WESTFORD -- With two games left before the MIAA playoffs begin, the Nashoba Tech football team has put itself in strong position to advance.

High school football

The Vikings rolled to a 28-6 win over Minuteman on their home field and improved to 4-1 on the season.

Nashoba Tech will take on Greater Lowell Tech on Friday night in Westford. Greater Lowell is also 4-1 and the winner will likely sew up the Commonwealth Athletic Conference division championship.

Junior quarterback Jose Soba completed 11-of-17 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns for NT. He also rushed for 42 yards.

Junior Tyler Alden was responsible for 107 of those yards and he also hauled in an 8-yard TD pass. Soba connected with Randy Delva on a 19-yard score.

Senior Eli Norton paced the ground game with 113 yards on 19 rushes, and a 7-yard TD run to put the Vikings up 8-0 in the second quarter. Norton also played well at defensive end.

Luke McKenna added a 3-yard touchdown run and had a sack on defense. Delva kicked two extra points and Ryan Pearson ran in for a two-point conversion for NT.

After Minuteman (1-3) scored to make it 8-6, Nashoba Tech scored the game's final 20 points.

In other local high school football games last week, Ayer Shirley (4-1) resumed its winning ways with a 27-26 win over Murdock, while North Middlesex fell to Westboro 31-0.

Groton-Dunstable had the week off.

This week, Ayer Shirley hosts Lunenburg, North Middlesex takes on Nashoba Regional and Groton-Dunsable will entertain Marlboro.