Senior Darci Byington scored two goals and assisted on another while goalkeeper Katie Stepsis stood tall in the second half to lead No 13 Fairfield Warde to a 4-0 victory over the 20th-seeded Eagles in the qualifying round of the Class L state field hockey tournament Monday afternoon at Warde\u2019s Tetreau-Davis Field. But this was a rare occasion where both teams came away feeling victorious. Warde (9-6-1) moved on to a first-round matchup with No. 4 Conard Wednesday in West Hartford while Trumbull (7-10 overall) celebrated its finest season since 2008 \u2013 the last time the Eagles qualified for the state tournament. \u201cWe had a lot of corners and a lot of shots on goal but we just couldn\u2019t turn them into points on the scoreboard,\u201d Trumbull coach Cindy Gallucci said. \u201cBut in no way does that take away from what we\u2019ve accomplished this year and what we\u2019re poised to do next year.\u201d Trumbull qualified for the state tournament with a 2-1 victory over Warde on Senior Night at McDougall Stadium in the final home game of the regular season. Unfortunately, the Eagles ended up getting a tough draw for the opening round, forced to play those same FCIAC rivals bent on revenge. \u201cThat night we beat them, it was our turn,\u201d Gallucci said. \u201cThis time, it was their turn. They really came out ready to play.\u201d See the next edition of the Times for complete game story.