Dean DiNanno scored three goals and the Wilton High boys hockey team outscored Trinity Catholic 3-0 in the third period for a come-from-behind 6-4 win in Wednesday night\u2019s season opener in Stamford. It was an encouraging start for a team that won only four games a year ago. \u201cIt was a great way to start, especially when teams are making the state tournament with four or five wins. It\u2019s good to get one early,\u201d said head coach John Miserendino. Trinity had taken a 4-3 lead into the final period, before DiNanno, who scored only one goal last season, notched his third goal of the night when he finished off a two-on-one break on a pass from fellow junior captain Connor Drake. Junior Brandon Jonsson put Wilton on top, 5-4, when he tipped in a pass from sophomore Lucas Thelen, and sophomore defenseman Tommy McHugh made it 6-4 with about seven minutes left on a slap shot from the point. The Crusaders took the initial lead early in the first period but the Warriors answered when freshman Jackson Kelly knocked a rebound in to tie the score. Late in the period, DiNanno took the puck end to end and sniped a shot from 25 feet to give Wilton a 2-1 lead. Trinity came out on fire to start the second period, scoring two goals to take a 3-2 lead. Miserendino called a time-out to refocus the Warriors, who came out of the time-out and scored right away when DiNanno knocked in a rebound. Trinity scored late in the period to take a 4-3 lead. Freshman Logan Motyka got the win in his varsity debut, finishing with 23 saves. Given that Motyka didn\u2019t play during the off-season, it was a good start, said Miserendino. \u201cHe played great. He\u2019s still shaking off the rust,\u201d he said. \u201cHe gave us the chance to win.\u201d Miserendino was also encouraged by the fact that the Warriors\u2019 seconds line of Dean DiNanno, Drake and Kelly scored four the six goals.