DeLong lifts Bedford to win

BEDFORD — Chase DeLong scored four goals and assisted on another to lead Bedford to a 5-2 victory over visiting Richland in high school boys soccer.

Bedford, which also got a goal from Aaron Browell, improved to 9-5-1.

SCORE BY HALVES

Richland 2 0 — 2

Bedford 1 4 — 5

First half: 1, R–Horne (penalty kick), 11:20. 2, R–Leitenberger (unassisted), 11:57. 3, B–DeLong (unassisted), 36:11.

Second half: 4, B–DeLong (Johnson), 40:59. 5, B–Browell (DeLong), 42:12. 7, B–DeLong (unassisted), 62:01. 8, B–DeLong (unassisted), 62:26.

Records: Bedford (9-5-1).

Central 3

Philipsburg-Osceola 1

PHILIPSBURG — Alec Madden, Devon Clapper and Brant Kensinger scored goals for Central in its victory over Philipsburg-Osceola.

Brady Bizzarri scored for the Mounties.

SCORE BY HALVES

Central 1 2 — 3

Philipsburg-Osceola 0 1 — 1

First half: C–Madden (Laufle), 42:14.

Second half: C–Kensinger (unassisted), 53:18; C–Clapper (unassisted), 54:36; PO–Bizzarri (Mostyn), 56:45.

Cambria Heights 4

Forest Hills 0

PATTON — Alex Diamond recorded a goal and two assists to lead Cambria Heights to a shutout win over Forest Hills.

Paul Kinney, Nick Maiocco and Luke Lamb netted a goal each, while goalie Cody Patterson saved all 10 shots he faced for the Highlanders.

SCORE BY HALVES

Forest Hills 0 0 — 0

Cambria Heights 3 1 — 4

First half: CH–Maiocco (unassisted), 35:56; CH–Diamond (unassisted), 11:44; CH–Kinney (Diamond), 1:40.

Second half: CH–Lamb (Diamond), 23:44.

Records: Forest Hills (0-11); Cambria Heights (11-5).

Great Commission 4

Blair Co. Christian 0

Great Commission, behind two goals from Josh Stuart and a shutout in goal by Jacob Foster, handed Blair County Christian its first loss of the season.

Josh Long and Andrew Foster recorded one goal each for the Bears.

SCORE BY HALVES

Blair County Christian 0 0 — 0

Great Commission 3 1– 4

First half: GC–Long (unassisted), 26:00; GC–Foster (unassisted), 19:32; GC–Stuart (unassisted), 17:46.

Second half: GC–Stuart (unassisted), 8:38.

Records: Great Commission (11-5).

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