The Wilton High boys lacrosse team scored the game\u2019s first goal Thursday night. After that, it was all New Canaan. The Rams reeled off 11 unanswered goals and routed Wilton, 14-3, at Dunning Field in New Canaan. Wilton, coming off a solid performance in a 10-6 win over\u00a0Fordham Prep on Tuesday, was totally out-matched by the quicker Rams, who scored at will. When the hosts\u00a0were on offense they easily got around a\u00a0Warrior defense that seemed to be\u00a0standing flat-footed. New Canaan (4-1 overall) also used its\u00a0team quickness on defense to keep the Warrior offense off-balance. New Canaan held Wilton scoreless for\u00a0a 28-plus minute\u00a0span\u00a0from the first period into the third quarter.\u00a0Unforced errors, mental mistakes, and lost face-offs\u00a0didn\u2019t help the Warriors. Harrison Koch got Wilton (4-3 overall) on the board with 7:56 left to play in the first quarter, giving the Warriors a short lived 1-0 lead. The Rams' Justin Meichner netted his first of five goals in the game with 6:34 left in the period, tying the score. Kyle Smith then fired a laser past Wilton goalie Matthew Brody to give the hosts a 2-1 at the end of one period. Neither team\u00a0scored\u00a0in the first five minutes of the second quarter, but New Canaan closed the first half with three goals\u00a0for a 5-1 halftime lead. The Rams then ripped off six more goals in the first seven-plus minutes of the third quarter to take a commanding 11-1 advantage. Michael Lynch\u2019s goal, assisted by Koch, with 3:09 to play in the third quarter finally ended the Warriors' drought. Harrison Bardwell, assisted by Reid Melillo, scored for Wilton with 31 seconds remaining in the third period to make\u00a0the score 11-3. But New Canaan answered right back, scoring with 9.8 seconds to play in the period for a\u00a012-3 lead. The Rams netted two more goals in the final quarter and held Wilton\u00a0scoreless again for the 14-3 victory.