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Quarterfinals are set in the U17 World Championships for Women

The quarterfinal bracket is set in the U17 World Championships for Women. The United States came out seeded first in Group A and will face Australia (fourth in Group B), Canada (third in Group A) will match up with the Netherlands (second in Group B), Italy (second in Group A) will square off against Spain (third in Group B), and Japan (first in Group B) will play Belgium (fourth in Group A). The quarterfinal games will be played on Friday, Aug. 24, and the World Championship game will be played on Sunday, Aug. 26th.

Results – Aug. 22, 2012
Group A

USA – Mali 98-28
USA: Greenwell 13, DeShields 13, Turner 13, Reimer 10, Washington 9 (10 reb), McCall 9, Chidom 9
Mali: Keita 10, Maiga 9, Konta 4

Belgium – Italy 51-59
Belgium: Ben Abdelkader 13, Bernard 7, Grzesinski 7
Italy: Penna 15 (13 reb), Zandalasini 14, Ercoli 11

Canada – Korea 74-61
Canada: Grant-Allen 14 (13 reb), Caron-Goudreau 13 (10 reb), Nurse 12
Korea: H.Kim 18, J.Park 12, An 11, S.Kim 10, J.Park 9

Standings: USA 5-0, Italy 4-1, Canada 3-2, Belgium 2-3, Korea 1-4, Mali 0-5

Group B
Brazil – Turkey 62-50
Brazil: Sangalli 16, Domingos 11 (10 reb), Lucchini 11
Turkey: Coklar 17 (16 reb), Akbas 11, Atas 7

Netherlands – Spain 56-37
Netherlands: Fokke 9, De Jonge 9, Hof 9
Spain: Navarro 8, Rodriguez 6, Guri 5

Australia – Japan 100-66
Australia: Smith 15, K.Froling 13, A.Froling 12, Pearce 10, Panousis 9, Collins 9
Japan: Miki 10, Tanaka 8, Miyazaki 8

Standings: Japan 4-1, Netherlands 4-1, Spain 3-2, Australia 3-2, Brazil 1-4, Turkey 0-5

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One Response to Quarterfinals are set in the U17 World Championships for Women

  1. Paul Reply

    August 23, 2012 at 09:58

    Australia and USA already play in the semis. Not fair!!

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