Both father and son Kerry Glovers - they have different middle names - agreed that Susquehanna Township (3-6) was the first team they've faced all season that could match the Tide in terms of running the floor. ST also sat in a 2-3 zone all night.
Still, Monday was a good test for an unbeaten Columbia bunch with high aspirations.
"I tell my guys all the time I'll take games like this over 25- or 30-point wins," coach Glover said. "You need to learn something. We got tougher. We got better."