The Wilton High boys soccer team will field one of its biggest and most senior-laden teams ever this fall, and that experience will be needed in what looks to be one of the most hotly contested FCIAC boys soccer seasons in memory.
“I think the league is going to be very good this year. I think there’s going to be a lot of parity. A lot of teams have a lot of seniors,” said Head Coach Jim Lewicki, whose team opens the season next Tuesday at home. “It’s going to be a case where anybody can beat anybody else. It’s going to be a dogfight.”