The Shelton High football team trounced Lyman Hall of Wallingford, 42-2, at Finn Stadium on Thursday. Shelton (4-2) will visit Hamden High (1-5) Friday at 7 p.m. The Dragons are coming off a 27-20 loss to Fairfield Prep (5-1). Jagger Kalagian led Shelton with two touchdowns and 97 yards rushing on just three carries, as Lyman Hall dropped to 0-6. Tyler Vasilescu added 93 yards on 12 carries, while Matt Feigenblat and Nick Van Slyke added rushing scores for the Gaels. Mark Piccirillo led the Gaels through the air, completing 8-of-12 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns to Kyle Drost, who finished with 62 receiving yards. \u201cThey had a few turnovers early and we were able to jump on them,\u201d Shelton coach Jeff Roy said. \u201cOur offense was clicking pretty good. We were throwing the ball well and that opened things up. We were able to run the ball on them... I thought the kids came out ready to play and we played great in the first half.\u201d On Shelton\u2019s first play from scrimmage, Eddie Kochiss carried the ball for 20 yards to the 42. One play later, Kalagian sliced through the Trojan defense for a 58-yard touchdown. The first of six straight conversion kicks by Ed Groth gave Shelton a 7-0 lead. On the ensuing Lyman Hall possession Trojan quarterback, Ryan Bohne fumbled on their third play and Christian Federici recovered at the 35-yard line. Piccirillo capitalized on the miscue with a 35-yard touchdown strike to Drost, who made the over-the-shoulder grab in stride to give Shelton a 14-0 lead. \u201cWe have a lot of weapons we can go to and Piccirillo has been playing great at quarterback,\u201d Roy said. \u201cDrost is a big target at six-foot-three, so it\u2019s a matter of reading the defense, seeing what\u2019s open, and Drost was open.\u201d After three-and-outs from both teams, Shelton got the ball at the Lyman Hall 45 and marched the distance in seven plays, capped by a 12-yard Piccirillo touchdown pass to Drost to make it 21-0 late in the first quarter. Lyman Hall\u2019s offense sputtered again and a 10-yard punt gave Shelton the ball at the Trojans\u2019 30. Piccirillo then hit Kochiss for a 22-yard screen pass to set up an eight-yard Feigenblat score, giving the Gaels a 28-0 at the end of one. Lyman Hall got the ball to start the second quarter and moved the ball 39 yards on seven plays before committing another turnover at the Shelton 36-yard line. \u201cWe worked on defense a lot of the past couple weeks, and last week against Notre Dame we held them to one score and then tonight we shut them out so the defense is really coming around,\u201d Roy said. \u201cWe\u2019ve been scoring points and moving the ball pretty much on everybody, but defensively we\u2019ve been a little weak so the last two weeks have been good on defense. \u201cWe\u2019ve only given up one score in the last eight quarters.\u201d After the takeaway, Piccirillo hit Kochiss for another big gain of 32 yards to move the ball to the Lyman Hall 32. Kalagian then rushed 32 yards for the score behind his line of Tommy Gottschalk, Matt Herlihy, Jamie Dodge, Don Schiffer and Austin Peel to give Shelton a 35-0 lead. On Lyman\u2019s next possession, running back Justin Brown fumbled the ball for the Trojans\u2019 third lost fumble to give Shelton the ball at the 23. Van Slyke took over under center, and with help from Vasilescu, moved the ball 23 yards for Shelton\u2019s sixth touchdown of the half. Van Slyke finished the drive with a one-yard keep for the score. With Shelton\u2019s second squad in the game in the second half, play evened out. The only score came when Lyman Hall defensive lineman Shane Selender tackled Vasilescu in the end zone for a safety, bring the game to its final score, 42-2.