BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Davion Berry scored 20 points and Jordan Richardson 19 and Weber State ended a two-game skid to remain atop the Big Sky Conference by blasting Montana State 86-68 on Saturday night.
Jeremy Senglin added 12 points and Joel Bolomboy matched his season average of 11 rebounds for the Wildcats who landed 58 percent from the field, and hit 10-of-17 3-pointers while Montana managed just two of eight from beyond the arc.
Weber State (15-9, 12-4) jumped out to a nine-point halftime advantage and increased that lead to as many as 18 as the second period came to a close. The Bobcats grabbed 15 offensive boards (the Wildcats just six) in preventing an even larger point spread.
Flavien Davis scored 15 and Paul Egwuonwu recorded 14 points for Montana State (13-14, 8-8), which needed a victory to remain in a five-way tie for 3rd place in the conference.
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