After losing three fumbles and 15 yards in penalties, Somerset set up on its own 38 after a Bison punt. Boyer moved the ball for 35 yards. Only needing 15 more yards, Beeman handed off to Boyer who took the ball in the end zone for the second time, with 25 seconds remaining in the third.
Bedford's Jacob Wirick took a mad dash down the field to put the Bisons on the board on a 62-yard touchdown run. After Austin Montgomery's PAT kick, the Bisons were only down by ten heading into the final quarter of play.
Somerset turned the ball over for the fifth time in the second half on a Bison interception. Bedford's Jeremiah Bingham picked off Beeman's pass and bolted past the goal line on a 23-yard touchdown run. After the PAT kick, Somerset held onto a three point lead with 7:00 left to play.
After the only Eagle fumble recovery in the game, Somerset's Beeman scored on a 52-yard run with 3:12 to go. After a failed PAT kick, the Eagles were up 23-14.
Bedford recovered its own loose ball at its own 44. After two failed passes, Bingham took the ball up the field for a 13-yard gain, setting them up at the Eagles' 43. Kline opted to pass to Luke Campbell who took the ball the rest of the way into the end zone with 1:37 remaining in the game.
Somerset gained 22 more yards before taking two knees to finalize its 23-21 victory.
Beeman finished the night going 2-6 for 22 yards and one interception. On the ground, the sophomore led both teams with 163 yards on 21 carries.
"I think he did a great job," added Landis on Beeman's night. "Asking a sophomore to step up and do that in a big pressure game like this, this is a game we had to win, for him to step in and to play as good as he did, he played good enough to win and that's all that matters."
Somerset will now set its sights on Forest Hills, who defeated Penn Cambria in overtime, 20-18.