Two more assists were all Grace Scalzo needed for a triple-double Tuesday.

The Bradford girls basketball player finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in a 65-41 non-conference victory over visiting Central.

Sydney Strelow finished with 27 points for the Red Devils (5-10), who won for just the second time in their last eight outings.

Central (2-12) trailed, 31-13, at halftime to lose its eighth consecutive game.

The Falcons were led by Meghan McNealy and Siera Sieberth, who each totaled 11 points.

South Milwaukee 73, Indian Trail 38

The Hawks (3-11) suffered their ninth loss in their last 10 games after getting outscored, 53-14, in the first half of a non-conference road game.

Kendall Wilhelmson finished with 19 points for Indian Trail, but no other teammate had more than five points.

Five girls finished with at least nine points for the Rockets.

Elkhorn 51, Christian Life 15

The Eagles (4-9) were held to just five first-half points en route to losing their eighth straight game. They were led by Devin Liebich’s eight points.

St. Francis 31, Reuther 16

The Mariners snapped a six-game losing streak by holding host Reuther to just two points in the first half.

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Indian Trail 85, Young Coggs Prep 60

The host Hawks snapped a six-game losing streak to improve to 4-8 by winning for the first time since Dec. 15.

Indian Trail put up 51 points in the second half and got a season-high 23 points from Josh Brown. Ezra Stargell, Jac’quay Terrien and T’Juan Bradford each added 10 points.

The Hawks also attempted 20 more free throws than their opponent and went 17-for-25 from the line.

Martin Luther 68, St. Joseph 31

The host Spartans, ranked second in the state in Division-3 by the coaches’ association, claimed their 12th straight victory to improve to 12-1 (7-0 in the Metro Classic).

The Lancers (3-9, 1-5) dropped their sixth game in a row thanks to a 44-13 halftime deficit.

They were led by Bryan Leconte and Sergio Nanu, who each had seven points.

But St. Joseph made just seven field goals all night.

Racine Lutheran 55, Shoreland Lutheran 48

The visiting Pacers trailed by just a point at halftime, but Racine Lutheran pulled away with a 30-24 advantage in the final 18 minutes to pick up the MCC victory.

Noah Garcia knocked down four 3-pointers and finished with 15 points to lead Shoreland (4-8, 1-6), followed by Noah Ahles with 10.

Ryan Hoover had 16 points to lead Racine Lutheran (6-6, 3-4), followed by Brent Ogden with 15.

Dave Boehler, Dan Truttschel