The North Middlesex Regional boys basketball team earned its first win of the season, taking down Lunenburg 62-51 in a game played in Townsend.
The Patriots were led by an 18-point effort from Jacob Talmer.
NM stormed out to a 40-27 halftime lead and never looked back.
N. Middlesex 37
Despite strong play from Tim Burson and Jake Richard, the Patriots fell at home in Townsend. Burson and Richard each tallied 8 points for North Middlesex.
Parker Charter 70
Keefe Tech 39
Led by Hayden Rios, who registered 22 points, Parker Charter rolled to the victory.
Adding 14 points for Parker was Patrick Kennedy.
Ayer Shirley 48
Dekae Ebika netted 16 points, but the Panthers fell at home. C.J. Holmes added 10 points for Ayer Shirley.
The Mid-Wach B title was up for grabs in this one as G-D fell short.
Senior Evan Cook had a team-high 18 points for the Crusaders. Brian Scott contributed 15 points and Connor Keegan added 10 points.
Nashoba Tech 44
Nashoba fell in an overtime thriller.
The Vikings were down by 3 with seven seconds to play in regulation when senior guard Sam Poston hit a deep triple to tie it. Sizer’s Jonathan Poole converted a put-back with five seconds remaining in overtime for the game-winner.
Poston led the Vikings with a team-high 14 points, while junior center Tyler Alden had 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Ayer Shirley 42
Despite 15-point performances from Dekae Ebika and C.J. Holmes, Ayer Shirley fell at home.
Parker Charter 44
Thalia Colhen was the high scorer for Parker Charter, which led Advanced Math & Science 27-17 at halftime.
Abby Eisenklam had 14 points to lead the Crusaders to the win. Hannah Wynn had 12 points for G-D. Emma Wilson scored 5 points.
North Middlesex 53
Kaitlyn Kleeman and Sara Murphy both scored 12 points for NM in the road win. Erin Bourgeois chipped in with 11 points for the Patriots.
N. Middlesex 2
North Middlesex scored the first two goals of the game but Algonquin took over from there, skating away with the win at NorthStar Ice Sports.
Caleb Amidon set up both NM goals, the first by Ryan Lavery and the second, which came on the power play, by Trent Costa.
Tyler Melanson made 22 saves in net for the Patriots.