Broncos up at the half, 36-25

The Cal Poly Pomona Broncos aren’t intimidated by anyone. That is showing as the Broncos are leading Brigham Young-Hawaii 36-25 at the half in the NCAA Division II West Regional title game at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash.

The Broncos have never been that great a perimeter shooting team but that has been big early as Cal Poly is 7-for-12 from long distance. It made five 3-point tries in a row in one stretch with Mark Rutledge coming off the bench and making three in a row, the last of which staked the Broncos to a 26-14 lead. 

Donnelle Booker leads the Broncos with xx points. He went down hard with 2:20 left in the first half when he charged the bucket and collided with a defender. He has been suffering from back spasms the last few days. That sure didn’t help.

Rutledge has nine points and Dwayne Fells has seven as the Broncos are shooting 53.8 percent from the field.

BYU, which has players on its roster from five different countries, has gotten nine from Virgil Buensuceso. The Seasiders supposed all-world performer Lucas Alves has just four.

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  • James Rosser

    Cal Poly (Pomona) is showing again why it’s one of the best programs, D-1, D-2, or D-3 in the country!! Our coach K knows the right mix of players to have and he just gets the job done!! Congrats Broncos and if your smart you’ll jump on this bandwagon now!!