Bedford nips Concord-Carlisle on Stephane Todeschini’s kick

For the second time this season, a PAT by Stephane Todeschini was a game-winner for Bedford, which beat visiting Concord-Carlisle, 35-34, in overtime Thursday.

On Oct. 5 against Somerville, a kick by the French exchange student was the difference in a 42-41 overtime win.

The Patriots got the ball in the first overtime and Shane McCloskey ran for a 6-yard TD. The 2-point rush failed, leaving the door open for Bedford (8-3, 3-1 Dual County Small). Christian Boivin ran it in from 2 yards to tie it and Todeschini’s kick gave the Buccaneers a win.

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McCloskey had all five TDs for the Patriots (4-7, 2-2).

Dual County (Small)

Wayland 35, Weston 7 — Robert Williams rushed for four TDs. Wayland (8-3) plays Westwood Tuesday in the playoffs.

Nonleague

Hopkinton 41, Ashland 12 — Hank Rudden tossed four touchdown passes — two to Shaun Palmer — to lift the Hillers (9-2). Rudden (18 TD passes) and Palmer (11 TD receptions) set school season marks.

Division 3A

Bishop Feehan 32, Bishop Stang 0 — Matt Allen ran for 152 yards and a touchdown. The Shamrocks (8-2) play Dighton-Rehoboth Tuesday.

Wareham 52, Bourne 12 — Darien Fernandez scored four times for the Vikings (9-2). The senior tied the school record for rushing TDs (22) in a season.

Greater New Bedford 10, Diman 7 — Justyn Soares hit a 23-yard kick in OT to clinch a spot in the Large School Vocational Super Bowl for the Bears (5-6).

Division 4

Catholic Central (Large)

Bishop Fenwick 23, Austin Prep 22 — With 30 seconds left, James Traversey hit Fran Hannon from 35 yards, leading to Rufus Rushins’s 2-point run that was the difference for the Crusaders (8-3).

Commonwealth (Large)

Greater Lawrence 42, Whittier 12 — Cristian Rivera rushed for 208 yards and five TDs on 15 carries for the Reggies (8-3). Whittier finishes 7-4.