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Day Two in Chile - Jul 23, 2011


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Nirra Fields
Group A
Egypt - Canada 54-99
Canada demonstrated another great performance in Chile. This time they outplayed Egypt for 2-0 record in Preliminary Group B. On the other side, Egypt dropped to 0-2. With this victory, Canada already secured a ticket for the next stage. Nirra Fields (178-PG-93) shined for Canada with 19 points. Diana Lee (170-G-92) and Korissa Williams (177-G-92) followed her with 12 points each. In the loosing squad, Hagar Amer (184-F-93) replied with 14 points and 5 boards. Reem Osama (170-PG-93) scored 12 and Sara Massoud (174-G-92) added 10 points, plus 7 boards. Quarters: 5-28, 14-25, 19-22, 16-24. In Game Three, Canada will meet Italy. Egypt will play against China and it will be a do-or-die game for both teams.

China - Italy 64-70
Second straight win for Italy in Chile. They handed 70-64 loss to China improving to 2-0 record in Preliminary Group A. On the other side, China stays winless. Debora Carangelo (167-PG-92) top-scored for Italy with 19 points and Giulia Maffenini (180-F-92) added 17 points, plus 5 boards. Francesca Dotto (189-C-93) followed them with 14 pts. In China, Sun had 18 points and 9 rebounds. Yu Dong (195-C-93) had 13 pts and 5 rebs, while Yang Xi (184-G-94) stopped to 11 points. Quarters: 9-14, 21-18, 18-16, 16-22. In the last day of the Preliminary Round, Italy will meet Canada and the winner will end as No.1 of Group A. China will play against Egypt and it will be a do-or-die game for both teams.

Group B
Russia - USA 53-76
Both teams celebrated in Day One of the U19 World Championship in Chile. USA was too strong fro Russia 76-53 in this meeting jumping to 2-0 record in Group B. Russia dropped to 1-1. USA took control on their rivals from the very beginning and never looked back. Diamond Deshields (186-G/F-95) top-scored for USA with 16 points. Breanna Stewart (191-F-94) had 14 and Elizabeth Williams (191-C-93) added 11 points, plus 10 boards. In Russia, Kseniya Andreeva (185-F-92) responded with 15 points. Ekaterina Kubynina (170-G-92) followed with three points less. Quarters: 7-18, 12-22, 13-25, 21-11. In the last game of the Preliminary Round, USA will meet Argentina. Russia will take on Japan.

Japan - Argentina 90-71
Both teams failed in Day One of the U19 World Championship in Chile. Japan grabbed the first win at this event beating Argentina 90-71 on Friday evening. Aya Watanabe (170-G-92) was a key player in victory with 33 points and 11 rebounds. She reached valuation 38 and was the MVP of this meeting. Sanae Motokawa (175-F-92) followed her with 18 points and 6 boards, while Aoi Katsura (170-PG-92) added 10 points, plus 5 boards. In Argentina, Natasha Spiatta (177-F-92) top-scored with 12 points. Diana Cabrera (187-C-93) had 11 points and 11 rebounds, while Melisa Gretter (167-PG-93) added 10 points and 7 boards. Their team dropped to 0-2. In the last day of the Preliminary Round, Japan will meet Russia. Argentina will play against USA.

Group C

Nigeria - France 0-20

Chile - Australia 46-77

Group D
Spain - Taiwan 77-47
U19 Spain registered their first win in Chile. They handed 77-47 loss to Taiwan joining them with 1-1 record in Preliminary Group D. Both teams have a nice chance to reach the next stage. Queralt Casas (180-G-92) stepped up for Spain with 18 points. Marina Delgado (171-PG-92) had 12 points and 7 rebounds, while Astou Ndour (193-C-94) added 9 points and 14 rebs. In defeat, Chang Chi-Fang (174-G-93) collected 12 points and Wei Yu-Chun (176-G-92) stopped to 9. Quarters: 14-10, 12-13, 30-11, 21-13. In the last day of the Preliminary Round, Spain will meet Slovenia. On the other side, Taiwan will take on Brazil. Brazil is currently No.1 in this pool with perfect 3-0 record.

Slovenia - Brazil 50-67
Brazil celebrated second straight win in Chile. After victory against Spain in Day One, Brazil handed 67-50 loss to Slovenia for perfect 2-0 record in Preliminary Group D. Thanks to this win, Brazil already booked a ticket for the next stage. On the other side, Slovenia dropped to 0-2 but still has some chances to reach the Qualifying Round. Damiris Dantas (192-C-92) shined for Brazil with 21 points and 9 rebounds. Isabela Ramona (178-F-94) had 11 points and 7 rebs, while Tassia Carcavalli (178-F-92) added 10 points. In Slovenia, Tjasa Gortnar (187-C-92) collected 17 points and 6 boards. Eva Rupnik (177-F-92) (5 rebs) and Nina Gabrovsek (168-PG-94) had 12 pts each. Quarters: 17-19, 6-13, 12-22, 15-13. In Day Three, Brazil will meet Taiwan. Slovenia will take on Spain.
  




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A Standings
 1. ARG 0-0 
 2. AUS 0-0 
 3. BEL 0-0 
 4. BRA 0-0 
 5. CAN 0-0 
 6. CHN 0-0 
 7. EGY 0-0 
 8. ESP 0-0 
 9. FRA 0-0 
 10. KOR 0-0 
 11. MLI 0-0 
 12. NED 0-0 
 13. RUS 0-0 
 14. SRB 0-0 
 15. TAI 0-0 
 16. USA 0-0 
Stage One Standings
Points Per Game
 Angela SALVADORES
  ESP
  (178-G-97)
  Avg: 18.4
 1. Salvadores, ESP18.4 
 2. Wilson, USA18.3 
 3. Elgedawy, EGY18.0 
 4. Vadeeva, RUS16.9 
 5. Hof, NED16.9 
 6. Llorente, ARG16.6 
 7. Selaawi, EGY15.6 
 8. Westerik, NED14.9 
 9. De Paula, BRA14.1 
 10. Quevedo, ESP14.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Victoria LLORENTE
  ARG
  (184-F/C-96)
  Avg: 13.9
 1. Llorente, ARG13.9 
 2. Vadeeva, RUS12.3 
 3. Park, KOR10.2 
 4. Hof, NED10.0 
 5. Coulibaly, MLI10.0 
 6. Musina, RUS9.7 
 7. Collier, USA9.3 
 8. Elgedawy, EGY8.9 
 9. Wilson, USA8.4 
 10. Milapie, FRA7.9 
Assists Per Game
 Laura CORNELIUS
  NED
  (173-G-96)
  Avg: 6.7
 1. Cornelius, NED6.7 
 2. Allemand, BEL4.7 
 3. Levchenko, RUS4.4 
 4. Salvadores, ESP4.3 
 5. Huang, TAI4.0 
 6. Liu, TAI3.9 
 7. Xing, CHN3.7 
 8. Wallace, AUS3.6 
 9. Tupaea, AUS3.4 
 10. Ortiz, USA3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Thayna SILVA
  (180-F-96)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Silva, BRA3.3 
 2. N'Diaye, MLI3.0 
 3. Kuijt, NED2.8 
 4. Levchenko, RUS2.7 
 5. Selaawi, EGY2.6 
 6. Thomas, USA2.5 
 7. Collier, USA2.4 
 8. Lee, KOR2.3 
 9. Lo, TAI2.3 
 10. Dambach, FRA2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Jieun PARK
  (183-C-95)
  Avg: 4
 1. Park, KOR4.0 
 2. Vadeeva, RUS3.7 
 3. Smith, AUS2.7 
 4. Geldof, BEL2.7 
 5. Hof, NED2.1 
 6. Lo Sylla, ESP1.4 
 7. Maiga, RUS1.3 
 8. Cox, USA1.1 
 9. Wilson, USA1.1 
 10. Arsenic, SRB1.1 
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