|Vanja Marinkovic and Serbia enjoyed their second win in as many days|
Serbia built a big early lead and never relinquished it as they moved to 2-0 with victory over Poland in Group C of the U16 European Championship Men.
A 13-0 first quarter run put them 17-6 up with seven minutes played and despite a huge third-quarter rally that almost brought Poland level, Serbia's dominance on both ends eventually told.
Stefan Peno highlighted that early burst with five quick points, hitting a jump-shot before capitalising on Milos Glisic's steal to sink a three-pointer.
Poland threatened to get back into it with a third-quarter rally, a 16-3 run that made it 36-31 on Wiktor Sewiol's three-pointer midway through the period, then 37-33 on Maciej Bender's jump-shot moments later.
Marcel Ponitka's jump-shot closed the gap to two points before Serbia could give themselves breathing space with a free throw from Nikola Cirkovic and Slobodan Jovanovic's jumper.
A 6-0 spurt put the lead back into double figures, 46-36, on Cirkovic's jump-shot, and Aleksandar Aranitovic's three to start the fourth quarter set the tone as they pulled away once more, leading 56-40 on Stefan Kenic's lay-up with 5:31 to play.
Serbia shot 23-of-60 (38.3%) to Poland's 17-of-63 (27%) while outrebounding them 40-22.
Stojanovic led Serbia with 11 points and nine rebounds, while Jovanovic had 10 points and Aranitovic nine.
Ponitka finished with 12 for Poland, who drop to 0-2 after their opening defeat to Montenegro.