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FIBA Americas U18 Final Standings
 1. USA
 2. Canada
 3. Argentina
 4. Brazil
 5. P.Rico
 6. Chile
 7. Mexico
 8. El Salvado.
FIBA Americas U18 Stage One Standings
Group A
 1. USA 3-0 
 2. Canada 2-1 
 3. Mexico 1-2 
 4. El Salvado. 0-3 
Group B
 1. Argentina 2-1 
 2. Brazil 2-1 
 3. Chile 1-2 
 4. P.Rico 1-2 
Points Per Game
 Riyadh WILSON
  (193-C-97)
  Avg: 19
 1. Wilson, High S.19.0 
 2. Leon, Ponce15.8 
 3. Collier, High S.14.0 
 4. Turner, High S.13.6 
 5. Colley, CAN N.12.8 
 6. Cousino, Boston C.12.8 
 7. Llorente, Lanus12.6 
 8. Martinez, Survivor12.6 
 9. Shepard, High S.12.6 
 10. Provo, Kent St.12.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Victoria LLORENTE
  (184-F/C-96)
  Avg: 11
 1. Llorente, Lanus11.0 
 2. Abuyeres, Club S.10.4 
 3. Martinez, Survivor10.0 
 4. De Paula, Di.9.6 
 5. Collier, High S.8.6 
 6. Wilson, High S.8.4 
 7. Roma, Wagner8.0 
 8. Ramos, Guadalajara7.2 
 9. Leon, Ponce7.0 
 10. Fuentes, Boston6.4 
Assists Per Game
 Sendy BASAEZ
  (170-PG-96)
  Avg: 4.4
 1. Basaez, Los Leones4.4 
 2. Moore, Louisville4.0 
 3. Caldwell, UCLA3.8 
 4. Mabrey, High S.3.6 
 5. Martinez, Survivor3.6 
 6. Armesto, Lanus3.4 
 7. Collier, High S.3.4 
 8. Kea, High S.3.4 
 9. Colley, CAN N.3.0 
 10. Diaz, MEX N.2.4 
Steals Per Game
 Hillary MARTINEZ
  (172-SF-97)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Martinez, Survivor2.4 
 2. Casiccia, New C.2.4 
 3. Leon, Ponce2.4 
 4. Diaz, MEX N.2.4 
 5. Atkins, Texas2.2 
 6. Basaez, Los Leones2.0 
 7. Cousino, Boston C.2.0 
 8. Lopez, MEX N.2.0 
 9. Moore, Louisville1.8 
 10. Collier, High S.1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Riyadh WILSON
  (193-C-97)
  Avg: 2
 1. Wilson, High S.2.0 
 2. Turner, High S.1.2 
 3. Collier, High S.1.0 
 4. Carleton, CAN N.0.8 
 5. McCowan, High S.0.8 
 6. Gilles, High School0.6 
 7. Lopez, MEX N.0.6 
 8. Atkins, Texas0.6 
 9. Heredia, Survivor0.6 
 10. Llorente, Lanus0.6 

USA claim title in Colorado Springs (Photo: FIBA America)

Starting five
#s#
Yvonne Kea
Kea
Asante Atkins
Atkins
Janae Turner
Turner
Napheesa Collier
Collier
Riyadh Wilson
Wilson
#e#5
4Yvonne Kea 5'9''-F/G-96 High School USA USA
5Adrianna Caldwell 97 High School USA USA
6Destinee Walker 5'2''-PG-97 High School USA USA
7Asante Atkins 5'1''-PG-96 High School USA USA
8Marina Mabrey 5'2''-PG-96 High School USA USA
9Janae Turner 6'3''-C-96 High School USA USA
10Napheesa Collier 6'1''-C-97 High School USA USA
11Mariya Moore 6'0''-G/F-96 Louisville USA
12Beatrice Mompremier 6'5''-C-97 High School USA USA
13Lynn Shepard 6'5''-C-97 High School USA USA
14Riyadh Wilson 6'4''-C-97 High School USA USA
15Zyaire McCowan 6'9''-C-97 High School USA USA


Dawn Staley Head Coach S.Carolina USA

Kim Barnes Arico Assistant Michigan USA

Latinbasket.com All-FIBA Americas U18 Awards 2014 - Aug 12, 2014

Latinbasket.com All-FIBA Americas U18 1st Team 2014
Shaylisha Colley
Colley
Mariya Moore
Moore
Gabriela De Paula
De Paula
Victoria Llorente
Llorente
Riyadh Wilson
Wilson

Best Player: Riyadh Wilson (6'4''-C-97) of USA
Best Guard: Shaylisha Colley (5'8''-PG-96) of Canada
Best Forward: Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) of Argentina
Best Center: Riyadh Wilson (6'4''-C-97) of USA

1st Team
PG: Shaylisha Colley (5'8''-PG-96) of Canada
G/F: Mariya Moore (6'0''-G/F-96) of USA
F: Gabriela De Paula (180-F-96) of Brazil
F/C: Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) of Argentina
C: Riyadh Wilson (6'4''-C-97) of USA

2nd Team
PG: Marina Mabrey (5'2''-PG-96) of USA
SF: Hillary Martinez (172-SF-97) of
El Salvador
F/C: Catalina Abuyeres (182-F/C-97) of Chile
C: Janae Turner (6'3''-C-96) of USA
C: Napheesa Collier (6'1''-C-97) of USA

Honorable Mention
Vitoria Domingos (178-PF-96) of Brazil
Daneesha Provo (5'10''-PG-96) of Canada
Narda Lopez (180-PF-96) of Mexico
Barbara Cousino (178-F-96) of Chile
Aleana Leon (172-G-96) of Puerto Rico
Lynn Shepard (6'5''-C-97) of USA



USA claim title in Colorado Springs - Aug 11, 2014

FINAL
USA - Canada 104-74
USA defended their title in Colorado Springs. They outgunned Canada in the title game to clinch the seventh straight U18 FIBA Americas title. Riyadh Wilson (193-C-97) tallied 25 points and 11 rebounds to pace the winners. She was named the tournament's MVP. Napheesa Collier (186-C-97) contributed 18 points for the winners. The USA built a 50:32 halftime lead. They stretched the gap at 32-point mark at the final break and coasted to the victory afterwards. Shaylisha Colley (173-PG-96) responded with 16 points for Canada.
3-4 Place
Brazil - Argentina 67-69
Argentina earned the Bronze medals at the championship. They nipped archrivals Brazil in the consolation final. Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) stepped up with 23 points and 15 rebounds for the winners. Brazil dominated in the first half. They secured a 30:23 halftime lead. But Argentina denied the deficit in the third term and tied things up. Argentina scored 21 points in the fourth frame and sneaked to a narrow win at the end. Julieta Albuerne (166-G-96) had 15 points for the winners. Nicole Xavier (183-F/C-96) responded with 13 points for Brazil. Vitoria Domingos (178-PF-96) had 10 points and 9 rebounds in the defeat.

5-6 Place
Puerto Rico - Chile 51-49
Puerto Rico finished fifth in Colorado Springs after they edged Chile. Aleana Leon (172-G-96) stepped up with 14 points and 10 rebounds to pace Puerto Rico. Chile led by two points after twenty minutes. But Puerto Rico went on a 17:13 run in the fourth frame to eke out a tough win. Sofia Roma (188-C-97), Gladyshka Gerena (165-PG-97) and Nachalie de Jesus answered with 9 points each for Puerto Rico. Barbara Cousino (178-F-96) responded with 17 points for Chile.

7-8 Place
El Salvador - Mexico 45-77
Mexico cruised past El Salvador in the final game at the tournament. Dana Soto (167-PG-97) scored 15 points to pace the winners. Mexico therefore occupied the 7th overall position. They established a 19:6 lead after ten minutes and never looked back en route to the victory. Laura Perez (171-SG-97) delivered 12 points and 7 rebounds for Mexico. Adriana Rivas (176-F/G-96) replied with 17 points and 7 rebounds for El Salvador.


USA and Canada to clash for title in Colorado Springs - Aug 10, 2014

SEMIFINAL
USA - Argentina 97-51
The USA prevailed against Argentina to reach the title game in Colorado Springs. The hosts were paced by 23 points and 9 rebounds from Riyadh Wilson (193-C-97). The USA went on a 56:16 first half run to clear off for good. Beatrice Mompremier (195-C-97), Marina Mabrey (156-PG-96) and Lynn Shepard (195-C-97) delivered 11 points each for the winners. Agustina Garcia (173-F/G-96) responded with 12 points for Argentina.

Brazil - Canada 60-67
Canada survived a tough test against Brazil to advance into championship game in Colorado Springs. The North American team jumped at 23:13 lead after the opening quarter. But Brazil denied the deficit in the next two quarters. They tied things up at 48 heading into the fourth frame. Canada reacted with a 19:12 run in the final stanza to seal the victory. Daneesha Provo (178-PG-96) delivered 18 ponts and 7 rebounds for Canada. Shaylisha Colley (173-PG-96) added 11 points and 9 rebounds for the winners. Vitoria Domingos (178-PF-96) responded with 16 points for Brazil.
5-8 Place
Chile - El Salvador 63-41
Chile knocked down El Salvador in the classification round. Catalina Abuyeres (182-F/C-97) stepped up with 14 points and 10 rebounds for the winners. Chile piled up a 36:22 halftime lead. They protected it well throughout the second half cruising to the victory. Barbara Cousino (178-F-96) and Nicol Salvo (175-G/F-97) delivered 11 points each for the winners. Hillary Martinez (172-SF-97) answered with 11 points, 12 boards and 8 assists for El Salvador.

Mexico - Puerto Rico 51-68
Puerto Rico outgunned Mexico at the start of the classification round. Aleana Leon (172-G-96) stepped up with 23 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds to pace Puerto Rico. Mexico eked out a 16:15 lead after the first frame. But Puerto Rico went on a strong 34:17 run in the next two quarters and cleared off for good. Annelisse Vargas (170-PG-97) provided 11 points for the winners. Narda Lopez (180-PF-96) answered with 18 points and 11 rebounds for Mexico.


Recap of Day 3 in Colorado Springs - Aug 9, 2014

Group A
Canada - USA 76-107
The USA earned the third consecutive victory at the tournament. They fired past Canada to clinch the top position in Group A. Canada secured a 23:21 lead after the first frame. But the USA took over in the second quarter. They erupted for 33 points to spur ahead. The United States side exploded with 29 points in the third term to clear off for good. Napheesa Collier (186-C-97) netted 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the winners. Janae Turner (190-C-96) added 21 points and 8 rebounds for the USA. Shaylisha Colley (173-PG-96) responded with 21 points for Canada.

El Salvador - Mexico 37-74
Mexico clinched the first win in Colorado Springs. They overcame El Salvador for 1-2 record in Group A. Dana Soto (167-PG-97) nailed 15 points and pulled down 7 rebounds to pace the winners. Mexico piled up a 34:15 halftime lead. They maintained the advantage throughout the second half cruising to the victory. Narda Lopez (180-PF-96) delivered 10 points for the winners. Hillary Martinez (172-SF-97) responded with 12 points and 8 rebounds for El Salvador.

Group B
Puerto Rico - Argentina 44-47
Argentina nipped Puerto Rico to secure the semifinal tickets. Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) was pivotal with 21 points and 13 rebounds for the winners. Puerto Rico gained a 21:17 halftime lead. But Argentina responded with a 16:6 run in the third term to pull ahead. They protected the lead throughout the fourth frame and sealed the winning outcome. Sabrina Rodighero (169-F-96) delivered 8 points for Argentina. Aleana Leon (172-G-96) responded with 21 points and 8 rebounds for Puerto Rico.

Chile - Brazil 63-75
Brazil outgunned Chile to clinch the top position in Group B. Susan Cortes (164-PG-96) stepped up with 14 points to lead the effort. Brazil went on a 20:11 run in the second frame to ensure a 9-point halftime lead. They maintained the advantage throughout the second half cruising to the victory. Jennifer Calixto (189-C-98) delivered 10 points for Brazil. Sendy Basaez (170-PG-96) responded with 17 points for Chile.


Recap of Day 2 in Colorado Springs - Aug 8, 2014

Group A
USA - El Salvador 118-50
The USA eased past El Salvador to gain 2-0 record in Group A. It was a one-way traffic right from the start. The United States built a comprehensive 67:22 halftime lead. They went on a 38:7 run in the third term to clear off for good. Eight players scored in double digits for the USA. Destinee Walker (156-PG-97) netted 18 points to lead the effort. Riyadh Wilson (193-C-97) accounted for 16 points in the victory. Hillary Martinez (172-SF-97) responded with 17 points and 10 rebounds for El Salvador.

Mexico - Canada 54-81
Canada celebrated the second straight victory in Colorado Springs. They knocked down Mexico to improve at 2-0 record on top of Group A. Daneesha Provo (178-PG-96) and Christina Buttenham (180-SG-96) stepped up with 15 points each to pace the winners. Canada piled up a 34:23 halftime lead. They protected it well throughout the second half cruising to the victory. Laura Perez (171-SG-97) responded with 10 points for Mexico.

Group B
Puerto Rico - Chile 51-63
Barbara Cousino (178-F-96) notched 19 points to pace Chile past Puerto Rico in the second round of preliminary action. Chile jumped to an early lead. They ensured a 36:25 halftime lead. Chile boosted the margin to as many as 15 points at the final intermission. Puerto Rico cut the distance in the fourth frame but could not avoid the defeat. Catalina Abuyeres (182-F/C-97) netted 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the winners. Gladyshka Gerena (165-PG-97) and Nachalie De Jesus responded with 9 points each for Puerto Rico.

Argentina - Brazil 56-61
Brazil nipped Argentina to open win count in Colorado Springs. Vitoria Domingos (178-PF-96) accounted for 15 points and 8 rebounds in the victory. Brazil secured a 29:27 halftime lead. Argentina responded with a 21:13 run in the third term to pull ahead. However Brazil held their opponents to just 8 points in the fourth stanza and snatched a vital win at the end. Gabriela De Paula netted 14 points and collected 14 rebounds for Brazil. Agustina Garcia (173-F/G-96) and Agustina Leiva (180-C-96) responded with 11 points each for Argentina.


Recap of Day 1 in Colorado Springs - Aug 7, 2014

Group A
Mexico - USA 55-104
USA coasted past Mexico In the opening game in Colorado Springs. Janae Turner (190-C-96) and Lynn Shepard (195-C-97) came up with 16 points each to pace the hosts. USA established a 47:24 halftime lead. They poured in 32 points in the third term to clear off for good. Riyadh Wilson (193-C-97) tossed in 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the winners. Claudia Ramos (180-SF-97) responded with 15 points for Mexico.

El Salvador - Canada 34-65
Canada secured a strong start to their FIBA Americas campaign. They knocked down El Salvador in the opener. Daneesha Provo (178-PG-96) stepped up with 14 points to pace the North American side. Canada went on a 20:4 run in the second frame to pile up a 38:17 halftime advantage. They stayed in charge throughout the second half racing to the victory. Christina Buttenham (180-SG-96) delivered 12 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Hillary Martinez (172-SF-97) answered with 10 points and 8 rebounds for El Salvador.

Group B
Brazil - Puerto Rico 57-64
Puerto Rico dropped Brazil in the first game in Colorado Springs. Aleana Leon (G-96) came up with 15 points to pace the Puerto Rican side. Brazil jumped at 15:13 lead after ten minutes. But Puerto Rico responded with a 20:11 run in the second frame to pull in front. They boosted the margin to as many as 13 points at the final intermission. Yolanda Pagan (166-PG-96) delivered 11 points for Puerto Rico. Gabriela De Paula answered with 15 points for Brazil.

Chile - Argentina 40-45
Argentina snatched a narrow victory over Chile in the opener. Julieta Albuerne dropped 12 points to lead the effort. Argentina secured a 24:17 halftime advantage. But Chile slowed their opponents down in the second half. Chile got within five points at the final break. The teams traded baskets throughout the fourth term as Argentina got away with a narrow win. Magali Armesto (170-PG-96) and Victoria Llorente (184-F/C-96) had 9 points each for Argentina. Catalina Abuyeres (182-F/C-97) responded with 12 points and 10 rebounds for Chile.



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