Germany and Bulgaria both secured their Division A status at the U20 European Championship for Women at the expense of Belgium and Greece.
While Germany already knew their fate coming into Saturday's final action in the Classification Round, Bulgaria knocked off Belgium 74-68 to stay top flight.
Turkey proved too strong for the Czech Republic in winning 78-56 to capture first place in Group B of the U20 European Championship for Women.
Lithuania also advanced to the Qualifying Round thanks to a 65-60 win against Bulgaria.
Russia out-classed Bulgaria in the second half to win 83-50 and book their second straight victory at the U20 European Championship while the Czech Republic also remained perfect in holding off Latvia 65-56.
Olga Zhuzhgova's 13 points led four players in double figures for Russia, who gave up just five points in the fourth quarter while forcing 20 Bulgaria turnovers in the game.
Sabine Niedola collected 18 points and 16 rebounds and Karlene Nimane hit a driving lay-up with less than a second remaining to give Latvia a thrilling 77-75 victory over Turkey on the opening day of the U20 European Championship for Women.
The 17-year-old Niedola came off the bench and carried the Latvians to the win with eight points and seven offensive rebounds in the fourth quarter alone.