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Matt Bentley scored a hat trick in Wesleyan's 4-0 win at Seton Hill on Wednesday. (File photo)

Bentley stays on fire as Cats roast Seton Hill

FAIRMONT — Someone’s been eating his Wheaties.

West Virginia Wesleyan College striker Matt Bentley scored a hat trick as the Bobcats spanked Seton Hill on the road Wednesday, rolling to a 4-0 win in the non-conference match.

The victory was Wesleyan’s third straight and came just days after Bentley racked up four goals in a 4-1 win over Urbana at home Sunday. He’ll have a chance to increase his impressive one-week total even more when the ‘Cats host woeful Shepherd on Sunday.

Luca Faconieri had the other Wesleyan goal against Seton Hill, scoring on an assist from B-UHS grad Josh Tenney.

Sunday’s game against Shepherd, the final match of the 2018 season, will kick off at 1 p.m.

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