MUSKEGON — Maybe it wasn’t pretty, but it got the job done for the Holton girls basketball team Monday night.

Despite missing many layups and two-foot shots, the Red Devils still managed to create enough turnovers by Orchard View, and get enough steals, to produce extra scoring opportunities and breezed to a 51-22 victory.

It was the Red Devils fourth straight win, while the Cardinals extended their losing streak to 11 straight.

“We just had a hard time converting the turnovers and steals into points,” Red Devils head coach Robert Jordan. “Probably our worst shooting night from a percentage standpoint.

“Another game where we took control in the second half, this is the fourth game in a row where it was close at half and we pulled away significantly in the second half.”

It was 23-15 at the half, but the Red Devils outscored the Cardinals, 29- 7 in the second half to put the game away.

“I like that we are closing out games, but would love to see a complete game sometime real soon,” added Jordan.

Courtney Boes had another strong game with 10 points, eight rebounds and seven steals. Abby Folwer had five assists and seven steals, and Ryann Robbins hauled down eight rebounds.

The Red Devils improved to 9-5 overall and they are scheduled to host MuskegonCatholic Central tonight (Tuesday).

Orchard View fell to 1-15 with the loss and is scheduled to host Ludington on Friday night.