The Wilton High girls basketball team buried Danbury, 67-25, on Thursday night at the Zeoli Field House for its\u00a013th\u00a0consecutive win. It's the third straight year that Wilton has beaten the Hatters in the regular season; however, Danbury has eliminated the Warriors the past\u00a0two years in the FCIAC playoffs. Wilton (13-1) opened the game with a 16-2 run and never looked back, taking a 20-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. Danbury senior Allie Smith scored all of her team\u2019s first-quarter points. Wilton's Makenna Pearsall hit two baskets to start the second quarter, with the second bucket\u00a0a layup off a steal for a\u00a025-9 lead. Pearsall and Karen Brosko led the Warrior charge in the period, giving the\u00a0hosts a 38-11 halftime lead. Brosko had 16 first-half points, on her way to a career-high 19 points, while Pearsall added 11 points before halftime. "We had good ball movement tonight and we moved it around until we found the open player,\u201d said Brosko. \u201cWe had extra energy tonight because we were playing Danbury, a team that had ended our FCIAC season two years in a row." Brosko said\u00a0that even though\u00a0Wilton's roster is basically the same as last year's, there is a notable difference. \u201cOur team chemistry is better this year," she said, "and we're going to have to control our nerves, stay focused, and don\u2019t fold under pressure in the post-season this year to advance further." It appeared that the Hatters' game plan was to shut down Wilton\u2019s two top scorers, Erin Cunningham and Erica Meyer. Danbury did keep\u00a0Meyer in check for the first half, but the Warriors\u00a0worked the ball around the court and Pearsall and Brosko stepped up their games. Brosko and Pearsall had\u00a0several baskets on\u00a0open weak-side layups or short jumpers. The Warriors\u00a0stretched\u00a0their lead to as many\u00a0as 30 points at 43-13, and held a 50-25 advantage\u00a0after three quarters. Wilton then shut out Danbury in the final eight minutes of the game, and\u00a0Cunningham scored Wilton\u2019s final eight points to finish with a game-high 23 points. \u201cThe girls are playing with a lot of pride and poise, which is different from last year,\u201d said\u00a0Wilton head coach Jaclyn Porco.\u201cThey\u2019re all working toward a common goal and they don\u2019t want to let each other down. They are staying focused and are building confidence as the season has gone on.\u00a0But the team knows that in this league it\u2019s anyone\u2019s game to win and that they have to be at their best to get the\u00a0win." Meyer finished with seven points, eight rebounds, and five assists. Pearsall added seven rebounds and four assists, and Brosko had six rebounds. Haley English had seven points, six assists, and six steals. Smith finished the game with 15 points for Danbury.