CHENEY, Wash. -- Jacob Davison scored 26 points, Mason Peatling and Kim Aiken Jr. both had double-doubles and Eastern Washington edged Portland State 71-69 on Saturday in a matchup of the highest scoring teams in the Big Sky Conference.
Peatling had 20 points and 13 rebounds and Aiken had 15 and 15 for the Eagles (9-5, 2-1).
The teams came in combining for 165 points.
Peatling had a pair of layups to put the Eagles on top 71-61 with two minutes remaining but had a turnover, a missing 3-pointer and another turnover on its next three possessions but missing on the front end of a one-and-one. Markus Golder and Matt Hauser hit back-to-back 3-pointers it was 71-49 with 44.5 seconds left.
EWU had another turnover but Hauser missed a 3 and then the Vikings didn't get off a final shot after Peatling missed the front end of a one-and-one with three seconds to go.
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