St. Thomas (2-1) outscored the Saints 33-15 from behind the arc. It used a 10-2 run to close the first half with a 38-30 lead. The Toms led led just 50-45 before using a 15-2 run to take full control.
Hedstrom, a Minnetonka High grad, finished with 15 points, six rebounds and four assists. Lindberg, a Wayzata High grad, added 13 points and three assists. Davis, a Hill-Murray High grad, played just 13 minutes but sank four treys to close with 12 points.
St. Thomas opens its MIAC and home seasons Nov. 29 against Concordia-Moorhead.