Bob Cullinan knows it is a tough act to follow. \u201cThat was a great team,\u201d he said. \u201cThey just dominated the competition.\u201d Cullinan is referring to last year\u2019s Wilton 12-year-old Little League All-Star squad, which romped to the Connecticut District 1 title, going 7-0 and outscoring the opposition by a combined 107-13. It was Wilton\u2019s first district title at that age level since 1977. Those players have moved on, but Cullinan believes this year\u2019s edition can also contend for a championship. \u201cWe have several very good pitchers, speed and some pop in the lineup,\u201d he said. \u201cI feel good about this team.\u201d Most of the returnees were members of Wilton\u2019s 11-year-old squad, which went 4-0 in pool play before losing to Ridgefield National in the playoff round. \u201cThey did well as 10-year-olds and as 11-year-olds,\u201d said Cullinan, whose team begins district play next Tuesday against Stamford Springdale in Stamford at 7:30. \u201cI\u2019m hopeful that their success will continue.\u201d Wilton\u2019s impressive pitching staff includes Kyle Phillips, Cole Judelson, Brendan Connor and Ryan Looney. \u201cThose are some good arms,\u201d said Cullinan. \u201cOur pitching depth is strong.\u201d Judelson and Chris Tienken are the primary catchers, with Nicky Cullinan (the coach\u2019s son) and Scott Vollmer at first base. Other infielders include newcomer Nick Kronenberg and Phillips, as well as Matt Cipri, Connor Wyman, and Nick Condos. Mark Sreckovic, Condos, Looney and Cullinan are among the top outfield options. \u201cThe lineup is not set in stone yet,\u201d said Bob Cullinan. \u201cWe\u2019re still trying to sort out positions. The good thing is that we have a lot of good players to work with.\u201d Notes: Wilton is in Pool B along with five other teams. Each team will play four pool games, with the top-three teams in the pool then advancing to the playoff round. The district champ advances to the state sectionals. Wilton\u2019s assistant coaches are Rich Cipri, Pete Condos and Ryan Phillips.