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Round: 1 (Preliminary Round) - Jul 2, 2010

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Group A
Serbia - Egypt 99-67
Serbia got to the winning start of their U17 World Championship campaign. They held off resilient Egypt in the opener. Serbia gradually gained control in this one and finalized a comfortable victory. Luka Mitrovic knocked down 18 points to lead the effort. Egypt bravely entered the game. They began the game with four points in a row. The maintained the lead for some time before Serbia went on a 14:1 rally to surge in front. The European team finished the starting quarter up by 6 points 21:15. Hamdy and Ahmed Moustafa Elsayed dragged Egypt back within two early in the second stanza but Serbia marched on. Soon they earned a double-digit advantage and wrapped the first half up by 12 points 42:30. Serbia maintained the lead throughout the third term. Krstic gave the Balkan side a 20-point lead late in the period. Serbia entered the fourth stanza up by 25 points 76:51. They did not look back in the fourth quarter opening the win count at the tournament. Nemanja Bezbradica (205-F/C-93) had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Serbia. Nenad Miljenovic and Marko Radonjic finished with 13 points each in the victory. Ahmed Moustafa Elsayed responded with 22 points for Egypt. Abbas had 11 points in the loss.

Argentina - USA 70-82
United States U17 recorded the first win at the World Championship in Germany. They toppled Argentina in preliminary Group A. Michael Gilchrist scored 22 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the North American side. Argentina opened the game with four consecutive points. But the USA quickly rebounded as Brad Beal propelled them in front. The US team earned a 24:17 lead at the first break. Bortolin and Massone gave the lead back to Argentina midway through the second quarter. But their opponents used a 9:0 run to return into the drivers seat. The USA finished the first half up by five points 41:36. The teams traded baskets throughout the tense third frame. The lead changed hands for several times before the United States went on a 13:0 rally to clear off. They arrived at the final pause ahead by 7 points 63:56. Quinn Cook (186-G-93) and Andre Drummond ensured a 10-point lead for the USA. Argentina managed to get within 7 but the USA stayed calm and escaped with a confident win at the end. Quinn Cook provided 14 points for the winners. Brad Beal notched 11 points for the USA. Tayavek Gallizzi answered with 14 points and 6 rebounds for Argentina. Luciano Massarelli had 10 points in the loss.

Lithuania - China 85-72
Lithuanian U17 selection recorded the first win at the inaugural World Championship that started in Hamburg. They overcame China in the opener. Mantas Mockevicius scored 20 points to lead the winners. Lithuania had to overcome a slow start. China looked better at the start of the game. They quickly posted a 12:3 advantage and maintained the lead throughout the opening ten minutes. The Asian team recorded a 24:17 lead at the first break. Lithuania however opened the second stanza with seven points in a row to deny the deficit. The Europeans soon ignited a 6:0 run to clear off. Mantas Mockevicius and Majauskas gave Lithuania a 40:37 buffer at halftime. Paulius Semaska and Martynas Paliukenas ensured a 52:43 lead for Lithuania midway through the third term. They maintained the gap well enough to enjoy a 66:52 lead at the final break. Lithuania tipped off the fourth stanza with seven points in a row and did not look back en route to the victory at the end. Tomas Lekunas (195-F-93) notched 18 points and 6 rebounds for the winners. Rokas Narkevicius added 12 points for Lithuania. Guo Ailun and Zhai Xiaochuan replied with 20 points each for China. Zhu Xuhang and Wang Zhelin finished with 8 points apiece in the loss.

Group B
Germany - Canada 69-68
German U17 opened their World Championship campaign with a hard-fought victory. The hosts held off ambitious Canada in Hamburg in the opener. Besnik Bekteshi (188-G-93) knocked down two free throws late in regulation and Germany hung on to escape with a narrow win. Besnik Bekteshi finished with game-high 27 points to lead Germany. The teams stayed close throughout the opening frame. Germany were more consistent as they earned a 17:14 lead at the first break. Canada denied the deficit and surged ahead midway through the second frame. Anselm Hartmann however returned the lead to the home side as they went into the locker rooms up by one point 34:33. The lead continued to change hands throughout the third frame. Germany had the last laugh in the period as they entered the final stanza up by four points 55:51. Neither side was able to clear off in the final quarter. Anthony Bennett drew things level at 62 with under five minutes to go. But Anselm Hartmann and Besnik Bekteshi put Germany in charge for good in this one. Anthony Bennett and Kevin Pangos had a chance to save the day for Canada but missed decisive attempts in the dying seconds. Anselm Hartmann delivered 14 points for Germany. Julius Wolf had 6 points and 7 rebounds in the victory. Kevin Pangos accounted for 26 points but committed 10 turnovers for Canada. Dyshawn Pierre nailed 12 points in the loss.

South Korea - Spain 71-86
Spain earned the opening win at the U17 World Championship. They shot down South Korean counterparts in Group B clash. Daniel Diez (203-F-93) came up with 21 points and 13 rebounds to pace the European side. South Korea tipped off the game with four points in a row but Spain gradually adjusted and surged ahead. South Korea regained the lead midway through the frame and the teams stayed neck and neck. Spain eked out a 21:20 lead at the first break. The close game continued in the second frame. Daniel Diez and Jaime Fernandez capped the first half with three points in a row to give Spaniards a 38:35 advantage. Daniel Diez and Jaime Fernandez boosted the margin to 9 points midway through the third term. Spain stayed in charge as they finished the quarter up by 6 points 60:54. Daniel Diez opened the fourth frame with three points as Spain cleared off to a 9-point distance. South Korea narrowed the margin to 3 points but it was as close as they could get. Spain quickly restored a safe cushion and coasted to the victory at the end. Jaime Fernandez notched 15 points and 8 rebounds for Spain. Javier Medori and Ricardo Pampano nailed 12 points in the winning case. Moon Seong-Gon replied with 18 points for South Korea. Han Sang-Hyeok finished with 13 points in the loss.

Australia - Poland 54-71
An outstanding defensive performance helped Poland to the winning start of the U17 World Championship. The Polish team prevailed against Australia in preliminary Group B opener. Mateusz Ponitka (196-G-93) knocked down 21 points to lead the winners. The lead changed hands for numerous times throughout the opening quarter. But Mitch Norton and Odigie allowed the Aussies to earn a 20:16 advantage at the first break. Australia stretched the gap to 6 points at the start of the second frame but Poland quickly answered. They triggered a 19:1 run to surge ahead. Poland finished the first half up by 13 points 38:25. Mateusz Ponitka and Niedzwiedzki opened the third frame with five points in a row to boost the margin. Poland maintained the lead and entered the final stanza up by 7 points 55:48. Poland tipped off the fourth quarter with nine consecutive points to clear off for good. They stayed in charge in the reminder of the contest and celebrated a well-deserved win at the end. Michal Michalak notched 18 points and 6 rebounds for Poland. Przemyslaw Karnowski secured 10 points and 13 boards in the victory. Andrija Dumovic answered with 20 points for Australia. Mitch Norton had 8 points in the loss.

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World Championships U17: Round: 4 (Preliminary Round)

World Championships U17 Final Standings
 1. USA
 2. Turkey
 3. Lithuania
 4. Spain
 5. Canada
 6. France
 7. Australia
 8. S.Korea
 9. Bosnia
 10. China
 11. Dominican R.
 12. Finland
 13. Argentina
 14. Taiwan
 15. Mali
 16. Egypt
World Championships U17 Standings
Group A
 1. USA 5-0 
 2. Australia 4-1 
 3. China 3-2 
 4. Czech Rep. 2-3 
 5. France 1-4 
 6. Egypt 0-5 
Group B
 1. Croatia 5-0 
 2. Spain 3-2 
 3. Argentina 3-2 
 4. Canada 3-2 
 5. Lithuania 1-4 
 6. S.Korea 0-5 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 22.3
 1. Akoon-P., Bakken22.3 
 2. Haas, SISU18.8 
 3. Burgess, Randers18.8 
 4. Mack, Horsens IC17.9 
 5. Champagnie, Stevn.17.6 
 6. McGrew, SI.17.1 
 7. Lundberg, Horse.17.0 
 8. Dominique, Horsholm16.8 
 9. Sandager, Stevn.16.3 
 10. Baru, SISU16.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Tanner MCGREW
  Avg: 10.7
 1. McGrew, SI.10.7 
 2. Sane, Naestved9.2 
 3. Champagnie, Stevn.8.1 
 4. Smith, Horsholm8.0 
 5. NaNa, Svendborg7.7 
 6. Colas, Randers7.5 
 7. Trist, Horsens IC7.5 
 8. Moten, Svendborg7.3 
 9. Midtgaard, Horsh.7.1 
 10. Mouboe, Randers6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Charles BURGESS
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Burgess, Randers5.9 
 2. Nielsen, Horsholm4.9 
 3. Mitchell, Naestved4.8 
 4. Porta, Svendborg4.3 
 5. Lundberg, Horse.4.3 
 6. Dranginis, SISU4.1 
 7. Mack, Horsens IC4.1 
 8. Gesell, Bakken3.7 
 9. Lanegger, Naestved3.5 
 10. McGrew, SI.3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Frederik NIELSEN
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Nielsen, Horsholm2.2 
 2. Bonneau, Svendborg2.0 
 3. Mack, Horsens IC1.9 
 4. Burgess, Randers1.9 
 5. Akoon-P., Bakken1.9 
 6. Gesell, Bakken1.8 
 7. Borovcanin, Horse.1.7 
 8. Adjehi, SISU1.7 
 9. Smith, Horsholm1.5 
 10. Baru, SISU1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Adjehi BARU
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Baru, SISU1.5 
 2. Smith, Horsholm1.5 
 3. Sane, Naestved1.2 
 4. Aboubakar Za., Sve.1.2 
 5. Colas, Randers1.2 
 6. Diouf, Bakken1.1 
 7. Christoffers., Bak.1.0 
 8. Artino, Horsens IC1.0 
 9. Adjehi, SISU1.0 
 10. Moten, Svendborg0.9 
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