|Point guard Luke Nelson had 12 points Wednesday to help England remain the only unbeaten team in Sarajevo after the opening day of the Second Round|
England were the only team to keep their unbeaten run alive at the U18 European Championship Division B in Sarajevo after the opening day of the Second Round.
With the Czech Republic, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina suffering defeat, England flew solo with a 2-0 record in the Second Round, crushing Estonia 73-49 to take a huge step towards the Semi-Finals.
An outstanding second quarter at both ends of the court made the difference, with England outscoring their opponents 20-4, scoring the first 16 points of the period to go 31-16 up on a Tamas Okros free throw.
The 1.94m small forward came up with 33 points and five rebounds to lead his team to victory.
Karel Ausprunk had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Czechs.
England close group play against the Czechs on Thursday.
The tournament hosts came from six points down midway through the fourth quarter to twice lead by two, the second time seeing them up 79-77 with 1:24 to go, but big plays from Julius Rajala and Oskar Michelson got Finland the win.
Bosnia and Herzegovia will face Montenegro and Belgium tackle Finland in the group finales tomorrow.
Andre Miguens had 17 points as Portugal topped Sweden 60-48 in Group H.
The group's other game saw the Netherlands defeat Iceland, 70-63, behind 25 points from Mike Schilder, who added seven rebounds and four assists.