Unbeaten Wilton rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit to tie Ridgefield, 2-2, in an FCIAC boys soccer game Tuesday night at Tiger Hollow.
Ridgefield (1-6-1) got two goals from striker Mark Liguori in the final eight minutes of the first half to open a 2-0 lead at the break.
But Wilton (5-0-2) pulled within one goal midway through the second half when Jack Brandt's free kick found Harry Allers, who scored from within a crowd of defenders.
The Tigers had a chance to add an insurance goal when Justin McBryan was fouled in the box. But McBryan's penalty kick slammed off the crossbar and was cleared by the Wilton defense.
The Warriors then got the equalizer with five minutes to play as Aaron Breene headed Brandt's cross over the head of Ridgefield goalie Ryan Young.