Ros Casares 64 MiZo Pecs 66

03 February 2005

Hungarian side MiZo Pecs extended their EuroLeague Women record to 10-1 on Thursday night in Spain, completing a thrilling 2- point victory over Ros Casares Valencia.

Pecs point guard Dalma Ivanyi was sensational for the visitors. She scored 18 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and dished 10 assists, including the game winner to Timea Ivkovicné Béres, whose lay-up wtih 8 seconds left gave Pecs the victory.

The game was always going to be close, and although Pecs led by 8 points midway through the 4th quarter, Amaya Valdemoro and Chamique Holdsclaw sparked a 12-4 run for Valencia and the game was tied 64-64 with one minute remaining.

Pecs had the first chance to strike a killer blow, but Ivanyi's three-point effort went astray. Then it was Valencia's turn and they had 3 golden chances to take the lead.

Elisa Aguilar attempted a three-pointer which missed, but Amaya Valdemoro came up with the offensive rebound. The Spanish international's first putback attempt missed, and although she grabbed yet another offensive rebound, her second effort was also unsuccessful.

This time Pecs were able to secure the rebound and with 8 seconds remaining, Ivanyi found Béres for the game winner.

Andrea Károlyi added 18 points to Ivanyi's haul for Pecs.

Valdemoro finished with a game high 28 points and 9 rebounds.

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