After losing for the first time this season to Trumbull last\u00a0Friday, the Wilton High boys basketball team rebounded nicely with a 74-53 win over Trinity Catholic on\u00a0Tuesday night at the Zeoli\u00a0Field House. The victory pushes the Warriors' record to 6-1 (4-1 in the FCIAC). Senior co-captains Matt Shifrin and Scott Shouvlin led the Warriors with 20 points each. Two three-point baskets by each player late in the first quarter put Wilton on the road to victory following a slow start. Trinity got out to an 11-2 lead as the Wilton defense was allowing the Crusaders easy baskets in the paint. Wilton maintained its composure, though, and went on a 15-0 run. Shouvlin\u2019s second consecutive three-pointer tied the game at 11-11 with 3:17 left in the period. Next up was Shifrin, who hit back-to-back three-pointers the next two times down the floor to widen\u00a0the lead to 17-11. Jack Williams then got into the action with a three-pointer of his own to close the quarter with the Warriors ahead, 20-13. Trinity closed the gap to 20-17 to start the second quarter, but the Warriors quickly rebounded and pushed\u00a0their lead to double digits. Wilton was ahead\u00a036-24 at the half. Another Shouvlin three-pointer to end the third quarter gave the hosts\u00a0a 59-33 lead heading into the final eight minutes. Wilton outscored\u00a0Trinity,\u00a023-9, in the third quarter. The highlight of the game came when Jack Williams drove the lane and seemed to be\u00a0suspended in mid-air as\u00a0he took a shot that went off\u00a0the glass for a basket. The Crusaders cut slightly into the Wilton\u00a0lead in the final quarter, getting to within 14 points\u00a0before\u00a0Shouvlin contributed\u00a0two baskets and a free throw to put the game on ice. Wilton won easily despite\u00a0attempting\u00a0just eight free throws and making four of them. Trinity was just seven of\u00a022 from the line. Wilton\u00a0travels to Westport this Friday night to take on the Staples Wreckers. The Warriors\u00a0defeated the Wreckers, 83-66, in a non-conference game during the recent\u00a0Wilton\u00a0Holiday Tournament.