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January 28. 2013 10:49PM

Gorham boys upset Profile

Hunter Lambertson tallied 21 points, including six in the final quarter, as Gorham shocked Profile of Bethlehem 51-44 in a boys' basketball contest Monday. Gorham (3-9) lost to Profile. 67-48 earlier this season. Profile is 9-2.

Trailing by a point entering the final period, Gorham outscored the Patriots 16-8 as Lambertson and Sam Jensen (13 points) each had six points in the final eight minutes. Lambertson scored seven of his team's first 12 points and had 13 in the second half.

"We played team defense and for us, this is the time we have to make something happen if we want to make the tournament," said Gorham coach Bill Goodrich. "It either happens now or it doesn't." Zach Burns led Profile with 19 points and Ian Baker added 10 in the loss.


AT GORHAM

Gorham 51, Profile 44

Profile: Bailey Johhson 1-1-3; Zach Knowlton 2-0-4; Zach Burns 8-1-19; Ian Baker 4-0-10; Brad Weekes 3-2-8 Totals: 18-4-44

Three pointers: Burns 2, Baker 2

Gorham: Hunter Lambertson 8-5-21; Kyle Boisselle 2-0-5; Sam Jensen 4-3-13; Brady Broillette 1-0-2; Chris Desfosses 3-1-7; Daniel Legendre 1-0-2 Totals: 19-9-51

Three-pointers: Lambertson, Boisselle, Jensen

Profile (9-2) 9 8 19 8 - 44
Gorham (3-9) 12 13 10 16 - 51


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