GORHAM – For three quarters Tuesday night, the Gorham Rams boys basketball team plugged away. They trailed the visiting Windham Eagles after one quarter, 11-6. After a seesaw second period, the score was even, 19-19. Then, more back-and-forth in the third quarter, which also ended even, 30-30. Finally, in the fourth quarter, the Rams began to assert themselves, scoring seven unanswered points, including a three-pointer from Corey Nadeau, to open a lead and give themselves some breathing room on their way to a 47-35 win.

The Rams (4-5) were led by Elliot Spiers with 15 points, including a break-away dunk in the first half. Nadeau added 9 points – all three-point shots – and Dan Holmes contributed eight points.

The Eagles (2-6) got 16 points from Dylan Weisser, including two 3-point shots.

Gorham senior tri-captain Dan Holmes has the ball knocked away from behind on a drive, but regains possession and maintains his composure to make the lay-in basket for two of his eight points.
Windham senior forward Dylan Weisser goes up from behind the arc early in the game for a 3-point basket.
Windham senior forward Jacopo Secchi controls himself and the ball under intense pressure for a fast-break, no-foul-called basket.
Gorham senior forward Elliot Spiers takes a feed in the low post and rolls in a basket off his finger tips for for two of his team-leading 15 points.


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