Berry dropped to 3-10. Covenant, which won its sixth straight contest, improved to 10-4.
“We fought hard, but it’s difficult to win when you give up 14 offensive rebounds,” said Berry head coach Jeff Haarlow.
Covenant, which had a 44-33 advantage in rebounds, held a 33-26 lead at halftime, but Berry tied the Scots twice in the final period before Covenant pulled away for good.
The Vikings host Ogle-thorpe in a conference game at 8 p.m. on Saturday night.