Wilton travel soccer scoreboard

Wilton Soccer Association teams had the following results in recent travel soccer action:

Girls Travel


Shelton 3, Wilton Blue 2

Wilton Blue put forward a strong effort against Shelton but came up short one goal. By halftime Wilton was shut out, 2-0, but came back strong in the second half with two goals. Rose Mallory scored the first goal with an assist from Keira Rafferty and Arden Taubin used her speed to score the second. Goalies Kelly Mancuso and Rose Bilella were able to make several saves and held Shelton to just three goals. Kerry Dodman, Schuyler Groves, Ella Loughran, Charlotte Mannix, and Lilliana Todd rounded out the performance with strong offense and defense.


Wilton White 1, Danbury 1

Wilton White played a hard-fought game against Danbury. Gigi McWhorter displayed a strong first-half showing in the goal, saving many shots on goal. Tenacious defense by Remi Morello, Addison Dobson and Jenna Peterson limited Danbury’s ability to get an edge. Sadie Klyver, Ella Breitenbach and Mary Kate Doyle showed great footwork and crisp passing. Despite great efforts on Wilton’s part, Danbury led 1-0 going into the half. The second half proved be a battle just like the first with Remi Morello valiantly defending Wilton’s goal. Lauren Moe, Emmy Baer and Melissa Ongley were persistently on the attack, demonstrating offensive pressure throughout, while Abby Petrie and Teagan Stengrim powered through Danbury’s defenses with multiple shots on goal for each with powerful passing and steadfast determination. Wilton’s only goal by Gigi McWhorter gave Wilton White its first tie game of the season.
Wilton Blue 2, Darien 1

Wilton Blue battled Darien to an impressive 2-1 victory. The first half was highlighted by a strong defensive effort that turned away a tenacious Darien attack. Brooke Aleksiejczyk and Alexandra Furst anchored a shutdown defensive line, with Kaitlyn Sullivan making a number of tremendous saves in goal to keep the score knotted at 0-0 at halftime. In the second half, Wilton went on the attack. They received superb midfield play from Fiona Gibbons, Molly Kaeyer and Addison Pattillo. The offense kept the heat on Darien with quick passes and several strong shots on goal from Isabel Barbieri, Kaitlyn Zizzadoro and Riley Fitzgerald. Wilton’s first goal came from an acrobatic flip throw-in from Morgan Breakey to Jane Hughes, who smashed the ball past the awestruck goalkeeper. Wilton added another goal on a corner kick, with Cosette Lepore connecting on a booming shot from the top of the box into the upper left corner. Darien added a late goal, but Wilton clamped down on defense once again and held on for its fourth victory in a row.


Wilton Blue 1, Darien Blue 0

Wilton Blue played a dynamic game against Darien Blue. With Mary Scally and Hannah Fitzgerald in goal providing some important saves, the team was able to play a strong offensive game. Olivia Mannino, Charlotte Casiraghi and Isabel DiNanno had several exciting shots on goal, as did Whitney Hess, Taylor Felipe and Kelly Holmgren. Strong midfield coverage by Caitlin Ongley, Georgia Russnok, Grace Duvall, Morgan Felipe, Larsen Burke and Sienna McDermott, and solid defense by Amanda Prather, Caitlin Allen, Miya Lasher, Natalie Cronin and Ella Savage, eventually led to the deciding goal by Whitney Hess and a well-deserved 1-0 win.

Boys Travel


Wilton Blue 3, Shelton 2

Wilton Blue faced off against Shelton Black on a windy autumn afternoon at Allen’s Meadow. The first half ended tied 1-1 with Cooper Buchichio in goal. Early on, Liam Joy, assisted by Nolan Milhoua, scored the first goal of the game. Throughout the rest of the first half, Brendan Morris, Harrison DeStefano, Nicholas Marini and Eamonn Zadourian worked hard to score again but Shelton was able to tie the game 1-1. With Jake Padilla in goal, Wilton showed great hustle in the second half. Brad Mallory, assisted by Blake Ongley, scored the second goal for the boys. Wilton continued to dominate the rest of the game with another goal by James Dineen, ending the game with a 3-2 win.
Wilton White 1, Trumbull United Hawks 1

Wilton White battled the Trumbull United Hawks to a 1-1 draw. The first half ended in a scoreless tie despite dominating possession with strong play in the midfield from Greg Bocchino and Peter Braid. Jack McMenamey pitched a shutout in goal during the first half with support on the backline from Anthony Palumbo and Peter Braid. Wyatt Lee and Michael DiLullo created some promising chances up front. When Wilton surrendered a goal late in the first half, the boys were able to quickly respond with a well-executed goal from Bar Eisdorfer. Mick Hamilton played a strong second half in goal and helped key the counterattack. Some decisive runs by Robbie Baronowski and Jack Cunningham came close to breaking the tie late in the second half.


Wilton White 4, Greenwich 0

Wilton White defeated Greenwich 4-0 at home. Andrew Partenza led the team with a hat trick and Evan Arghirescu scored one of his own. Jack Vermeulen, Nathaniel Kalter and Quinn Minozzi each had assists. Wilton was able to secure a shutout thanks to the efforts of Vermeulen and Tyler Coppola in goal, and lockdown defense from Matt Martins, Toby Plowright and Liam Christ. Greenwich had few opportunities to score given the offensive pressure of Dominick Cilento, Conor Toohill and Kenji Sahay throughout the game.
Wilton Gold 5, Bethel 5

Or Eisdorfer had several terrific saves as goalie, allowing only two goals during the first half. Wilton’s offense, including Brian Sallese, Mason Behar and Andrew Mims, put on early pressure until Mims received a fantastic pass from Rhys Ceron, scoring Wilton’s first goal. Excellent defence by Reed O’Neill, Ronan O’Halloran and Ryan Miller kept the ball in Bethel territory so Behar could score the second goal, bringing the halftime score to 2-2. The second half began with Trevor Wisdom as goalie, allowing only one through in a barrage of attempts by Bethel early in the half, as Bethel took a 3-2 lead. Theo Satrazemis, Bill Stofega and Mason Behar played an aggressive offensive game with many exciting attempts on goal until Behar got another one through, quickly followed up by another Mims’ goal, putting Wilton on top 4-3. Two more Bethel goals put Wilton down 5-4, but Behar again came up big in the last moments of the game to end in a tie score at 5-5.


Fairfield Red 1, Wilton Blue 0

Wilton Blue battled a determined Fairfield squad and 40 mph wind gusts in a tough 1-0 loss on a blustery afternoon in Fairfield. Wilton dominated much of the action throughout, with strong runs by Conner Buchichio, Tucker Farrell and Matt Stepnowsky down the sidelines and Luke Ginsburg, Mac McGovern and Declan Zadourian owning the middle and just missing on numerous shots on goal. Henry Roy led a strong defensive effort, with Cameron Royle and Andrew Ryan holding back Fairfield’s skilled strikers and allowing only a handful of threats on goal. Charlie Clune led the way with his usual strong goalie play in the first half, followed by an equally effective McGovern in the second. Finn Kaeyer and Griffin Palmer each had several strong runs.


Norwalk 2, Wilton 1

On a windy fall day, the Wilton U13 boys were home playing Norwalk. The team continued to support breast cancer awareness month by wearing pink socks. The Wilton defense was strong with Scott Mills, Luke Medalla, Tommy Lowell, Thomas Welch and Raymond Bartels holding Norwalk to only one goal. Declan Healy was goalie for the first half, and had several great saves. Matthew Tully, Robbie Ballentine and Matthew Tabet showed a strong effort and nice footwork. Conor Lillis took the ball all the way up, tying the game 1-1 going into the second half. In the second half, Wilton continued to put the pressure on Norwalk. Luke Eberhart did an excellent job as goalie, keeping Norwalk from scoring. Christian Marroquin, Ryan Leung and Luke Barbieri all demonstrated great teamwork and good ball control. Scott Mills was goalie for the last five minutes. In the last few minutes of the game, Norwalk managed to score to take the win, 2-1.