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Big Sky basketball: Montana beats North Dakota, keeps pace in Big Sky race

Associated Press

Jordan Gregory scored 18 points, Martin Breunig chipped in 15 and Montana held on to beat North Dakota 65-61 on Thursday night in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

UND pulled within 63-61 with 17.7 seconds to play. Montana’s Fabijan Krslovic forced a turnover, and the Grizzlies then made two free throws to seal it.

Jaron Nash scored 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting, and grabbed nine rebounds to lead North Dakota.

Montana has won eight of its last ten games.

Idaho State 80, Northern Arizona 66: Chris Hansen finished with 24 points as the Bengals cruised to victory over the Lumberjacks in Pocatello.

Hansen shot 4 of 6 from distance and led Idaho State with seven rebounds.

Montana State 90, Northern Colorado 87: Michael Dison scored 23 points on 10-of-15 shooting and added seven rebounds to help lead the Bobcats past the Bears in Greely, Colorado, snapping a five-game losing streak.

Leading 75-72 with 3:32 left, Montana State scored seven straight, highlighted by a Marcus Colbert 3-pointer, to stretch its lead to 10.

Cameron Michael led the Bears with 24 points.

Southern Utah 65, Weber State 56: A.J. Hess led a balanced attack with 14 points as the Thunderbirds defeated the Wildcats in Ogden, Utah.

Casey Oliverson, Trey Kennedy and Tyler Rawson had 10 points each for SUU, which ended a five-game losing streak.

Big SkyOverall
E. Washington101195
Sacramento St.102167
N. Arizona741212
N. Colorado751211
Portland State571111
Weber State571013
North Dakota48815
S. Utah38616
Idaho State39618
Montana State210519

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