Two schools separated by just over an hour in the Northwest creates an intense, and competitive rivalry. Rutland took the game last fall by a score of 49-14. Rutland and Hartford’s game usually has playoff implications as well since they do share a conference. Hartford looks to rebound as they host this seasons game.




Sean Kelliher


Connor Tierney


Connor is an outstanding leader not only on the field, but also in the classroom. He is a three-sport athlete, competing in Football, Hockey and Lacrosse. In all that he does his character, integrity and leadership set him apart. His future plans are to attend college and continue to play football.
Graham Seidner


Graham is a three sport athlete who is new to football this year. He is one of our kickers while also playing linebacker and tight end. Outside of fooball Graham plays on the boys' ice hockey and tennis teams. His future plans are to go to college where he will major in business or finance.


In a defensive first quarter, Hartford put the first points on the board with a TD catch by #30 with 4 minutes left in the first 7-0. A rushing touchdown followed by a blocked extra point put the Hurricanes up 13-0 halfway through the 2nd half. This defensive battle went into halftime 13-0. Another TD pass from Hartford and a failed 2pt conversion put the canes up 19-0 with 2 minutes left in the third quarter. In a shutout 4th, the Hartford Hurricanes secured their win at home with a final score 25-0.