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European Championships U16 Final Standings
 1. Russia
 2. Czech Rep.
 3. Spain
 4. France
 5. Latvia
 6. Hungary
 7. Belgium
 8. Turkey
 9. Italy
 10. Croatia
 11. Serbia
 12. Slovakia
 13. Portugal
 14. Greece
 15. Denmark
 16. Sweden
Points Per Game
 Maria VADEEVA
  (190-C-98)
  Avg: 17.9
 1. Vadeeva, Spartak17.9 
 2. Reisingerova, BA S.16.8 
 3. Musina, Spartak14.6 
 4. Junio, Gran Canaria14.6 
 5. Silov, CRO N.14.0 
 6. Svanholm, DEN N.13.6 
 7. Strautmane, TTT J.13.1 
 8. Kepenc, TUR N.12.8 
 9. Lipe, Latvija U1612.4 
 10. Henket, Point Ch.12.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Maria VADEEVA
  (190-C-98)
  Avg: 16.2
 1. Vadeeva, Spartak16.2 
 2. Strautmane, TTT J.11.0 
 3. Reisingerova, BA S.10.0 
 4. Guclu, TUR N.9.7 
 5. Ilic, Student9.6 
 6. Mikulasikova, SVK9.3 
 7. Jordao, Ga.9.2 
 8. Svanholm, DEN N.8.2 
 9. Djaldi-Tabdi, Toul.8.0 
 10. Lipe, Latvija U167.7 
Assists Per Game
 Sevara NURITDINOVA
  (163-PG-98)
  Avg: 3.7
 1. Nuritdinova, RUS N.3.7 
 2. Zavialova, RUS N.3.6 
 3. Studer, Atomeromu3.6 
 4. Simunic, CRO N.3.6 
 5. Katanic, Palanka3.1 
 6. Krejzova, USK Praha2.9 
 7. Alonso, ESP N.2.8 
 8. Junio, Gran Canaria2.6 
 9. Hoskova, SSMH B.2.6 
 10. Barache, Belfius2.6 
Steals Per Game
 Elisa PINZAN
  (168-PG-99)
  Avg: 4.6
 1. Pinzan, Venezia4.6 
 2. Havranova, SVK N.3.8 
 3. Kollatou, Proteas3.0 
 4. Studer, Atomeromu2.8 
 5. Togliani, ITA N.2.4 
 6. Tzougkraki, GRE N.2.4 
 7. Fassina, ITA N.2.4 
 8. Krejzova, USK Praha2.3 
 9. Tornkvist, SWE N.2.3 
 10. Barache, Belfius2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Maria VADEEVA
  (190-C-98)
  Avg: 3.7
 1. Vadeeva, Spartak3.7 
 2. Chartereau, CFBB2.2 
 3. Reisingerova, BA S.2.0 
 4. Strautmane, TTT J.1.6 
 5. Jordao, Ga.1.6 
 6. Mikulasikova, SVK1.6 
 7. Guclu, TUR N.1.4 
 8. Djaldi-Tabdi, Toul.1.3 
 9. Cubaj, Bari1.3 
 10. Musina, Spartak1.2 
European Championships U16 Stage Two Standings
Group E
 1. Russia 5-0 
 2. Hungary 4-1 
 3. Spain 3-2 
 4. Turkey 2-3 
 5. Croatia 1-4 
 6. Greece 0-5 
Group F
 1. Czech Rep. 5-0 
 2. France 3-2 
 3. Latvia 3-2 
 4. Italy 2-3 
 5. Belgium 2-3 
 6. Sweden 0-5 
Group G
 1. Serbia 3-0 
 2. Slovakia 2-1 
 3. Portugal 1-2 
 4. Denmark 0-3 
European Championships U16 Stage One Standings
Group A
 1. Russia 3-0 
 2. Turkey 2-1 
 3. Greece 1-2 
 4. Portugal 0-3 
Group B
 1. Hungary 3-0 
 2. Spain 2-1 
 3. Croatia 1-2 
 4. Serbia 0-3 
Group C
 1. Czech Rep. 3-0 
 2. Italy 2-1 
 3. Sweden 1-2 
 4. Denmark 0-3 
Group D
 1. France 2-1 
 2. Latvia 2-1 
 3. Slovakia 1-2 
 4. Belgium 1-2 

Maria Vadeeva - the MVP (Photo: FIBA Europe)


Russia conquer Gold in Debrecen (Photo: FIBA Europe)

Starting five
#s#
Raisa Musina
Musina
Alina Bespaltseva
Bespaltseva
Maria Vadeeva
Vadeeva
Viktoriia Zavialova
Zavialova
Daria Kurilchuk
Kurilchuk
#e#5
4Raisa Musina 189-F/C-98 Spartak V MR Russia
5Alina Bespaltseva 179-G-98 Moscow-2 Russia
6Kamilla Ogun 192-PF-99
7Maria Vadeeva 190-C-98 Spartak V MR Russia
8Ksenia Sharova 178-SF-98
9Viktoriia Zavialova 166-PG-98
10Daria Kurilchuk 179-F-98
11Kseniia Nesterova 193-C-98
12Sevara Nuritdinova 163-PG-98
13Svetlana Kramar 176-SG-98
14Tatiana Kazakova 190-C-98
15Victoria Cheren 166-PG-98


Anna Arkhipova Head Coach

Sergei Danilin Assistant

Iuliia Tokareva Assistant


Eurobasket.com All-European Championships U16 Awards 2014 - Aug 13, 2014

Eurobasket.com All-European Championships U16 1st Team 2014
Iris Junio
Junio
Adela Neubauerova
Neubauerova
Raisa Musina
Musina
Julia Reisingerova
Reisingerova
Maria Vadeeva
Vadeeva

Best Player: Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) of Russia
Best Guard: Iris Junio (185-G-99) of Spain
Best Forward: Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) of Russia
Best Center: Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) of Russia

1st Team
G: Iris Junio (185-G-99) of Spain
PG: Adela Neubauerova (168-PG-98) of Czech Rep.
F/C: Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) of Russia
C: Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) of Czech Rep.
C: Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) of Russia

2nd Team
G: Agnes Studer (169-G-98) of Hungary
PG: Sevara Nuritdinova (163-PG-98) of Russia
G/F: Lucie Hoskova (175-G/F-98) of Czech Rep.
F: Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) of Latvia
C: Rebeka Mikulasikova (186-C-99) of Slovakia

Honorable Mention
Lorela Cubaj (190-C-99) of Italy
Laura Henket (183-C-98) of Belgium
Josipa Silov (171-PG-98) of Croatia
Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) of Portugal
Inci Guclu (200-C-99) of Turkey
Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) of Greece
Lena Svanholm (98) of DEN NT U16



Russia conquer Gold in Debrecen - Aug 10, 2014

FINAL
Russia - Czech Republic 72-47
Russia capped their impressive run at the championship with the victory over Czech Republic in the title clash tonight. Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) had another impressive performance for Russia with 17 points and 15 rebounds. Raisa Musina delivered 16 points in the win. Russia grabebd a 38:29 halftime lead. They held Czech Republic to just 4 points in the third term to open a 21-point lead at the final intermission and never looked back en route to the championship title. Daria Kurilchuk (179-F-98) had 15 points for the champions. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) answered with 23 points and 11 rebounds for Czech Republic.
3-4 Place
Spain - France 61-49
Spain onto the pedestal in Debrecen. They held off France to clinch Bronze medals at the championship. Iris Junio (185-G-99) posted 20 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists to lead the winners. Spain used a 26:9 run in the second frame to take a 17-point halftime lead. France cut the deficit in the second half but could not avoid the defeat. Paula Ginzo (187-F-98) chipped in 12 points and pulled down 7 rebounds for the winners. Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi (187-C-98) responded with 15 points and 21 rebounds for France.

5-6 Place
Latvia - Hungary 62-56
Latvia earned the fifth overall position in Debrecen. They held off hosting Hungary in the final game at the tourney. Sabine Lipe (176-F/G-99) and Luize Septe (180-F-99) delivered 14 points each to pace the Baltic team. Lativa led by a single point at the interval but they held Hungary to just 29 points in the second half and sealed the victory. Reka Lelik (178-SG-99) answered with 11 points for Hungary.

7-8 Place
Belgium - Turkey 72-67
Belgium outscored Turkey to claim the 7th position in the championship. Belgium got to a confident start. They rallied to a 42:23 halftime lead and held on in the second half to snatch victory. Laura Henket (183-C-98) produced 19 points and 8 rebounds to pace the winners. Elise Ramette (167-PG-98) contributed 12 points and 9 rebounds for the Belgian side. Elif Portakal (174-G/F-98) responded with 15 points for Turkey.

9-10 Place
Italy - Croatia 60-39
Italy thumped Croatia to clinch the ninth position. Italy piled up a 31:26 halftime lead. They went on a 20:7 run in the third term and cleared off for good in this one. Elisa Pinzan (168-PG-99) chipped in 13 points, while Martina Fassina (180-F-99) and Sara Madera (185-C-0) added 10 points each for the winners. Lucija Skoric (178-F-99) answered with 13 points and 8 rebounds for Croatia.

11-12 Place
Serbia - Slovakia 65-63
Serbia overcame a slow start to defeat Slovak Republic in the final game in Debrecen. Slovak Republic led by as many as 10 points after the first frame. But Serbia gradually denied the deficit and eked out a tough win at the end. Nevena Naumcev (171-PG-99) scored 18 points to pace the winners. Marija Stojiljkovic (186-F-98) added 16 points for Serbia. Julia Lelkes (170-PG-98) topscored with 16 points for Slovak Republic.

13-14 Place
Greece - Portugal 38-53
Portugal clinched the most important victory in Debrecen. They overcame Greece and avoided relegation into Division B. Mariana Silva (182-PF-99) scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to pace Portugal past Greece. Portugal ensured a 23:13 halftime lead. They stretched the margin at 25-point mark before the final term. Greece went on a desperate rescue rally in the fourth quarter but came up short of victory at the end. Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) tallied 12 points and 18 rebounds for the winners. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) responded with 14 points for Greece.

15-16 Place
Denmark - Sweden 60-36
Denmark finished their championship campaign on a high note. They defeated Sweden to claim the 15th position. Maria Hoegh (98) scored 17 points and collected 8 rebounds to pace the winners. Sweden eked out a 12:10 lead after the first frame. But Denmark responded with a 35:20 run in the next two periods to spur ahead. They held their Swedish opponents to just 4 points in the final stanza to seal the victory. Caroline Martin (98) had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Denmark. Anna Sorensen (180-F-98) responded with 10 points for Sweden.


Spain, France, Czech Republic and Russia reach semifinals - Aug 9, 2014

QUARTERFINALS
Latvia - Spain 45-79
Spain outgunned Latvia to punch the semifinal ticket. Laia Sole (184-C-98) stepped up with 14 points and 9 rebounds to pace the winners. Spain piled up a 38:24 halftime lead. They went on a 24:10 run in the third term to clear off for good. Irati Echarri (185-PF-98) knocked down 11 points and collected 10 rebounds for the winning side. Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) and Sabine Lipe responded with 12 points each for Latvia.

Hungary - France 50-52
Alexia Chartereau (189-C-98) scored 15 points and issued 7 assists as France escaped with a dramatic two-point victory over Hungary in the quarterfinal clash. Kadiatou Sissoko (180-F-99) tossed in 11 points for Les Bleus. France led by a signle point at the interval. They stretched the margin at 6-point mark before the fourth frame. But Hungary narrowed the deficit in the final stanza before losing the encounter. Livia Gereben (181-F-99) delivered 11 points for Hungary.

Czech Republic - Turkey 70-55
Czech Republic saw off Turkey to advance into the semifinal stage. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) stepped up with 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead the effort. Turkey ensured a 35:25 halftime advantage. However Czech Republic responded with a 26:7 run in the third term to pull ahead. They limited Turkey to just 13 points in the fourth frame and sealed the winning outcome. Michaela Krejzova (178-F-98) delivered 13 points for the winners. Selale Kepenc (188-SF-98) answered with 12 points for Turkey.

Russia - Belgium 75-29
Russia outgunned Belgium to advance into the semifinal stage at the championship. Russia dominated from start to finish in this one. They accounted for a 41:15 halftime advantage. They held Belgium to 6 points in the third term boosting the lead to 35 points and marched to the win. Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) posted 16 points and 23 rebounds for Russia. Daria Kurilchuk (179-F-98) and Kamilla Ogun (192-PF-99) had 10 points each for the winners. Laura Henket (183-C-98) responded with 6 points for Belgium.
9-16 Place
Greece - Serbia 43-52
Serbia upset Greece in the classification round clash. Teodora Turudic (178-F-99) netted 11 points to pace the winners. Serbia built a 14:7 lead ten minutes into the game. They stretched the lead to as many as 12 points after three quarters and raced to the victory. Marija Stojiljkovic (186-F-98) delivered 9 points for Serbia. Evangelia Tzougkraki (168-PG-98) responded with 13 points for Greece.

Croatia - Portugal 75-41
Croatia outgunned Portugal in the classification round. They built a 41:23 halftime lead. Croatia outscored their opponents in the next two quarters and sealed the winning outcome. Josipa Silov (171-PG-98) netted 15 points to pace the winners. Valentina Simunic (173-G-98) added 12 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists for the Croatian side. Ana Costa (167-PG-98) responded with 9 points for Portugal.

Italy - Denmark 93-26
Italy cruised past Denmark at the classification round game in Debrecen. Lorela Cubaj (190-C-99) stepped up with 14 points to pace a well-balanced effort from the Azzurri. Italy recorded a 50:6 halftime lead and coasted to the victory after the big break. Elisa Pinzan (168-PG-99) netted 12 points in the victory. Lena Svanholm (98) responded with 11 points and 9 rebounds for Denmark.


Russia and Czech Republic to clash for title in Debrecen - Aug 9, 2014

SEMIFINALS
Czech Republic - France 62-49
Czech Republic held off France to advance into the title game in Hungary. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) netted 16 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and issued 4 assists for the winners. Czech Republic accumulated a 31:24 halftime lead. The Czech team grabbed a 12-point lead at the final intermission and coasted to the win. Michaela Krejzova (178-F-98) and Adela Neubauerova (168-PG-98) had 11 points each in the victory. Sabrina Piper (179-F-98) responded with 13 points for France. Alexia Chartereau (189-C-98) netted 12 points in the loss.

Russia - Spain 77-65
Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) tallied 23 points and 23 rebounds to pace Russia past Spain in the semifinal battle in Debrecen. It was a close battle in the first half. But Russia exploded with a 20:1 run in the third term to clear off for good. Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) produced 20 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Iris Junio (185-G-99) answered with 16 points for Spain.
5-8 Place
Turkey - Hungary 50-63
Hungary will play for the fifth overall position after they handled Turkey in the last but one game at the tournament. Reka Lelik (178-SG-99) stepped up with 12 points to pace well-balanced effort from the hosts. Hungary went on a 21:11 run in the fourth frame to secure the win. Livia Gereben (181-F-99) and Petra Pusztai (177-F/G-99) had 9 points each for the winners. Selale Kepenc (188-SF-98) responded with 17 points for Turkey.

Belgium - Latvia 57-63 OT
Latvia needed overtime to prevail against Belgium in the classification round clash. The Baltic team entered the fourth frame up by 8 points. But Belgium used a 13:5 run to force overtime. Latvia responded with a 13-point outburst in the extra period to get away with the win. Luize Septe (180-F-99) delivered 16 points, while Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) added 12 points and 11 rebounds for Latvia. Laura Henket (183-C-98) responded with 17 points and 10 rebounds for Belgium.

9-12 Place
Italy - Serbia 64-60
Italy held off Serbia in the classification round clash. Elisa Pinzan (168-PG-99) notched 12 points to pace the Azzurri. Serbia eked out a 31:29 halftime lead. But Italy responded with a 35:29 second half rally to snatch the victory. Anna Togliani (168-PG-98) netted 7 points for Italy. Marija Stojiljkovic (186-F-98) responded with 15 points for Serbia.

Croatia - Slovakia 58-50
Croatia outscored Slovak Republic in Debrecen. Josipa Silov (171-PG-98) scored 15 points and collected 6 rebounds to pace the winners. Croatia gained a 7-point halftime lead and withheld comeback efforts from their opponents in the second half. Lucija Skoric (178-F-99) and Karla Vres (189-C-99) contributed 10 points each in the victory. Julia Lelkes (170-PG-98) answered with 13 points for Slovak Republic.
13-16 Place
Denmark - Greece 52-68
Greece outgunned Denmark to send the Scandinavian team into Division B. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) stepped up with 17 points and 8 rebounds for the Hellenes. Greece piled up a 41:30 halftime lead and controlled the tempo afterwards. Marilena Gerostergiou (185-C-98) delivered 15 points for the winners. Maria Hoegh (98) responded with 19 points for Denmark.

Portugal - Sweden 65-57
Portugal outscored Sweden to step closer to rescuing their Division A place. Mariana Silva (182-PF-99) scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the winners. Portugal ensured a 19:5 lead after the opening quarter and protected it well throughout the rest of the game. Mariah Nunes (178-G-93, college: Fair Dickinson) added 17 points for the winners. Astrid Nilsson (171-PG-98) responded with 15 points for Sweden.


Quarterfinalists decided in Debrecen - Aug 6, 2014

Group E
Turkey - Croatia 61-52
Turkey defeated Croatia to reach quarterfinal stage in Debrecen. Selale Kepenc (188-SF-98) scored 16 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to pace the winners. Croatia recorded a 21:19 halftime lead. But Turkey eked out a one-point lead after three quarters. They unloaded 28 points in the fourth quarter and sealed the victory. Manolya Kurtulmus (187-PF-98) had 12 points in the win. Josipa Silov (171-PG-98) answered with 24 points and 10 rebounds for Croatia.

Spain - Greece 85-36
Spain ensured the third position in Group E as they fired past Greece. Lucia Alonso (171-PG-98) and Naira Caceres (181-F-98) netted 13 points each to pace the winners. Spain ensured a 40:22 halftime advantage and coasted to the win in the second half. Marilena Gerostergiou responded with 9 points for the Hellenes.

Hungary - Russia 37-87
Russia clinched the top position in Group E. They fired past hosting Hungary to stay undefeated. Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) provided 19 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists to pace the winners. Russia accumulated a 45:13 halftime lead and marched to a comfortable win. Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) netted 16 points and grabbed 18 rebounds for the winners. Livia Gereben (181-F-99) responded with 9 points for Hungary.

Group F
France - Sweden 56-42
France rolled over Sweden to clinch the third position in Group F. Kladiatou Sissoko scored 9 points to pace well-balanced effort from Les Bleus. France triggered a 37:28 second half run to seal the victory. Alexia Chartereau (189-C-98) netted 8 points in the win. Astrid Nilsson (171-PG-98) responded with 16 points for Sweden.

Italy - Belgium 42-44
Belgium snatched a tough victory over Italy to improve at 2-3 record in Group F. Alyssa Barache (172-G-98) and Mathilde Bechoux (169-PG-98) netted 10 points each to pace the winners. Italy led by one point at the final intermission. But Belgium responded with a 14:11 run in the fourth term to seal the victory. Anna Togliani (168-PG-98) netted 14 points in the loss.

Latvia - Czech Republic 59-77
Czech Republic kept on winning in Debrecen. They knocked down Latvia to win Group F. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) scored 20 points and grabbed 9 rebounds to lead the winners. Michaela Krejzova (178-F-98) added 15 points for the Czech team. Latvia earned a 22:19 lead after ten minutes. But Czech Republic went on a 28:14 run in the second term to clear off for good. Luiza Septe responded with 17 points for Latvia.

Group G
Denmark - Slovakia 63-71 OT
Slovak Republic used overtime to tame Denmark in the classification round Group G. Rebeka Mikulasikova (186-C-99) netted 21 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for the winners. It was a seesaw action throughout the regulation. The team would trade leads before Slovak Republic went on a 9:1 run in the extra period and sealed the victory. Petra Skublova (172-SF-98) had 14 points for the winners. Lena Svanholm (98) responded with 21 points and 16 rebounds for Denmark.

Portugal - Serbia 32-50
Serbia fired past Portugal for the third straight win at the championship. Marinkovic Anja (173-G-98) netted 12 points for the winners. Serbia secured a 23:12 halftime lead and protected it well throughout the second half. Ana Rodriguez-Villa (187-F) and Beatriz Jordao had 9 points each for Portugal.


Review of Day 4 in Debrecen - Aug 4, 2014

Group E
Croatia - Russia 37-73
Russia cruised past Croatia at the start of the Second Stage. Maria Vadeeva (190-C-98) came up with 15 points and 14 rebounds to lead Russia at 3-0 record on top of Group F. Russia secured a 30:15 halftime lead. They outgunned Croatia in the next two periods to secure a comfortable victory. Viktoriia Zavialova (166-PG-98) and Daria Kurilchuk had 10 points each for Russia. Lucija Skoric (178-F-99) answered with 11 points and 8 rebounds for Croatia.

Greece - Hungary 23-58
Hungary registered the fourth consecutive victory at the home championship. They thumped Greece for 3-0 record in Group E. Petra Pusztai (177-F/G-99) stepped up with 13 points to pace the home team. Hungary held Greece to only 9 points in the second half to seal the victory. Livia Gereben netted 9 points for the home team. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) responded with 9 points for Greece.

Spain - Turkey 76-47
Spain opened their Second Stage campaign with a comfortable victory over Turkey. Blanca Millan (179-F-98) scored 14 points to pace the winners. Spain accumulated a 44:26 halftime lead and coasted to the victory in the second half. Lucia Alonso (171-PG-98) had 13 points for the winners. Inci Guclu (200-C-99) responded with 15 points and 9 rebounds for Turkey.

Group F
Sweden - Latvia 42-66
Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) scored 16 points and collected 9 rebounds to pace Latvia past Sweden in Group F. Latvia used a 21:12 run in the second frame to clear off for good in this one. Sabine Lipe netted 16 points for the winners. Sweden responded with 18 points and 8 rebounds from Astrid Nilsson (171-PG-98).

France - Italy 47-36
France held off Italy in a low-scoring battle in Debrecen. Alexia Chartereau (189-C-98) stepped up with 11 points and 11 rebounds for Les Bleus. Italy posted an 11:10 lead after the first frame. But France outscored their opponents in the next three periods to eke out victory. Lorela Cubaj (190-C-99) led all scorers with 20 points for the Azzurri.

Belgium - Czech Republic 40-51
Czech Republic held off Belgium to improve at 3-0 record on top of Group F. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) was pivotal with 20 points and 10 rebounds in the victory. Czech Republic went on a 21:11 run in the second half to secure the winning outcome. Laura Henket responded with 10 points and 13 rebounds for Belgium.

Group G
Serbia - Denmark 68-42
Serbia outgunned Denmark for the opening win in Debrecen. Serbia went on a 23:6 run in the second frame to secure a 17-point halftime lead. They controlled the tempo in the second half marching to the victory. Marija Stojiljkovic (186-F-98) netted 19 points for Serbia. Nevena Vuckovic (176-G-98) added 18 points for the winners. Lena Svanholm (98) responded with 15 points and 8 rebounds for Denmark.

Portugal - Slovakia 62-65 OT
Slovak Republic snatched a narrow overtime victory over Portugal in classification round Group G. Rebeka Mikulasikova (186-C-99) netted 17 points and collected 10 rebounds for the winners. Viktoria Havranova added 16 points for Slovak Republic. Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) responded with 19 points and 12 rebounds for Portugal.


Review of Day 3 in Debrecen - Aug 2, 2014

Group A
Greece - Russia 43-58
Russia defeated Greece to earn the top position in Group A. Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the winners. Russia used a 38:16 run in the second and third quarters to clear off for good. Greece occupied the third position in the ladder. Mariya Vadeeva (190-C-98) and Daria Kurilchuk (179-F-98) provided 10 points each in the win. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) responded with 13 points and 7 rebounds for Greece.

Turkey - Portugal 71-39
Turkey fired past Portugal to gain 2-1 record in Group A. Selale Kepenc (188-SF-98) was pivotal with 22 points for the winners. Turkey piled up a 36:17 halftime lead and cruised to the victory after the long break. Inci Guclu (200-C-99) accounted for 15 points and 10 rebounds in the victory. Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) responded with 12 points for Portugal.

Group B
Hungary - Spain 63-56
Hungary registered the third straight victory at the tournament as they rolled past Spain. The hosts ensured a 21:9 lead after the starting quarter. Hungary protected it well throughout the next periods marching to the victory. Beatrix Meresz (182-F/C-99) scored 12 points for the winners. Iris Junio (185-G-99) answered with 15 points and 14 rebounds for Spain.

Croatia - Serbia 62-59
Croatia eked out a narrow win over Serbia to open win count at the tournament. Josipa Pavic (187-C-99) netted 15 points and collected 8 rebounds in the victory. Serbia fell at 0-3 record after the loss. Serbia led by as many as 12 points after the opening quarter. But Croatia used a 25:10 run in the third term to surge ahead for good. Klaudija Dobroslavic (184-SF-98) netted 12 points in the victory. Nevena Vuckovic (176-G-98) answered with 14 points for Serbia.

Group C
Czech Republic - Italy 64-47
Czech Republic outgunned Italy for the third consecutive victory in Group C. Lucie Hoskova (175-G/F-98) stepped up with 15 points and 7 rebounds to pace the winners. The Czech team ensured a 36:25 halftime lead. They limited Italy to just 22 ponts in the second half to secure the victory. Michaela Krejzova (178-F-98) delivered 12 points in the win. Lorela Cubaj (190-C-99) answered with 17 points for the Azzurri.

Sweden - Denmark 52-41
Sweden topped Denmark to advance into the Second Stage of the tournament. Wilma Nije-Sjorgen (161-PG-98) accounted for 12 points to pace the Swedish team. Sweden trailed by 8 points after the first period. But they held their opponents to just 10 points in the next two periods to secure a 2-point lead before the fourth frame. Sweden unloaded 27 points in the final stanza to seal the victory. Louise Skyttevall (179-G-98) produced 11 points for the winners. Svanholm responded with 14 points and 9 rebounds for Denmark.

Group D
Belgium - France 37-48
France beat Belgium to ensure the second-place finish in Group D. Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi (187-C-98) came up with 8 points to lead well-balanced effort from Les Bleus. France piled up a 28:17 halftime lead and controlled the pace in the second half. Emmanuelle Tahane (180-F-99) netted 7 points in the victory. Laura Henket (183-C-98) responded with game-high 22 points for Belgium.

Slovakia - Latvia 58-57
Slovak Republic snatched a narrow win over Latvia in the final game of the preliminary round. Julia Lelkes (170-PG-98) and Nikola Kovacikova (173-G-99) produced 13 points each to pace the winners. Latvia led by 6 points heading into the fourth frame. But Slovak Republic held their opponents to just 7 points in the final stanza and sealed the winning outcome. Feherova had 9 points in the win. Luize Septe (180-F-99) responded with 14 points for Latvia.


Review of Day 2 in Debrecen - Aug 1, 2014

Group A
Greece - Turkey 58-65
Turkey recorded the first victory in Debrecen. They nipped Greece for 1-1 record in Group A. Inci Guclu (200-C-99) recorded 21 points and 9 rebounds for Turkey. They jumped to a 35:26 halftime lead. Greece tried hard to deny the deficit in the second half but came up short at the end. Selale Kepenc (188-SF-98) netted 18 points and grabbed 13 boards for the winners. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) answered with 20 points for Greece.

Russia - Portugal 83-52
Russia registered the second win in a row at the start of the championship. Mariya Vadeeva (190-C-98) nailed 24 points and 15 rebounds to pace Russia past Portugal. Russia went on a 56:28 second half run to seal the victory. Ogun netted 15 points in the win. Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) responded with 10 points for Portugal.

Group B
Hungary - Croatia 55-52
Hungary cruised past Croatia to earn the second victory at home championship. Reka Lelik (178-SG-99) notched 14 points and 6 rebounds to pace the hosts to the victory. Hungary piled up a 29:23 halftime lead. Croatia pulled ahead for a 2-point lead at the final intermission. But Hungary responded with a 16:11 rally in the fourth term and sealed the second victory. Beatrix Meresz (182-F/C-99) netted 8 points in the win. Josipa Silov (171-PG-98) answered with 22 points for Croatia.

Spain - Serbia 63-57
Spain knocked down Serbia to improve at 2-0 record in Group B. Iris Junio (185-G-99) nailed 17 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead the winners. Spain piled up a 27:16 halftime advantage and stayed in charge throughout the second half. Marinkovic Anja (173-G-98) replied with 20 points for Serbia.

Group C
Czech Republic - Sweden 77-43
Czech Republic recorded the second straight victory at the championship. They knocked down Sweden in Group C. Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) provided 21 points and 9 rebounds to lead the winners. Czech Republic built a 38:22 halftime lead. Czech Republic went on a 22:7 run in the third term and never looked back en route to the win. Adela Neubauerova (168-PG-98) added 11 points for the winners. Astrid Nilsson (171-PG-98) responded with 13 points for Sweden.

Italy - Denmark 88-42
Italy coasted past Denmark to jump at 2-0 record in Group C. Elisa Pinzan (168-PG-99) recorded 18 points for the winners. Italy piled up a 40:21 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the victory. Luisa Rauti netted 13 points for the winning side. Svanholm replied with 21 points for Denmark.

Group D
Belgium - Slovakia 63-46
Belgium ensured the first victory at the tournament as they downed Slovak Republic. Laura Henket (183-C-98) stepped up with 12 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists to pace Belgium. They used a 24:11 run in the fourth frame to clear off for good. Ine Vanderhoydonks (173-G-98) delivered 9 points for the winners. Mikulasikova responded with 11 points and 7 rebounds for Slovak Republic.

France - Latvia 61-66
Latvia earned the second consecutive win in Debrecen. They nipped France to remain on top of Group D. Luize Septe (180-F-99) notched 22 points to lead the winning side. The teams were tied at 35 at halftime. Latvia limited France to just 26 points in the second half and sealed the victory. Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) and Sabine Lipe had 14 points each in the win. Alexia Chartereau (189-C-98) responded with 13 points and 13 rebounds for Les Bleus.


Review of Day 1 in Debrecen - Jul 31, 2014

Group A
Portugal - Greece 48-58
Greece fired past Portugal in the opening game in Debrecen. Evgenia Kollatou (172-PG-98) recorded 19 points, 7 rebounds and issued 5 assists to pace the Hellenes. Greece jumped to a 28:6 lead after ten minutes and never looked back en route to the victory. Marilena Gerostergiou (185-C-98) accounted for 9 points in the win. Beatriz Jordao (185-C-99) responded with 11 points and 12 rebounds for Portugal.

Turkey - Russia 39-90
Russia ensured a strong start to their campaign in Debrecen. They cruised past Turkey in the opener. Raisa Musina (189-F/C-98) nailed 22 points to pace the winners. Russia piled up a 52:16 halftime lead. They extended the margin in the third quarter. Russia entered the fourth frame up by 45 points and cruised to the victory at the end. Mariya Vadeeva (190-C-98) contributed 14 points for Russia. Meltem Yildizhan (186-PF-99) responded with 10 points for Turkey.

Group B
Serbia - Hungary 33-44
Hungary accounted for the first victory in the championship. They thumped Serbia in Group C. Meresz and Dorka Gereben (183-PF-97) nailed 7 points each to pace the winners. Hungary recorded a 26:13 halftime lead. They held Serbia to just 20 points in the second half and sealed the winning outcome. Soos nailed 6 points for the winners. Nevena Vuckovic (176-G-98) answered with 8 points for Serbia.

Croatia - Spain 60-89
Spain coasted past Croatia in Group B opener. Spain ensured a 46:30 halftime lead and protected it perfectly well throughout the second half. Iris Junio (185-G-99) nailed 19 points to pace the winners. Echarri contributed 14 points for the Spanish side. Silov responded with 16 points for Croatia. Skoric had 11 points in the losing case.

Group C
Denmark - Czech Republic 45-86
Czech Republic ensured the winning start to their European Championship campaign. They knocked down Denmark in the opener. Sara Krumpholcova (172-G-98) and Julia Reisingerova (193-C-98) netted 11 points each for the winners. Czech Republic accounted for a 40:20 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the victory. Svanholm responded with 15 points for Denmark.

Sweden - Italy 41-65
Italy cruised past Sweden in the opener in Debrecen. Lorela Cubaj (190-C-99) stepped up with 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Azzurri. Italy grabbed a 37:15 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the victory. Martina Fassina (182-G/F-88, agency: Two Points) provided 11 points for the winners. Ida Fredrikson (171-G-98) responded with 12 points for Sweden.

Group D
Latvia - Belgium 63-52
Digna Strautmane (189-F-98) posted 10 points, 15 rebounds and 4 assists to pace Latvia past Belgium in the opener. Latvia accumulated a 37:19 halftime lead and never looked back en route to the victory. Luize Septe (180-F-99) netted 10 points in the victory. Mathilde Bechoux (169-PG-98) replied with 11 points for Belgium.

Slovakia - France 53-57
France escaped with a narrow victory over Slovak Republic in the first game at the championship. Marie Paule Foppossi produced 15 points to pace Les Bleus. France piled up a 34:21 halftime advantage. But Slovak Republic cut the deficit at just one-point mark at the final intermission. However France regained control in the final stanza and sealed the victory. Tahane chipped in 9 points in the win. Julia Lelkes (170-PG-98) responded with 11 points for Slovak Republic.





by Greg
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