If you looked at only\u00a0the final score of the Wilton boys soccer team's 4-0 victory over\u00a0Brien McMahon on Wednesday at Kristine Lilly Field, you wouldn't\u00a0get the game's true story. More specifically, you would not understand the Warriors' domination. Yes, Wilton\u00a0took a quick 1-0 lead in the 14th\u00a0minute on Harry Allers' goal, but by that point the Warriors\u00a0should have been celebrating their third or fourth goal\u00a0of the contest. Wilton\u00a0was having no problem getting outstanding scoring opportunities; it\u00a0just did everything possible not to put the ball in the net. Shots flew over the net or went wide, and there were a number of\u00a0off-sides calls on the hosts. The Warriors\u00a0also\u00a0couldn\u2019t capitalize on two direct kicks from just outside the McMahon\u00a0box. The squandered opportunities frustrated both the\u00a0players and coaches. \u201cWhen you only lead by one and the other team sees that it could have been more, it gives them hope that they are only one good run or mistake away from tying the game,\u201d said Wilton head coach Jim Lewicki. \u201cNo matter who you play in this league, if you let your opponent hang around when you have the chance to put them away and kill their spirit from a comeback and don\u2019t, the tide could turn and the win could slip away. "Being off-sides a couple of times ... that shows me that my players are being aggressive and that\u2019s a good thing," added Lewicki. "But the number of times we committed that tonight is a mental mistake." Allers' goal to open the scoring was assisted by senior co-captain Jack Brandt. Brandt played a perfect through\u00a0ball just as Allers was splitting two defenders to go\u00a0one-on-one with the McMahon\u00a0keeper, who was easily beaten. The score remained 1-0 at the half, as the Warrior defense \u2014 despite being without injured\u00a0central defender and\u00a0back line anchor Matt Ravichandran \u2014 held McMahon to just one shot on goal in the opening\u00a040 minutes. \u201cYeah, it was frustrating not to have put some of those scoring chances in the net," said Allers. "But we composed ourselves at halftime and came out with some good runs in the second half to finish the job.\u201d Wilton\u00a0turned things around in the second half with three goals, with the final one\u00a0coming with 1.7 seconds left on the clock. Before that, however,\u00a0Allers had two more good chances to score, with his first shot saved by the goalie and the second striking\u00a0the crossbar. Wilton finally upped its\u00a0lead to 2-0 in the 63rd\u00a0minute with a goal by Owen Evershed. Evershed picked up the rebound of another shot on goal and placed his strike\u00a0past the\u00a0out-of-place McMahon keeper. Brandt\u2019s goal with 3:56 remaining in the game, assisted by Allers, gave the Warriors a 3-0 lead. Brian Perlee then completed the scoring with just 1.7 ticks left\u00a0on an assist from Allers. Notes: With the win, the Warriors raised their record\u00a0to 7-3-2 with four games left in the regular season. McMahon dropped to\u00a04-8-1 with the loss.