The Wilton girls soccer team saw its season end on penalty kicks. After 100 scoreless minutes (80 in regulation and two 10-minute overtimes), third-seed Ridgefield converted six straight penalty kicks to edge second-seed Wilton in the FCIAC Central Region semifinals last Tuesday at Lilly Field. Wilton made its first five penalties before missing on its sixth attempt. Ashley Carbonier, Kira Howard, Emerson Patillo, Heather Plowright, and Maddie Wecker converted their penalty kicks for the Warriors, but Ridgefield substitute goalie Faith Arnold stopped Wilton\u2019s sixth attempt. Julia Bragg then converted her penalty kick to give Ridgefield the (0-0, 6-5 PKs) victory. \u201cOur PKs were really good and so were theirs,\u201d Wilton coach Renato Topalli said. \u201cTheir goalkeeper made the save that was the difference.\u201d Arnold, an All-State forward, took over in goal for the penalty kicks after Caroline Vilinskis received a red card for touching the ball outside the box with one second left in the second overtime. Vilinskis was filling in for first-team keeper Kelly Chittenden, who missed the game while recovering from a concussion. Wilton had a chance to go ahead in overtime when Plowright took a shot that went off the crossbar. \u201cWe had multiple opportunities ... two [one-on-one] opportunities, two free kicks [from the] top of [the] box, hit the crossbar, shots from 10 yards out ... and unfortunately couldn't convert,\u201d Topalli said. \u201cThe girls played well defensively and in possession.\u201d Erynn Floyd made seven saves in goal for the Warriors, who finished the abbreviated season with a 5-3-2 record. \u201cI thought we made the most of it,\u201d Topalli said about the COVID-shortened season. \u201cReally proud of the girls pushing through a tough season given everything that has happened in 2020 and in the Wilton community recently. We were in the most competitive [FCIAC] region and finished second.\u201d Notes: The FCIAC Central finals between Ridgefield and top-seed Staples were postponed and then cancelled due to a spike in COVID-19 cases at Staples. The teams were declared co-champs.