Eagles Go Cold At The End, Lose To Montana St. 64-57

CHENEY (AP) — Eastern Washington didn’t score a basket in the final 6:11 in losing to Montana State 64-57 Thursday night in Cheney.

The Eagles lost to the Bobcats for the second time this season after leading by 12 points, 21-9, in the first half.

Eastern Washington saw its Big Sky Conference record drop to 3-6, while Montana State’s league mark improved to 5-3. The Eagles lost for the fifth time in six games.

Trey Gross and Brandon Moore led the Eagles with 12 points each.

Kellen Williams had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Eastern Washington, his ninth double-double of the season.

The Eagles played without leading scorer Adris DeLeon, who had the flu.