How can you tell Wilton High golf coach Jack Majesky is excited about his team\u2019s prospects this spring? Listen to the first words that rush out of his mouth. \u201cWe\u2019re going to be dynamite,\u201d said Majesky. He has reason to be pumped. The Warriors not only return their top-three players from last season, but also welcome a transfer who was club champion at Silver Springs Country Club over the summer. \u201cWe have a great mix of talent and experience,\u201d said Majesky, whose team opens the season today at Norwalk. \u201cThis could be a really strong team.\u201d Leading the returnees are seniors Scott Caggainello and Alex Birch. \u201cAlex and Scott have been carrying the team the past couple of years,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cThey were within one-10th of a stroke of each other last season. There is not much to separate them. They are both unflappable kids.\u201d Also back is Sam Marsh, who was right behind Caggainello and Birch last spring. \u201cSam can really drive the ball,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cHe had a very good season last year for us and has improved.\u201d The biggest addition is senior John Collins, a prep school transfer who was club champ at Silver Springs. \u201cHe is going to be a huge help,\u201d said Majesky about Collins. \u201cHe excels in all areas of the game.\u201d Wilton\u2019s fifth starter could come from a group of three seniors: Matt Diamond, Tom Hojnacki and Dakota Orton. \u201cThey are all pretty equal,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cWe\u2019ll have to see who emerges as the season goes on.\u201d Sophomores Daniel Wendelboe, Pete Williams, Richie Williams and Kyle Jonas are also vying for playing time, as are juniors Justin Shepard and James Arthur. \u201cIf we can get that solid fifth player to step forward, it will be a big boost,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cThat could really make a tremendous difference.\u201d Notes: Wilton finished fifth at the Division I state tournament last season. Caggainello shot a 75 to tie for third place in the individual standings. The Warriors were seventh at the FCIAC championship, as Marsh led the way with an 81.