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Montana State edges Portland State 69-64
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BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Paul Egwuonwu scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Montana State to a 69-64 victory over Portland State Saturday night.
MSU opened with a 16-6 run but Portland State responded with a 22-5 run to lead 28-21 at 6:40 in the first. The game was tied 32-32 at halftime.
The Vikings struck again to open the second, taking the lead on a Gary Winston layup to open the half then running the score to 45-37. With the Vikings holding onto a 55-51 edge, the Bobcats mounted a 12-0 run to retake lead, 63-55, with 3:17 left. Holm, Colbert and Antonio Biglow combined for 6 of 6 from the line in the final minutes for the win.
Kyle Richardson had 11 points with 11 rebounds for PSU (11-10, 6-6)
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