Stars come out for Sheehan in victory
(third most in state history). He exited the game with around 10 minutes left to play as the Titans (7-1) rolled to a 64-27 win over the Hornets.
“It was kind of nostalgic,” Ferrazzi said of Bogan’s performance.
Bogan opened his scoring with a 72-yard run in the first quarter, but was kept out of the end zone in the second as the Hornets (5-3) looked to be the better team. For the most part, everything went wrong for Sheehan in the first half.