The Lynn Summer Basketball League continued on Tuesday afternoon with six games over three divisions.
In the elementary school division, Lynn Housing Authority defeated Menino Construction 41-37 in the first game of the day. Darnell Diaz led Lynn Housing Authority with 11 points, while Farrah Abukar had 18 points to lead the way for Menino Construction.
In the second elementary game, Community Development just barely edged Councilor John Jay Walsh 31-30. Rashaun Rucker had 15 points to lead the way for Community Development, while Rowan Merryman led Councilor John Jay Walsh with 17 points.
The first middle school game of the day saw Dandreo Brothers General Construction take down A. James Lynch Insurance Agency 76-73. Preston Calman scored 31 points to lead Dandreo Brothers, while Armarni Medina scored 24 points to lead the offense for A. James Lynch Insurance.
In the second middle school game, Old Neighborhood Foods earned a 54-51 win over Ram Electric. Lionel Rivera scored 24 points to lead the way for Old Neighborhood Foods, while Matthew Corrillo led Ram Electric with 22 points.
In the high school division, Lynn Teachers Union Local 1037 earned a 76-61 win over Mayor Thomas McGee. Lou Rivera led Lynn Teachers Union Local 1037 with 20 points.
And in the final game of the day, Old Mill Realty earned a 62-48 win over Councilor Fred Hogan. Natural Allen had 18 points to lead the way for Old Mill Realty, while Raymer Morisies had 14 points to lead the Councilor Fred Hogan offense.
The Lynn Summer Basketball League will continue for the rest of this week before the playoffs start next week. The championship game is set for Thursday. All players must make sure they attend next week.