Round Up: Venezia Win Seesaw Battle With Arras

04.11.2010

Olena Ogorodnikova (Reyer Venezia)
Olena Ogorodnikova had 17 points for Reyer Venezia
Reyer Venezia edged out Arras Pals D'Artois 64-61 to improve to 2-0 in Group K.

Giorgia Sottana had 18 points and Olena Ogorodnikova 17 to pace the victors.

Elitzur Ramla opened their EuroCup Women campaign with a win as they beat HATIS Yerevan 82-69 on the road.

Shay Doron scored 19 points and Le'Coe Willingham added 18 points and 12 rebounds for the victors. HATIS wasted 27 points and 10 rebounds from Amanda Jackson as they dropped to 0-2 in Group F.

In Group C, Partizan Galenika made it two wins out of two as they topped Besiktas 73-61 behind 17 points from Dajana Butulija and 12 points and 13 rebounds from Jasmine Stone. Iziane Castro Marques had 17 points but was guilty of seven turnovers for Besiktas.

Brooke Queenan (Minsk-2006)
Brooke Queenan had 20 points in the Minsk 2006 thrashing of Petrolina AEK
Minsk-2006 bounced back in style from their opening loss in Group G, thrashing Petrolina AEK 116-50.

Minsk looked a different team to the one that went down to Dynamo Moscow last week, with Brooke Queenan's 20-point haul leading five players scoring in double figures.

Tatsiana Likhtarovich had a huge night to lead Horizont to a 92-53 win over SCM-CCS Craiova as they improved to 2-0 in Group B.

Likhtarovich collected 28 points, 10 rebounds and four assists, while Viktoryia Hasper had 16 points and nine rebounds.

Gran Canaria held off a late rally from Szeviep to win 75-72 on the road and win their Group L opener.

Szeviep, who fall to 0-2, scored the final four points of the game, but could not finish the job as Reka Fejes' three-pointer on the buzzer missed.

Energa Torun needed two overtimes to improve their record to 2-0 in Group J as they edged out Mann Filter 87-79.

A thrilling game finished 67-67 at the end of regulation while Jelena Makimovic's three-pointer tied it up for Torun late in the first overtime to make it 73-73 and force another five minutes, which the hosts then dominated.

Emina Demirovic, Rada Vidovic and Dajana Bugarin formed a three-woman wrecking crew as Zeljeznicar beat Lemminkainen 73-58 in Group A.

The trio combined to score 62 of Zeljeznicar's 73 points, with Demirovic collecting 24, Vidovic 22 and Bugarin 16.


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