Charlotte Rossi buried a penalty kick to pull her team to within a goal with more than 35 minutes on the clock. Chasing its third straight Class LL championship, Glastonbury (18-0-0) won its 58th consecutive game and will meet Wilton — which beat Westhill on penalty kicks — in Wednesday’s semifinals. The Wreckers hoped to contain the Tomahawks’ dangerous forwards early and strike on the counter, but Glastonbury struck with a goal inside six minutes. Caroline Bogue poked home a cross from a teammate out wide on a move that began with a long period of possession from the back line. Glastonbury — which is ranked No. 4 on Top Drawer Soccer’s public national poll — pulled away in a blink by scoring twice in a 1:04 span on goals from Emily Beard and Eden Baker after Rossi’s penalty gave the Wreckers hope. Bogue scored twice and had an assist in the win in the final home game for the decorated Tomahawks seniors. The positive season ended on a sour note for Staples (13-3-3), which reached the FCIAC semifinals and won a pair of games to reach the state quarterfinals for a second straight season.
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