Eagles hold Lewiston to zero points in 1st quarter for lopsided 75-33 win

WINDHAM — Nick Curtis went past the 1,000-point mark for his career and finished with 29 points and seven assists Saturday, leading Windham to a 75-33 victory over Lewiston in a Class AA North boys’ basketball game.

Windham (11-5) took control early, leading 18-0 after the first quarter and 37-12 at halftime. Curtis got his 1,000th point in the fourth quarter.

Mike Gilman added 21 points and three steals.

Garret Poussard, Hassan Hussein and Khadar Heban each scored six points for Lewiston (2-15).


The Windham Eagle

By Matt Pascarella


The Eagles start strong, blocking Lewiston from scoring early on. Windham didn’t let up, keeping Lewiston scoreless throughout the entire first quarter. Nick Curtis #3 and Mike Gilman #24 were steadily putting points on the scoreboard. Windham was capitalizing on any Lewiston mistakes.

Despite Windham’s lead, they were showing Lewiston they were a team not to be messed with.

Half: 37-12, Windham

Windham began the second half with force. Nick Curtis became the second player to hit a thousand points in his high school career. Windham continued to pressure and was up by 30 at one point in the third quarter. The Eagles were showing Lewiston no mercy.

In the fourth quarter, Windham kept it going. Then they were up by 40 with a little over 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter.

At the buzzer, the final was: 75-33, Windham.

“Our guys came in pretty focused and ready to go,” said Coach Chad Pulkkinen. “As a Windham alumni and a Windham resident, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Windham team keep a team scoreless in a quarter; that was impressive by our guys. They took the challenge to really step up their defense and did a good job there. Nick had a special moment joining the 1,000 Point Club and he really deserves it.”

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