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Lambton Men Come From Behind in Home Opener Win
thursday october 30, 2014


The Lambton Men got off to a slow start in their home opener on Wednesday as they were trailing 34-26 at the half but bounced back and went on and defeated Fanshawe 75-62.

"We played a pretty scared first half," says Coach James Grant of the Lions who trailed by eight heading into the break.

"We made some adjustments during the half time talk and came out strong. The third quarter was our best of the year, by far."

#3 Jason Marshall was the top point scorer for Lambton scoring 30 points that included five three pointers.  Bradon Padgett scored 19 and Lambton's top scorer Mike Lucier scored 15.

"A credit to our guys for not giving in against a tough Fanshawe defense for the entire game. That is what it's going to take to win. Every trip we need to move the ball, trust each other, and get back on defence. We did that in the second half today and it worked out."


Chris Stanhope was the leading scorer for Fanshawe with 33 points.


The men are now 2 - 1 for the season.


The Lambton teams are back in action on Sunday November 9 when they host Humber College.  Women's game is set to begin at 1:00 pm and the Men at 3:00 pm.








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