The Lynn Parks and Recreation Summer Basketball League continued Monday with six tilts across its three divisions.
In the elementary school division, Meninno Construction and John “Jay” Walsh both grabbed victories in wire-to-wire contests. Led by 17 points each from Geo Jean and Farhan Abujar, Meninno Construction snuck past Community Development for a 50-46 win. Cameron Thorton of Community Development led all scorers with 42 points. John “Jay” Walsh did just enough for a 30-29 win over Lynn Housing Authority. Ethan Crespo led Lynn Housing Authority with 10 points, while Reshaun Rucker’s 14 points paced John “Jay” Walsh.
In the middle school division, Ram Electrical and Old Neighborhood were the two victors. Omri Merryman’s 29 points led Ram Electrical to a 65-54 win over Lynn Housing Authority. Dakari Eam was Lynn Housing Authority’s leading scorer with 24 points. Santino Oyola’s 17 points drove Old Neighborhood to a 48-46 win over D’Andreo Brothers. Glorie Kabongo scored 14 points for D’Andreo Brothers.
In high school action, Old Mill Realty defeated Fred Hogan by a 59-54 margin. Leading scorers were Old Mill Realty’s Oliver Gravely (15 points) and Fred Hogan’s Aaron Vizcaino (23 points).
Mayor Thomas McGee defeated Lynn Teachers Union 67-49. Joaquin Crespo (Mayor Thomas McGee) and Jayden Thornton (Lynn Teachers Union) scored 22 points each in the final tilt of the night.
Also in action Monday was the All-Girls Park and Recreation League. Lazy Dog defeated Lynn City Council by a 38-28 margin and Mayor McGee defeated Teamsters, 48-43.