POCATELLO, Idaho -- Tomas Sanchez scored with 6.2 seconds remaining to lift Idaho State to a 72-71 win over Portland State on Saturday night.
Portland State led 71-70 when Dre Winston missed the front end of a one-and-one with 19.8 seconds remaining in the game. Andre Hatchett grabbed the rebound for Idaho State (6-24, 5-15 Big Sky) and Melvin Morgan missed a shot for the Bengals but Neveij Walters got the rebound and dished to Sanchez for the game-winner.
Portland State (8-20, 5-15) had its biggest lead of six points with 15 minutes left in the first half. Idaho State had a five-point lead with 7:56 remaining in the game.
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