St. John's Edge derail Windsor Express with 15-point comeback

A big comeback for the St. John's Edge helped the team dig themselves out of a 15-point hole to win the game 112-108 in Windsor.

St. John's now 2nd in NBL Central Division, with a win loss record of 18-10

The St. John's Edge clawed back from a 15-point deficit to win Monday night's game against the Windsor Express.

A big comeback for the St. John's Edge helped the team dig themselves out of a 15-point hole to win the game 112-108 in Windsor.

A push by the team's offence resulted in 43 points scored in the third quarter.

Carl English was the top player for the Edge on Monday night with 26 points, three assists and one rebound. Alex Johnson finished with 17 points, 10 assists and five rebounds, while Charles Hinkle scored 23 points, 11 rebounds and 1 assist.

Ryan Reid, who has played with the Edge for only three games, had an impressive 16 points and seven rebounds in the win over the Express.

The Edge (18-10) now sit in second place in the NBL's Central Division. The defending 2017 champs London Lightning (19-8) are in first.

St. John's will continue its road trip with a game against the Kitchen-Waterloo Titans on Wednesday.