Good teams find a way to win. Which is exactly what the Wilton High baseball team did Wednesday\u00a0afternoon. Scoring three unearned runs, the Warriors edged host St. Joseph, 3-2, in Trumbull. It was the ninth\u00a0win in 10\u00a0games for Wilton, which is now 11-2 overall this season. The Warriors scored what turned out to be the winning run in the top of the third \u2014 without getting a hit. Jackson Ward reached on an error and eventually scored on a wild pitch. Ward also played a big role in the victory as Wilton's starting pitcher. He held the Cadets (5-8) to two runs before leaving with two runners on base \u2014 and a 3-1 count on the last St. Joseph batter he faced \u2014 in the bottom of the sixth. Reliever Sean McEwen then walked the inherited batter to load the bases with no outs. But McEwen struck out the next two batters and got a fly ball\u00a0to end the inning and keep the Warriors ahead. McEwen followed with a scoreless seventh inning to nail down the triumph for Wilton.