Posted On: 02/4/20 11:23 AM

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St. Thomas Aquinas looked to defend home court in the GMC and that is exactly what they did against Middlesex. The Trojans outscored Middlesex by three in each of the first three quarters. With a nine point lead heading into the fourth, St. Thomas Aquinas was able to extend. They outscored Middlesex 17-9 in the final eight minutes to pick up a 68-5 victory. Here are five key questions after watching the game.

How do you stop Quadry Adams?

This is a question that opposing defenses have been trying to figure out all season long. The Wake Forest commit finished with 21 points in this win and did not knock down a three-pointer. That is not a negative on Adams. He is a capable shooter. If anything, it is a testament to his game because he can put up points in bunches without the three-point line. Adams is one of the best ball handlers in the state. He pairs quickness with elusiveness and it an impossible cover out on the perimeter. The only way to slow him down is to really lock in on defense and consider sending a second defender his

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