Trumbull High began the season with a visit to FCIAC opponent Wilton last Thursday night. The host Warriors, in their second meet of the slate, prevailed 134.1-127.25. Wilton\u2019s Jess Olin won the all around with a score of 35.45. \u201cI think we did well. We have a young team this year \u2014 a lot of freshmen,\u201d said Trumbull coach Celina Huber, who has five ninth-graders on the roster. \u201cWe have room to improve. It\u2019s going to get better each meet.\u201d Trumbull\u2019s Merritt Stevenson finished first on bars with a score of 8.85, second on vault with a 9.0 and third on the floor with an 8.75. Stevenson placed third in the all around with a score of 34.5. Leah Cody had a 7.9 on vault, 7.2 on bars, 8.0 on beam and 8.1 on the floor. Farrah Hass scored a 7.5 on vault, 6.3 on bars and 7.55 on the floor. Allie Koch had a 7.7 vaulting. Gillian Primavera recorded a 7.8 on vault, a 7.35 on bars, 8.1 on beam and 7.8 on the floor. Rachel Kaptenia scored a 6.6 on bars, 6.2 on beam and 7.1 on floor. Maggie Williamson had a 7.4 on vault and 7.5 on beam. Talia Lalli had a 7.55 on bars, 7.7 on beam and 7.45 on floor. \u201cWe did really well on beam,\u201d said Trumbull captain Chantal Boyd, sidelined with an injury at the start of the year. St Joseph had two competitors in the meet: Lindsay Capobianco and Schuyler Tomey. Capobianco and Tomey finished one-two in the balance beam event with scores of 9.2 and 9.0, respectively. Tomey was second in the all around with a four-event score of 34.9. \u201cIt\u2019s really fun having St Joe\u2019s on the road with us,\u201d said Huber, adding that the girls from Trumbull and St. Joe\u2019s are friends.