Roundup: Kursk Remain Unbeaten

16 November 2011


8. Ausra Bimbaite (Dynamo Kursk)
Ausra Bimbaite added 15 points as Dynamo Kursk underlined their status as group favourites with a win overKayseri

Dynamo Kursk cruised to another victory in the EuroCup Women on Wednesday night.

The Russian outfit beat Kayseri Kaskispor 93-70 with Anna Petrakova pouring in 26 points.

Kursk, winners of four straight in Group F, only led 30-25 at the end of the first quarter but went to the changing rooms with a 50-36 advantage.

They blew the game wide open in the fourth by outscoring the visitors from Turkey, 25-16.

Michelle Snow had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the victors while Ausra Bimbaite and Natalia Vodopyanova contributed 15 apiece.

Latoya Sanders had 19 points and 11 boards in defeat for Kayseri, who lost for the first time in three games.

In another battle of teams from the same countries, Turkish outfit Botas prevailed in Group A at WBC Dynamo, 89-75.

Courtney Paris was a force in the low post that Dynamo couldn't contain, pouring in 22 points and corralling 15 rebounds.

Botas dominated on the boards, out-rebounding their hosts 45-27.

10. Lenae Williams (USO Mondeville)
Lenae Williams erupted for 38 points in only 32 minutes for Nantes Reze

In Group B, Lotto Young Cats needed overtime but claimed an 84-79 victory over visiting Telge Basket of Sweden.

Sofie Hendrickx and Jasmina Rosseel buried jump shots to start the extra period for a 76-72 lead and Lotto Young Cats never looked back.

Young Belgium national team center Emma Meesseman had 18 points and nine rebounds for the winners while Binta Drammeh finished with 21 points and 10 boards in defeat.

Nantes Reze hammered Optimum Ted Ankara, 94-70, in France.

Lenae Williams had a game she'll never forget, scoring 38 points in the Group C contest for the winners.

Belgians Dexia Namur won their Group C game at home over AD Vagos, 73-64.

Power forward Ifunanya Ibekwe spearheaded the scoring attack for Dexia with 20 points and also had a game-high 15 rebounds.


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