Montana gets back on track against College of Idaho
MISSOULA, Mont. —
Before the College of Idaho settled down enough to realize what happened, the Montana Grizzlies had already jumped out to a 14-2 lead.
The Coyotes tried to right the ship when Gibson Berryhill hit a couple 3-pointers in a row, but too many Grizzlies were firing on all cylinders. Montana dominated throughout the first half and led 48-22 going into the break. They rode it out in the second half, winning for the first time in three games, 80-52 over the Coyotes.
Ahmaad Rorie and Sayeed Pridgett lead the may for Montana with 17 points on 7-11 and 8-10 shooting, respectively. Bobby Moorehead also contributed with 14 points, going three for seven from 3-point range.
Montana heads to UC Irvine Dec. 8 looking to get a win streak back and rolling.