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Sluggish start costs St. John's Edge in Windsor

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They're outscored 39-13 in opening quarter, eventually lose by 19 points in first game of Ontario road trip

If you were thinking the St. John’s Edge might start slowly in their first game back after a 12-day break in their National Basketball League of Canada schedule, you were proven right on Friday night in Windsor, Ont.

The Edge were outscored 39-13 by the Windsor Express in the opening quarter of the contest, and although St. John’s eventually got straightened away, it wasn’t enough for a comeback Windsor won 112-93.

Six different players scored in double figures for St. John’s (11-8), but none had more than Ahmad Thomas’s 14.

League-leading rebounder Montay Brandon pumped out another double-double for the Edge with 12 points and 16 boards.

Chris Jones had 22 points for Windsor (10-11), while Quinnel Brown added 17 for the home side.

St. John’s continues what will be a six-game, two-week road trip in Ontario when they take on the KW Titans in Kitchener tonight

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