The St. Bernard’s boys basketball team evened its record at 6-6 with a 53-38 win over Collegiate Charter School of Lowell on Monday evening.
The Bernardians will next face West Boylston at the Activity Center on Wednesday night.
Nashoba 74, St. Paul 60: Jacob Belsanti had 23 points and Jack Lagarde chipped in with 21 as the Wolves improved to 9-2.
Monty Tech 62, Narragansett 41: Jaden Jones had 16 points to lift the Bulldogs (7-6) past the Warriors.
Gardner 60, Ayer-Shirley 57: Brian Holmes and Cam Marshall each had 15 points for the Panthers (8-5).
Ayer-Shirley 48, Gardner 31: Ava Murphy poured in a game-high 19 points for the Panthers (9-2, 6-1 Mid-Wach D).
Maddie Davis added 13 points and Maleah Figueroa scored nine points in the victory.
Nashoba 57, St. Paul 23: The win lifts the Wolves to 9-2.
North Middlesex 59, Fitchburg 41: Julia Landry poured in a game-high 21 points to pace the Patriots. Caitlin O’Brien added eight points in the win.
The Red Raiders (1-12) were led by Beautiful Sanchez, who scored 10 points, while MJ Thammachak and Gianna Calderon each had nine. Gianexis Santiago chipped in with eight points.
Indoor track and field
Fitchburg High’s Stephen Bate and the girls 4×200 relay team impressed at the MSTCA Coaches Invite Sunday in Duxbury.
Bate, a senior, placed third in the high jump with a leap of 6-0 and also claimed fifth in the long jump with a distance of 20-11.
The girls relay team of Julianna Ortiz, Fiona Palmer, Brianna Demers and MacKenzie Roy competed in the inaugural Nick DiPilato 4×200, running a race dedicated to coach Sara DiPilato Lamey’s father.