke

Lower Merion HS Vs. Shipley School

10:45 AM

Library

Abington HS Vs. Strath Haven HS

10:45 AM

Rowland

Conestoga HSVs.Episcopal Academy

12:30 PM

Enke

Upper Dublin HS Vs. Academy of Notre Dame

12:30 PM

Library

Downingtown West HS Vs. Springfield HS

12:30 PM

Rowland

Radnor HS Vs. Great Valley HS

2:15 PM

Enke

Archbishop Carroll HS Vs. Merion Mercy Academy

2:15 PM

Library

Unionville HS Vs. Springside-Chesnut Hill Academy

2:15 AM

Rowland

Germantown Academy Vs.Villa Maria Academy

4:00 PM

Library

Methacton HS Vs. Hill School

4:00 PM

Rowland