The Sophomore Sull paced the way for the Jaguars accounting for eight touchdowns on the night. Sull rushed for 255 yards and reeled in seven receptions for 144 yards.
“Shayden had one of the best performances we have seen in quite some time. Give credit to our offensive line for opening up those holes for him. They won us the game,” added Colten Barrett, Hartford’s Head Coach.
A halftime score of 32-20, both teams went to the locker room with the game still in doubt. However, the Jaguar defense was able to capture the momentum shutting out the Titans in the second half, and setting up their offense to score another 34 points, ending the game by mercy rule early in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Ali Smith finished the night 13 for 29 passing the ball for 205 yards, and three touchdowns.
Hartford (1-1) will host Lyon County League rival Madison (2-0) this week. Madison defeated the Jaguars last season 70-0. Hartford is 2-17 (2015, 2001) against Madison this century. The game is KVOE’s Area Game of The Week Broadcast on Country 101.7.
SCC (0-2) will look for their first victory when they host Waverly (0-2) on Friday.