FINDLAY -- Solid defense and accurate 3-point shooting was the recipe for success Friday night as the host Findlay Trojans spoiled St. John's Jesuit's hopes of a perfect run through the Three Rivers Athletic Conference boys basketball schedule.
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The Trojans (15-4, 9-3 TRAC), who were 8 for 14 (57 percent) on 3-pointers, got 19 points from guard Michael Clark, and 17 points and eight rebounds from forward Adam Twining in taking a 63-57 victory over the Titans (15-5, 11-1).
Findlay connected on six of its eight 3-point attempts in the second half after taking a 24-23 lead to halftime.
St. John's was led by Anthony Glover Jr. with 16 points, Parker Ernsthausen had 12, and Gabe Kynard added 10.
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