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.
Spain overcame a spirited effort by Belarus to win 70-58 and remain undefeated in Group D of the U20 European Championship for Women while Latvia once again were led by Sabine Niedola in a 57-50 victory over Greece.
Georgina Bahi scored 15 points and Jael Freixanet and Noelia Oliva both added 11 points for Spain, which came back from a 12-point first quarter deficit by forcing Belarus into 25 turnovers and holding them to just 35 percent shooting from inside the three-point stripe.
Natallia Kozun and Tatsiana Likhtarovich both notched double-doubles as Belarus beat Belgium 73-67 to capture their second victory in Group D and advance to the qualifying round of the U20 European Championship for Women.
Kozun collected 23 points, 11 rebounds, two steals and three blocks shots while Likhtarovich tallied 22 points and 10 rebounds for Belarus in Group D.
The Czech Republic needed nearly three full quarters to finally pull away from Greece but ended up winning easily 66-56 in their opening game of the U20 European Championship for Women.
Eva Mrhalkova led the way with 16 points while Karla Gergelova added 11 and Kamila Stepanova and Andrea Ovsikova each chipped in 10 points in the Group B opener. The Czechs used a 7-0 surge late in the third period to turn a two-point lead into a nine-point 46-39 gap with two minutes left in the quarter.
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