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    ´╗┐Wilton Youth Soccer Roundup The 2016 season kicked off for the U10 Girls Blue team in Farmington, CT at the Bernie Ward Labor Day Shootout. At the end of the two day event, the Wilton girls finished at the top of their division, taking home the first place prize. The first game vs. Farmington provided Wilton with a 2 1 victory. Farmington scored in the first half but Wilton defense lead by , Abbey Byrnes and Lia Lombardi held them in the second half, allowing Wilton to score, followed up by an indirect nike flyknit racer kick by which bounced off the cross bar and right into perfect position for Casey to rebound it and drill the ball into the net. Next game vs. Western United was another victory with Olivia Koziol scoring again and notching a goal for Wilton. The team dominated on offense with the help of Giuliana Scaturchio, and . Returning on Sunday, Wilton faced off against West Hartford, but they were no match for Wilton who outscored them 4 0. Earning points were Riley Casey, Olivia Koziol, and Kate Lane. played solid defense helping Wilton earn the shut out. In the final game, Wilton beat Glastonbury Hartwell with a final score of 7 0. Grace Costa was on fire scoring three goals. Also racking up points were Riley Casey, Kate Johnson, Olivia Koziol and Annalise Lamanna. Wilton Blue kicked off the season in impressive fashion at the Fairfield FAST tournament, scoring a total of 27 goals and conceding only 3. Wilton first defeated Darien 7 1, followed by Trumbull United 6 0, Westport 7 1, and finally the Fairfield hosts again by the score of 7 1 to remain undefeated. Wilton Blue exhibited tremendous teamwork and poise from the opening whistle, and the combination of constant pressure, stalwart defense, and excellent passing to maintain possession kept opponents on their heels. Highlights included outstanding tackles by Cooper Buchichio and Brad Mallory, and a beautiful assist by to for the latter first of nine goals on the day. Leading scorers also included (11), (4), and , Nolan Milhoua, and Eamonn Zadourian each contributed a goal. This talented team will undoubtedly be a force during upcoming league play. Impressive start with a 4 1 win over Ridgefield with Addison Pattilo, Kaitlyn Zizzadoro, Riley Fitzgerald Molly Kaeyer all scoring in addition to several solid shots on goal by Isabel nike 3m jacket Barbieri, Alexa Furst Cosette Lepore. With a stacked defense and midfield of Morgan Breakey, , , , Furst, Kaeyer, Lepore the team displayed their skills and determination to keep the ball moving up the field and out of our opponents scoring range. Fitzgerald Zizzadoro had shots on Harrison but Brooke Aleksiejczyk scored Wilton only goal in the 2nd game to tie with Harrison. Aleksiejczyk, Patillo and Hughes equally displayed fierce goal keeping skills throughout the tourney, making several great saves. Wilton met their rivals, New Canaan in the finals. Barbieri sunk Wilton only goal while the team worked hard keep the ball moving. Aleksiejczyk, in goal, made several impressive saves but in the end lost to New Canaan 2 1. The Girls 2007 White team kicked off their season at the John Jay Labor Day tournament. The girls showed great focus, communication and teamwork as they defeated New Canaan 2 1, Ridgefield 6 1 and tied John Jay 1 1. led the scoring with a total of six goals. , Abby Phelan and Mia Sommer also contributed goals. , and , Elizabeth Crocitto, and played aggressive defense which resulted in minimal scoring opportunities for their opponents. Sommer, Ratcliffe and Burke made great saves as goalies during nike shoes houston the tournament. Great job 2007 White and good luck this season! After starting off the Nike Bernie Ward Labor Day Shootout with an uninspiring loss, the Wilton Blue U10 boys rattled off 3 consecutive wins to finish 4th overall. In their Saturday morning opener, the boys looked rusty and failed to convert despite creating chances against a talented NEConn team. In the afternoon, the boys jumped out to an early lead and then hung on against a very deep team from Middletown, finishing Saturday with a 1 1 record. Wilton Blue turned up the heat on Sunday, starting with a very impressive win against AC Connecticut. After a nail biting first half that ended at 0 0, their relentless effort led to 5 goals in the second half and a clean sheet. The script for their final game against Farmington followed suit an offensive eruption following a halftime draw to win 6 0. Throughout the highly competitive tournament the Wilton U10 boys showed why they will be a tough team to beat this season. They were the top defensive team in the tournament, conceding the fewest goals with 4 different goaltenders (Luke Perna, , , ), stout defending from Jack Barker, , , Stefano Cross and relentless effort from Finn Burke at center defensive midfield. The team showed equal tenacity and versatility on the offensive end, playing an unselfish style of soccer that led to 7 different players finding the back of the net (Alessandro Ochoa, , Cross, Backman, Perna, Roy and Solomon). The Girls team started their season off an beautiful fall like day at the John Jay Labor Day Tournament in South Salem, New York. Three games were played against New Canaan, Scarsdale, NY and Ridgefield. Teagan Stengrim, and played in goalie for the three games, while and played a strong defense. and hussled on the field as strikers alongside forwards , Sadie Klyver, and Abby Stengrim. Abby Stengrim scored Wilton first goal during the New Canaan game while Ella Breitenbach and Mary Kate Doyle each scored for Wilton against Ridgefield.