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FIBA Americas U18 2012 - Women Basketball


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FIBA Americas U18 Final Standings
1. USA
2. Brazil
3. Argentina
4. Canada
5. Puerto Rico
6. Colombia
7. Mexico
8. Dominican R.

FIBA Americas U18 Group Stage Standings
Group A
1. USA 3-0
2. Argentina 2-1
3. Colombia 1-2
4. Dominican R. 0-3
Group B
1. Brazil 3-0
2. Canada 2-1
3. P.Rico 1-2
4. Mexico 0-3
Points Per Game
 Morgan TUCK
  (188-F-94)
  Avg: 17.8
 1. Tuck, USA17.8 
 2. Stewart, USA14.0 
 3. Ramona, BRA14.0 
 4. Tapias, COL13.8 
 5. Mabrey, USA12.8 
 6. Ramirez, COL11.6 
 7. Faz, MEX10.6 
 8. Prince, USA10.6 
 9. Hernandez, DOM10.4 
 10. Sancisi, ARG9.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Maria FAZ
  (--95)
  Avg: 9
 1. Faz, MEX9.0 
 2. Stewart, USA7.8 
 3. Graves, USA6.8 
 4. Lara, MEX6.6 
 5. Sosa, COL6.6 
 6. Llorente, ARG6.6 
 7. Hudyn, CAN6.6 
 8. Correa, PUR6.5 
 9. Goncalves, BRA6.5 
 10. Ramona, BRA6.4 
Assists Per Game
 Michaela MABREY
  (175-G-94)
  Avg: 4.8
 1. Mabrey, USA4.8 
 2. Jefferson, USA4.2 
 3. Sosa, COL3.4 
 4. Ramona, BRA3.0 
 5. Sancisi, ARG3.0 
 6. Brown, USA3.0 
 7. Luciano, PUR3.0 
 8. Lukan, CAN2.2 
 9. Prince, USA2.2 
 10. Hudyn, CAN2.0 
Steals Per Game
 Isabela RAMONA
  (178-F-94)
  Avg: 3.8
 1. Ramona, BRA3.8 
 2. Abreu, DOM3.2 
 3. Prince, USA3.0 
 4. Brown, USA2.8 
 5. Faz, MEX2.4 
 6. Luciano, PUR2.4 
 7. Ramirez, COL2.2 
 8. Tapias, COL2.0 
 9. Leon, PUR2.0 
 10. Soto, MEX1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Maria FAZ
  (--95)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Faz, MEX3.6 
 2. Prens, COL2.6 
 3. Stewart, USA1.8 
 4. Rodriguez, DOM1.4 
 5. Lara, MEX1.2 
 6. Campbell, CAN1.2 
 7. Agee, USA1.2 
 8. Mabrey, USA1.0 
 9. Jefferson, USA1.0 
 10. Cooper, USA1.0 


USA clinch 2012 U18 Fiba Americas title (Photo: FIBA Americas)

USA National Team 2012
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Starting five
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Moriah Jefferson
Jefferson
Michaela Mabrey
Mabrey
Breanna Stewart
Stewart
Alexis Prince
Prince
Morgan Tuck
Tuck
#e#5
4 Moriah Jefferson 5'7''-G-94
5 Lexie Brown 5'9''-PG-94
7 Michaela Mabrey 5'9''-G-94
9 Jannah Tucker 5'11''-G-95
10 Breanna Stewart 6'3''-F/C-94 High School USA USA
11 Alexis Prince 6'2''-G/F-94
12 Morgan Tuck 6'2''-F-94 High School USA USA
13 Bashaara Graves 6'2''-F-94
14 Candice Agee 6'6''-C-94
15 Kendall Cooper 6'3''-C-95

Katie Meier Head Coach Miami, FL USA
Nikki Caldwell Assistant LSU USA
Kelly Graves Assistant Gonzaga USA

Latinbasket.com All-FIBA Americas U18 Awards 2012 - Aug 21, 2012
Latinbasket.com All-FIBA Americas U18 1st Team
#s#
Breanna Stewart
Stewart
Micaela Sancisi
Sancisi
Michaela Mabrey
Mabrey
Isabela Ramona
Ramona
Morgan Tuck
Tuck
#e#5

MVP: Breanna Stewart (191-F/C-94) of USA
Best Guard: Michaela Mabrey (175-G-94) of USA
Best Forward: Isabela Ramona (178-F-94) of Brazil
Best Center: Breanna Stewart (191-F/C-94) of USA
Best Coach: Katie Meier of USA

1st Team
PG: Micaela Sancisi (168-94) of Argentina
G: Michaela Mabrey (175-94) of USA
F: Isabela Ramona (178-94) of Brazil
F: Morgan Tuck (188-94) of USA
F/C: Breanna Stewart (191-94) of USA

2nd Team
PG: Lexie Brown (175-94) of USA
G/F: Alexis Prince (188-94) of USA
F: Maria Fonseca (179-94) of Brazil
F: Bashaara Graves (188-94) of USA
C: Maria Faz (-95) of Mexico

Honorable Mention
Maria Tapias (G-95) of Colombia
Laura Ramirez (94) of Colombia
Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) of Argentina
Diamalises Rivera (G-94) of Puerto Rico
Myriam Lara () of Mexico
Moriah Jefferson (170-G-94) of USA
Paige Crozon (186-F-94) of Canada



USA defends the title in Gurabo - Aug 19, 2012
Final
Brazil - USA 47-71
USA won the Gold at U18 FIBA Americas Championship. They cruised past Brazil 71-47 to defend the title in Gurabo. Brazil opened the game better making 16-7 lead in the first ten minutes, but all after that belonged to USA. They needed just few minutes to tie the score and later USA went to the halftime with 5-point lead. USA continued in the same rhythm after the breather creating 21-7 in Q3 for plus 19 with ten minutes remaining in the game. It was too much for Brazil and USA brought gold medal to the country. Morgan Tuck (188-F-94) stepped up for the winners with double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds. Michaela Mabrey (175-G-94) had 14 points and 5 rebs, while Breanna Stewart (191-F/C-94) helped with 13 pts and 10 boards in this victory. At the other side, Isabela Ramona (178-F-94) was better than the others with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Their second scorers were Thamara Silva (187-C-94) and Estela Gregorio (177-G-94). Argentina won the Bronze in Gurabo.
Bronze
Argentina - Canada 53-49
Argentina had to work very hard against Canada to take the gold medal at U18 FIBA Americas in Gurabo. Argentina celebrated 53-49 win on Sunday in the game for third place. Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) was the leading player in victory with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Florencia Martinez (170-G-94) scored 11 points and Julieta Armesto (179-F-94) added 7 pts, plus 5 rebs. In the loosing squad, Cheyanne Roger (188-C-95) answered with 13 points and 8 rebs. Michelle Hudyn (188-F) followed her with 8 points and 6 rebs, while Paige Crozon (186-F-94) stopped to 6 pts in this loss. Canada shined at the beginning of this game making 11-point lead in the first ten minutes, but Argentineans immediately woke up after that. They made 25-12 in Q2 for 2-point lead at the halftime. Third period belonged to Canada 13-11 and teams went to the last ten minutes tied at 45-45. Argentina stopped its rival to only six points for the entire Q4, while they scored 8 at the other side and it was enough for the victory. USA defended the gold medal in Gurabo, while Brazil won the silver.
Places 5-6
Colombia - Puerto Rico 46-56
Puerto Rico won the fifth place in Gurabo. The host of U18 FIBA Americas Championship handed 56-46 loss to Colombia in the last day of the competition. Krystal Luciano (96) top-scored in victory with 14 points and Diamalises Rivera (93) followed her with 13, but she also grabbed 7 rebounds beside that. Claudia Ortiz (96) delivered 10 points. In Colombia, Maria Tapias (95) posted 18 points and Laura Ramirez (94) added 10 points, plus 6 rebs. Diana Prens (96) collected 9 points and 8 boards in this defeat. Puerto Rico was up by 6 at the halftime and Colombia cut the margin to 5 with ten minutes to go in the game. The hosts shined in the last quarter and later won this game with comfortable 56-46. USA defended the gold medal in Gurabo. Silver belongs to Brazil, while Argentina won the bronze.
Places 7-8
Mexico - Dominican Republic 64-33
MMexico avoided last place at U18 FIBA Americas Championship in Gurabo. They blasted Dominican Republic 64-33 in the last day of the competition and it was a game for the seventh place. Mexico took control on its rival from the very beginning and never looked back. Quarters: 14-5, 25-7, 11-13, 14-8. Myriam Lara led the winners with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Maria Morales scored 12 points and Maria Faz (95) added 10 pts, plus 9 boards. In defeat, Cheisy Hernandez (94) was better than the others with 12 points. Libia Peralta had 7 pts and 9 rebounds. USA defended the gold medal at this event. They handed 71-47 loss to Mexico in the Big Final. Argentina is the bronze medal winner.


*USA, BRAZIL, ARGENTINA and CANADA booked a ticket for 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. American forward Breanna Stewart was named the MVP of the tournament.


USA and Brazil to fight for the Gold in Gurabo - Aug 19, 2012
Semis
Brazil - Argentina 67-54
Brazil advanced to the Big Final of U18 FIBA Americas in Gurabo. They eliminated Argentina with 67-54 in the Semis. Brazil's rival will be defending champion USA. At the other side, Argentina will play against Canada for the bronze medal. Vanessa Goncalves (185-F-94) led Brazil with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Isabela Ramona (178-F-94) followed her with 11 points and 8 rebs, while, Estela Gregorio (177-G-94) netted 7 pts. In defeat, Micaela Sancisi (168-PG-94) had 17 points and Julieta Armesto (179-F-94) had 16 pts, plus 9 rebs. Their third scorer was Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) with 9 pts (7 rebs). Quarters: 9-13, 15-19, 20-7, 23-15. Sunday is the last day of the championship in Gurabo.


USA - Canada 95-46

As expected, USA will play in the final of U18 FIBA Americas Championship in Gurabo. They were too strong for Canada 95-46 in the Semis. In the gold medal game USA will play against Brazil. At the other side, Canada will play against Argentina for the bronze medal. All Semifinalists already booked a ticker for 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. Morgan Tuck (188-F-94) led USA with 22 points and Breanna Stewart (6'3''-F/C-94) had 20 points, plus 8 rebounds. Michaela Mabrey (5'9''-G-94) followed them with 13 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. In Canada, Paige Crozon (6'1''-F-94) was better than the others with 9 points. Samantha Cooper (6'1''-G/F), Renee Byrne (5'10''-G) and Ruth Hamblin (6'5''-C) netted 8 pts each. Quarters: 24-8, 29-12, 22-11, 20-15. Sunday is the last day of the championship.
Places 5-8
Colombia - Mexico 70-45
Colombia made a first step toward fifth place at U18 FIBA Americas Chamionship in Gurabo. They handed 70-45 loss to Mexico on Saturday. In order to take position No.5, Colombia will have to beat Puerto Rico. At the other side, Mexico will meet Dominican Republic trying to avoid last place at this event. Colombia took control on its rival from the beginning and never looked back. Quarters: 18-11, 22-7, 15-15, 15-12. Laura Ramirez (94) and Elizabeth Gutierrez (94) led the winners with 13 and 11 points respectively. Marlyn Vente (96) added 11 points and 7 rebs. In defeat, Maria Faz (95) answered with 10 points and Maria Morales (95) added 8 pts, plus 12 boards. Competition in Gurabo will end today (Sunday).

Puerto Rico - Dominican Republic 68-35
Puerto Rico outplayed Dominican Republic 68-35 on Saturday. It means that the host of U18 FIBA Americas made a first step toward fifth place in Gurabo. They will have to beat Colombia on Sunday to take this spot. Dominican Republic will fight for seventh place against Mexico. All of the above mentioned teams failed to book a ticket for the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. Puerto Rico made 17-point lead until the halftime and had no troubles to keep it for rest of the game. Quarters: 14-8, 16-5, 19-6, 19-16. Aleana Leon (96) and Roxairaly Armesto scored 13 points each for the winners. Diamalises Rivera (93) followed them with 12 points and 9 rebs. In loss, Cheisy Hernandez (94) had 15 points and 5 rebs, and Yamel Abreu (95) added 10 points. Championship ends today.



Day 3: Semifinals are set in Gurabo - Aug 18, 2012
Group A
Dominican Republic - Argentina 26-51
Argentina advanced to the Semifinals of U18 FIBA Americas championship in Gurabo. They smashed Dominican Republic 51-26 on Friday ending the Preliminary stage with 2-1 record. That was enough for the second place in this pool. It is very important to mention that Argentina already booked a ticket for the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. At the other side, Dominican Republic ended this stage winless (0-3) and will continue in classification games from 5th-8th place. Argentina took control on its rival from the beginning and never looked back. Quarters: 19-5, 9-9, 10-4, 13-8. Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) stepped up for Argentina with 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Julieta Armesto (179-F-94) helped with 12 pts. Agustina Jourthevil (175-F-94) followed them with 10 points. In the loosing squad, Yamel Abreu (95) scored 11 points and Cheisy Hernandez (94) stopped to 7. Argentina will meet Brazil today in the Semis. Dominican Republic will play against Puerto Rico.

Colombia - USA 36-87
USA is the winner of Group A in Gurabo with perfect 3-0 record. They handed 87-36 loss to Colombia in the last day of the Preliminary Round. It means that USA advanced to the Semifinals of U18 FIBA Americas championship, where they will meet Canada. USA is the defending champion. Their best player in this meeting was Alexis Prince (188-G/F-94) with 19 points and 6 rebounds. Morgan Tuck (188-F-94) (6 rebs) and Michaela Mabrey (175-G-94) netted 17 and 15 points respectively. It is very important to mention that USA booked a ticket for the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. Colombia finished as third ranked team of Group A (1-2) and failed to reach the next stage. They will continue in classification games from 5th-8th place. Maria Tapias (95) and Laura Ramirez (94) scored 15 pts each for Colombia in this game. Championship continues today.
Group B
Puerto Rico - Brazil 53-66
Brazil finished Preliminary Round at U18 FIBA Americas in Gurabo with perfect 3-0 record. This time they outplayed Puerto Rico 66-53 to win Group B. Brazil advanced to the Semifinals and at the same time booked a ticket for 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship. Isabela Ramona (178-F-94) came up with 24 points and 8 rebounds in this victory (valuation 26, MVP). Maria Fonseca (179-F-94) followed her with 11 points and 8 boards. In Puerto Rico, Aleana Leon (96) was better than the others with 14 points and 6 rebounds, and Claudia Ortiz (96) stopped to 12 points and 5 rebs. Quarters: 15-16, 18-13, 18-15, 15-9. The host of this event ended as No.3 in Group B with 1-2 record and failed to reach the next stage. Puerto Rico will try to win fifth place at this event and its first rival will be Dominican Republic. In the Semis, Brazil will meet Argentina. Championship continues today.

Mexico - Canada 40-61
Canada celebrated second win at U18 FIBA Americas championship in Gurabo. They downed Mexico 61-40 ending the Preliminary Round as No.2 of Group B with almost perfect 2-1 record. It means that Canada advanced to the Semifinals, where they will meet defending champion USA. Mexico failed to reach the next stage as they finished with 1-2 score in this pool (1-2). They will fight for the fifth place in Gurabo. Paige Crozon (186-F-94) stepped up for her team with 13 points and 7 rebounds, and Kaylee Halvorson (170-G-94) helped with 12 pts. Cheyanne Roger (188-C-95) collected 11 points and 7 boards. In the loosing squad, Maria Faz (95) answered with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Daniela Soto (96) also scored 11 pts and Myriam Lara added 9 points, plus 6 boards. Quarters: 10-2, 13-13, 21-10, 17-15). Championship continues today. Mexico's next rival will be Colombia. It is very important to mention that Canada booked a ticket for the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship.


Day Two in Gurabo - Aug 17, 2012
Group A
USA - Argentina 68-28
USA celebrated second straight win at U18 FIBA Americas championship in Gurabo. This time the defending champion smashed Argentina 68-28 for 2-0 record in Group A. USA will meet Colombia tomorrow and will try to win this pool with perfect score. At the other side, Argentina dropped to 1-1, but still has a nice chance to reach the Semifinals. USA took control on its rival from the very beginning and never looked back after that. Quarters: 18-6, 17-4, 17-9, 16-9. Breanna Stewart (191-F/C-94) (6'3''-F/C-94) led the winners with double-double of 17 points and 12 rebounds. Michaela Mabrey (5'9''-G-94) scored 13 points and Morgan Tuck (6'2''-F-94) added one less. At the other side, Argentina did not have anyone with 5 or more points. Leon Zulema Garcia (6'1''-C-94), Macarena Jerez (5'4''-PG-94) and Sofia Chelini (5'6''-PG-95) stopped 4 pts each. As mentioned above, in the last day of the Preliminary Round USA will meet Colombia. Argentina's rival will be Dominican Republic.

Colombia - Dominican Republic 47-40
Colombia grabbed its first victory at U18 FIBA Americas in Gurabo. They handed 47-40 loss to Dominican Republic for 1-1 record in Group A. However, it is hard to believe that Colombia will be able to reach the Semifinals as they will have to beat powerful USA today. At the other side, Dominican Republic stays winless after two games, but still has a chance to advance. Everything will be clear later today. Maria Tapias (95) led the winners with 23 points and 6 rebounds, and Sara Sosa (95) added 11 pts, 8 boards and 6 assists. Their third scorer was Laura Ramirez (94) with 6 points (7 rebs). In Dominican Republic, Yamel Abreu (95) (12 rebs) and Frabel Feliz (94) (7 rebs) posted 11 points each, while Cheisy Hernandez (94) collected 8 points and 10 boards. Quarters: 12-6, 10-7, 5-14, 20-13. Dominican Republic will have to beat Argentina today with at least with 9-point difference and to hope that USA will beat Colombia.
Group B
Mexico - Brazil 31-62
Brazil had no troubles to beat Mexico in Day Two of U18 FIBA Americas championship in Gurabo. It was a 62-31 victory and Brazil jumped to 2-0 record in Group B. They have a great chance to reach the Semifinals. At the other side, Mexico (0-2) is in very difficult situation as they slipped to 0-2. Brazil made 9-point lead already in the first quarter and jumped to plus 18 at the halftime. Nothing has changed after that as Brazil kept increasing its lead for rest of the way. Maria Ferreira (188-F-94) scored 13 pts and pulled down 8 rebounds in victory, and Estela Gregorio (177-G-94) posted 11 points. Martha Silva (185-C-94) had 8 pts and 5 rebounds. Mexico's best player was Maria Faz (95) with 11 points and 13 rebounds, while Maria Morales (95) stopped to 7 pts. Brazil will play against Puerto Rico today and Mexico will meet Canada. All Semifinals tickets are still available.

Canada - Puerto Rico 58-43
Very valuable win for Canada against the host of U18 FIBA Americas championship. Canada handed 58-43 loss to Puerto Rico joining them with 1-1 record in Group B. Both teams have a chance to reach the Semifinals, but everything will be clear later today. Third quarter was the crucial one in this meeting. Teams were tied at 31-31 at the HT and Canada exploded with 19-7 for the next ten minutes, after what Puerto Rico was not able to reply. Quarters: 18-17, 13-14, 19-7, 8-5. Paige Crozon (186-F-94) paced Canada with 18 points and 6 rebounds. Michelle Hudyn (188-F) had 10 points and 10 rebs, while Samantha Cooper (185-G/F) also scored 10 pts, but to go with 6 boards. Krystal Luciano (96) collected 11 points and 9 rebs in defeat. Sidney Santos (95) (5 rebs) and Paola Crespo (96) posted 6 pts each. Today is the last day of the Preliminary Round in Gurabo. Canada will play against Mexico and Puerto Rico will take on top-ranked Brazil.


Day One in Gurabo - Aug 16, 2012

GROUP A

U18 Dominican Republic - U18 USA 26-99
First games of U18 FIBA Americas in Gurabo were played last night. USA is placed to Group A together with Dominican Republic, Argentina and Colombia. In the opening game USA demonstrated its power against Dominican Republic 99-26 for 1-0 record in the group. The North Americans got off to an erratic start on offense, shooting only 29 percent from the field in the first quarter. That resulted with 13-15 for Dominicans after 10 minutes of play. However, USA took control on its rival after that making huge 31-4 in the second period. They continued with 33-5 after the breather and 20-4 in the last quarter for the final 99-26 victory. Morgan Tuck (188-F-94) led the winners with 23 points. Breanna Stewart (191-F/C-94) had 14 and Candice Agee (198-C-94) helped with 11 points. In the loosing squad, Cheisy Hernandez (94) answered with 9 pts. Today, USA will meet Argentina, while Dominican Republic will take on Colombia. Two best teams from Group A will advance to the Semifinals.

Dominican Republic: Cheisy Hernandez 9
USA: Morgan Tuck 23, Breanna Stewart 14, Candice Agee 11


U18 Argentina - U18 Colombia 56-46
Argentina had successful debut at U18 FIBA Americas for women. They handed 56-46 loss to Colombia for 1-0 record in Preliminary Group A. Participants of the same pool are also defending champion USA and Dominican Republic, but only two teams will book a spot for the Semifinals. Argentina came out strong from the start against a team from Colombia that had almost no offense in the first quarter, shooting for 13 percent from field. Magali Armesto (165-PG-95) paced her team to 16-8 lead in the first ten minutes. Argentina managed to keep the lead for rest of the way, despite Colombia came to 43-40 with 5:36 left in the game. Nine points from Micaela Sancisi (168-PG-94) in those last five minutes of play were key to giving the victory to Argentina, 56-46 against a tough Colombia squad. Magali Armesto led the winners with 20 points and 12 rebounds, while Sancisi finished the game with 18 points. Argentina did not have anyone else with double digits in scoring. Colombia got 14 points and 7 boards from Laura Ramirez (94), and Diana Prens (96) stopped to 11 pts and 5 rebs. In Day Two, Argentina will meet powerful USA. Colombia will play against also winless Dominican Republic.

Argentina: Magali Armesto 20+12 boards, Micaela Sancisi 18
Colombia: Laura Ramirez 14+7 boards, Diana Prens 11+5 boards


GROUP B

U18 Puerto Rico - U18 Mexico 51-48
Puerto Rico grabbed 51-48 win in the opening day of U18 FIBA Americas championship in Gurabo. The host of this event now has 1-0 record in Group B. Yesterday, Brazil downed Canada 56-46 also in this pool. Claudia Ortiz (96) scored 13 points for Puerto Rico in victory and Roxairaly Rivera helped with 11 points. Aleana Leon (96) followed them with 8 points and 8 boards. At the other side, Mexico got 13 points from Daniela Pardo and 11 pts, plus 10 boards from Maria Faz (95). Maria Morales (95) netted 9 pts in this loss. It was a very exciting meeting and Puerto Rico was focused in the finish to take the victory. Quarters: 16-18, 22-10, 4-10, 9-10. In Day Two, Puerto Rico will meet Canada. Mexico will take on Brazil.

Puerto Rico: Claudia Ortiz 13, Roxairaly Rivera 11, Aleana Leon 8+8 boards
Mexico: Daniela Pardo 13, Maria Faz 11+10 boards, Maria Morales 9


U18 Canada - U18 Brazil 46-56
Brazil had joyful Day One in Gurabo. They outplayed Canada 56-46 in their debut at U18 FIBA Americas for women. Thanks to this win Brazil jumped to 1-0 record in Preliminary Group B, which also includes two more teams - Mexico and host Puerto Rico. Canada had 19-8 lead after ten minutes and jumped to 29-12 at the beginning of Q2. Brazilians immediately woke up after that and responded with 12-2 run cutting the margin to 7 points until the halftime. The South Americans opened Q3 with another 6-0 run to take a 32-31 lead with 6:14 left in the period. Later, Brazil had 38-36 with ten minutes remaining. During the last quarter Brazil made crucial 13-2 run which allowed them to take the victory at the end. Maria Fonseca (179-F-94) was the leading scorer in victory with 14 points (5 rebounds). Thamara Silva (187-C-94) (12 rebs) and Isabela Lyra (7 rebs) added 11 points each. In defeat, Samantha Cooper (185-G/F) was better than the others with 9 points and 8 rebounds, while Sarah-Jane Marois (168-G) was behind her with 7 pts. In Day Two, Brazil will take on Mexico, while Canada will play against Puerto Rico.

Canada: Samantha Cooper 9+8 boards, Sarah-Jane Marois 7
Brazil: Maria Fonseca 14+5 boards, Thamara Silva 11+12 boards, Isabela Lyra 11+7 boards



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