The Brookfield Central girls basketball team crushed Racine Park, 76-29, in a nonconference game on Saturday to win their third straight game for the first time ever under coach Dan Wandrey.
The Lancers (3-0), host Slinger on Tuesday, travel to Sussex Hamilton (1-2) on Friday and Brookfield East (1-3) on Dec. 17 as they open Greater Metro Conference action.
The Park game was over after the officials threw the ball up, as Central used a 20-7 first quarter to race to a 42-13 halftime advantage. A 22-5 third quarter made it 64-18 lead rolling into the final quarter against the Panthers (2-1).
"We played 10 girls and they all scored," Wandrey said. "We played well."
Lydia Rohde scored 14 points and freshman point guard Caroline Busch drained three three-pointers and scored 13 points. Emma Brauer and Rachel Kolb had eight points each.
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