Despite an off-night shooting, the Warriors played tough defense and posted a 44-26 victory over Warde.
Wilton is now 9-2 overall and 7-2 in the conference.
Warde also shot poorly and committed 20 turnovers, many unforced, limiting its scoring opportunities.
The Mustangs held the lead a few times in the first quarter, but the Warriors fought back to knot the score at 11-11 after one.
Wilton totally dominated in the second quarter, outscoring Warde, 16-2, to carry a 27-13 lead into the break. The Warriors were ahead 24-13 with just 2.3 seconds to play when they inbounded the ball under their own basket. The pass went to Casey Pearsall, who took a couple of quick dribbles and banked in a three-pointer from halfcourt just as the buzzer went off to end the first half.
Warde came out in the third period and cut the Warrior lead to 10 points, 34-24, at the end of the quarter. Wilton again took over in the final eight minutes, outscoring the Mustangs, 10-2.
Erin Cunningham (16 points) and Pearsall (14) provided the offense for the Warriors. Pearsall also led her team with 15 rebounds and was a perfect 9-for-9 from the foul line.
Wilton head coach Jaclyn Porco said her team needs to be more consistent. “We know we have a lot of things to work on,” she said. “We work on our weaknesses in practice and have to carry that over to the court.”