Entering Monday night\u2019s game in Trumbull fighting for its postseason life, the Wilton High girls soccer team picked a good time to play its best game of the season. Lindsay Groves scored the game\u2019s only goal early in the second half and the Warriors held on for a 1-0 win to improve to 6-5 on the season. It was the second straight win for Wilton, which was coming off a 5-0 win at Bridgeport Central last Friday. \u201cWe knew that all our games now are must wins. I think the girls knew that. They worked very hard,\u201d said Wilton head coach Renato Topalli of Monday's win. \u201cI think it was our most complete game, from the defensive side to the attacking side.\u201d Trumbull (6-2-3) had entered the game tied for fifth in the FCIAC playoff standings. It was Wilton\u2019s first win over a top-tier FCIAC rival, after earlier losses to Staples, St. Joseph, Fairfield Warde, Darien and Ridgefield. The win left the Warriors tied with New Canaan in ninth place, one point behind Fairfield Ludlowe for the final FCIAC playoff spot. The team\u2019s schedule down the stretch includes Greenwich (4-7-1), Danbury (3-7-2), McMahon (7-2-2), Stamford (0-11) and Ludlowe (5-2-4). \u201cThe season is going to be over in about two weeks. We don\u2019t want the season to end in two weeks,\u201d said Topalli. He said the Warriors came into Monday\u2019s game still stinging from last Wednesday\u2019s 2-0 loss at Ridgefield \u2014 a game they felt should have had a better outcome. Wilton came out strong on Monday and had the better of the play in the first half, he said, but couldn\u2019t find the back of the net despite multiple scoring chances. Groves finally broke the deadlock about 10 minutes into the second half, with a shot from the right side. \u201cIt was a beautiful shot,\u201d said Topalli. The Eagles has some good chances as well in the game, with goal Taylor Floyd made some key stops in the slippery conditions. After Groves scored, the Warriors did a good job protecting the 1-0 lead. \u201cWhat we did well was really pressure them up high and not let them create any chances. Our forwards did a really nice job,\u201d said Topalli. \u201cWhen they did get the ball into our defensive third, we were organized and won the first and second balls and the one-on-one battles we needed to win.\u201d He praised the play of center back Chloe Zimmermann for leading the defensive effort. \u201cShe was outstanding in the back and cleaned up anything that came in her direction, and kept us poised defensively,\u201d he said. \u201cThe whole team just stepped to play an incredible game.\u201d In the team\u2019s 5-0 at Central last Friday, the Warriors were led by Groves and Sophie Sudano with two goals each, and Paisley Eagan with one goal.