Sabine Niedola had another outstanding showing in leading Latvia to a 83-73 over-time victory over Lithuania to reach the Fifth Place Game of the U20 European Championship for Women, where they will meet Ukraine.
Niedola gathered 21 points, 22 rebounds and five steals - the 17-year-old Latvian star talent's sixth game with at least 17 points and 14 rebounds.
Oleksandra Prystupa poured in 34 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in leading Ukraine to a 94-65 victory over Montenegro at the U20 European Championship for Women to secure them third place in the Qualifying Round Group F.
Oksana Kisilova added 17 points for the Ukrainians, who improved to 2-3 and will now play in the fifth-eighth group. Arina Lysyuk had 13 points and Olena Samburska added 12.
Spain joined Russia in securing a semi-finals spot of the U20 European Championship for Women by streaking past Ukraine 81-59 to remain undefeated in Sulmona.
Jael Freixanet's 20 points paced three players in double figures as Spain improved to 4-0 setting up Thursday's showdown with Russia to decide who takes top honours in Group F.
Natallia Kozun grabbed two offensive rebounds off missed free throws and made two foul shots in the final 44 seconds in leading Belarus to a 56-52 comeback victory over Ukraine at the U20 European Championship for Women.
Kozun scored 13 points and had six rebounds as Belarus improved to 2-1 in the Qualifying Round Group F in Sulmona.
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