For almost 69 minutes in Monday's game against Trumbull, the Wilton High boys soccer team could not breach the goal line. But when the Warriors finally did score, the goals came in a flurry.

Visiting Wilton ripped off three scores in the span of eight minutes to emerge with a 3-2 victory over the Eagles in Trumbull.

Wilton had many chances to go ahead in the game but just couldn't finish in the final few yards of the field. Trumbull scored in the 29th minute of play to carry a 1-0 lead into the half.

The Warriors knotted the score at 1-1 with a transition goal by Chauncey Allers, assisted by Josh Reeve, with 11 minutes left to play. Wilton then went ahead 2-1 with seven minutes left went Jack Brandt’s pass found Oliver Quantock for the score. And with just three minutes remaining, a corner kick high in the box was blistered into the net by Matt Przybysz.

With a two-goal lead, the Warriors lost their focus and let Trumbull march down the field for a score with 1:35 to play. The Eagles kept the pressure on, but the Warriors held on for the win.

The victory puts the Warriors' record at 9-3-3 with one game remaining in the regular season and runs their unbeaten streak to seven games (4-0-3).