Gray dropped in a game-best 17 points to help the Fliers topped the Chargers 54-39.
Clyde (4-3, 2-2 SBC) is .500 in the SBC after dropping its previous two league games, while Edison (1-6, 1-4) dropped a third straight contest overall.
The Fliers hoped to use their pace up and down the floor against the Chargers, seeking out points on fastbreaks and transitions to turn defense into offense and avoid a sluggish start.
Edison’s Luke Frankboner scored 13 points when the shots finally started falling for the Chargers — a team that was second in the league in shooting through its first seven games at 52.2 percent from the floor.
Though Gray was the only player in double figures for Clyde, his passing to Clayton Farrar and Paul Cullen on the perimeter created enough scoring balance.
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