The final score was misleading. In the season opener for both teams Tuesday afternoon at Kristine Lilly Field, the Wilton High boys soccer team\u00a0came away\u00a0with a less-than-impressive 6-1 win over Harding-Bridgeport that left Wilton head coach Jim Lewicki\u00a0scratching his head. "We played well in scrimmages and practices and then we come out and play the way we did today and it makes you wonder,\u201d said\u00a0Lewicki. \u201cThe kids didn\u2019t show composure and had no continuity in their play. Sure, we have a lot of young players, but we also have several seasoned players. "Harding clearly out-played us for the better part of the first half," added Lewicki. "Our scores came mostly in transition from Harding turnovers; we didn\u2019t possess the ball in the offensive zone to set up our scores. It\u2019s only the first game of the year, but we will clearly have to play better against the rest of the conference.\u201d The Presidents took an early 1-0 lead in the fourth minute of play on a goal by Edgar Valencia. Valencia was left wide open on the doorstep for the score, as the Wilton defenders were caught napping. Harding was doing a good job controlling the ball and keeping the action in the Wilton defensive side of the field, but the Warriors\u00a0finally broke through to tie the game at 1-1in the 35th minute. Matt Ravichandran took a\u00a0feed from Jack Brandt and went far post for the goal. The Ravichandran goal\u00a0seemed to breathe new life into the home team, as Wilton took control of the game with two scores in the final minutes of the first half to open\u00a0a 3-1 lead at\u00a0the break. With 1:11 to play in the half, Aaron Breene headed in the ball over the attacking Harding goalie, and then Michael Lynch added another goal\u00a0just 20 seconds later. After the ensuing kick-off,\u00a0Lynch quickly worked his way down the field on the wing and turned the corner on a\u00a0defender to go one-on-one with the Harding goalie. Lynch fired his shot past the Harding keeper\u00a0for the 3-1 advantage. "We started out flat today. We kind of were looking past them and as a result didn\u2019t play well,\u201d said Lynch, a co-captain. \u201cWe finally got it together late in the first half and pushed forward. We clearly know we\u2019re going to have to give a\u00a0better effort next game." Wilton went ahead 4-1 in the 46th\u00a0minute as a Harding player headed the ball into his\u00a0own goal. Cole Hawthorne\u2019s goal in the 48th\u00a0minute increased the Warrior lead to 5-1. Hawthorne advanced the ball down the wing past the back line of Harding for the score. Max Najarian capped the scoring in the 66th\u00a0minute of play. Najarian's goal came off a direct kick from about 30 yards out that he lofted over the head of the Harding keeper for the 6-1 final. With the Warriors in control, Lewicki was able to clear his bench and give\u00a0playing time to all the Warriors\u00a0who were suited up. Wilton\u2019s three goalies \u2014 Will DeSantis, Michael Legaz and Grey Livingstone \u2014 all saw time in net. DeSantis started for the Warriors and played the entire first half.