Although it is still unbeaten, the Wilton High boys soccer team is no longer untied. In a game that featured end-to-end action, Wilton and Fairfield Warde played to a 1-1 tie Monday evening at Kristine Lilly Field. Wilton (4-0-1) clearly won the possession battle but struggled in the final third of the field. At the start of the game, Wilton came out firing, with Eric Pelletier blasting several shots on net. But Warde scored in the 20th\u00a0minute off a long direct kick that was played into the box. Luis Cari was left unmarked to the left of the net, and he settled the pass and went far corner for the 1-0 Mustang lead. The Warriors showed no quit and got the equalizer\u00a0with 12:34 left in the game. Sophomore Aaron Breene made a long run past the Warde\u00a0defense and found an opening in the corner of the net for the score. At the start of the game, Wilton came out firing, with Eric Pelletier blasting several shots on net. The Warriors got solid play from their back line, led by co-captain Patrick Prinner \u2014 who had several slide tackles to take the ball away from on-rushing Warde players \u2014 co-captain Matt Ravichandran, Timmy\u00a0Watson, and Jordan Lord. "We dominated play tonight and we didn\u2019t get down when they scored first,\u201d said Prinner. \u201cRight now we\u2019re playing with a lot of confidence, but we know we still have a tough road ahead of us. The games we\u2019ve played already help us build up to those games.\u201d Michael Legaz and Grey Livingstone each played a half in goal for the Warriors, with Legaz getting the start. The goalies were credited with eight saves, with Livingstone coming up with big saves late in the game to help Wilton\u00a0notch the tie.