By Menon Herbaline
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This Sunday, April 3, 2022 is the 9th dayI day at the Women’s Pre-Nationals. In the upper pool, the leaders did not lose ground with victories for Bihorel, Douvres and Equerdevil against Deville, Ifes and Alençon. In the other Rouen derby, ASPTT Rouen won by four points against Sotteville.
In the following group, with their success against La Glacerie, Vere leads the group tied with Cherbourg and Héroville. These last two teams won against Pays d’Ouge and Tourlaville respectively. In the end, Bretteville-sur-Odon took its third victory by winning at Bayeux Floors.
In the upper pool, Equardreville dominated the match throughout the game and won against Alenconaize, who lacked skill (66–56). Dover was able to get revenge on CB Ifs. Pauline Plohinec’s teammates, for whom it was the last game of the season, were able to rely on their officials to win (52–45). In the Rouen derby, Bihorel continued to apply its beautiful basketball and won 77–55 against Deville, while Sotteville lost four points on the floor to ASPTT Rouen (72–68).
Dover Basketball 52 – 45 CB IFS (15-13 / 12-11 / 19-8 / 6-13)
Miguel Callejas (Coach Dover): “Defensively, controlled throughout the game, except for the first three minutes, which would cause a sonic and muscular time-out. Our offensive prowess, indicative of a certain fever, certainly due to the importance of the meeting, kept us from scoring.” Punishes strongly in the matter. Facing a team that is always difficult to play, due to its offensive organization and the individual quality of the key players, we played at 50 points, having scored up to 17 points already in the second half There was a difference in the match we played. But instead of pushing our opponents into the ropes, we inadvertently stopped playing, behaviour, unfortunately, quite recurrent in our previous matches… It is up to us to win our Eliminate these errors in the next matches to take full advantage. »
Dover: Goubert 4, Guerard 7, Guillois 9, Vollard 2, Becham 12, Madelaine 2, Arnoux 2, Plouhinec 2, Pannier 8, Michelot 6.
IFS: Marie, Goudeau, Bourgault 5, Reulet 3, Richard 17, Joseph 5, Lanchas 1, Freiberg 14.
UST Equardreville 66 – 56 USBD Elencon (12-13 / 31-15 / 14-13 / 9-15)
Leslie Veron (player aquardreville) “We had a good first half. We found the address and our good defense allowed us to lead by fifteen points at half time. 2I Halftime Was Messed Up But Our Maid 1Time Half-time allowed us to be ahead without really worrying about Alençon, who were a team we feared. But everything is easier at home…
Etienne de Beau (Coach Alençon) : “Unlike our last two games, we had a day where we lacked skill. We only hit one three-pointer out of a dozen attempts and they weren’t bad shots because three-quarters of the shots were open.. Later on, the second indicator on this match is very telling: we conceded 31 points in the second quarter out of a total of 66. I think these two factors can partly explain this result because overall we got the same Which we wanted to do. It’s a shame, that’s for sure, but we’re going to continue and do everything we can to resume the momentum we’ve got starting next weekend. »
EQUEURDREVILLE : C. Veron 6, L’Laboulanger 18Fossey 7, Pascoe, Hackaby 7, Muller 17, L. Veron 11, S. Leboulenger.
alencon , Aziza-Delabarre 16Route 8, Fall 3, O. Meunier 7, R. Meunier 7, Bounau 6, Demore 3, Ouvrard-Cornu 6.
GCO Bihorel 77 – 55 Devils Basketball Association (20-6 / 17-21 / 25-16 / 15-12)
Bihorel : Merre 10, Quenneville, Chedzou 14, Lucas 9, Bono, Sabier 22Megann 2, Baptiste 13, Nyangue 7.
Devil : L.Layer 2, Eno 13, L.Layer 7, Sifriedt 2, Meteor 2, kazamarek 18Cattle 11.
ASPTT Rouen 72 – 68 ST Sotteville Basketball (21-19 / 17-20 / 20-14 / 14-15)
Rouen : Bello, Duthiel 1, Joubert 3, Pesenti 5, Graeume 2, Boinet 5, Michael 19Lemaire 18, Clement 8, Bétourne-Taisant 11.
sotteville : Dehornois 9, Garnet 12, Catherine, Hurrell 20Dentreg 16, Lopi 11, Dubosc.
GCO Bihorel – CB IFS (3:30 PM)
ST Sotteville – Dover Basketball (4:00 PM)
UST Equeurdreville – ASPTT Rouen (3:30 PM)
USBD Alençon – Devil’s Basket (3:30 pm)
In the lower pool, Vere got rid of La Glacerie largely thanks to his attacking contribution in the second half (77–50). Betty Mallet’s teammates take the lead in the tied pool with Herroville and Cherbourg. Bayeux is still looking for its first win and lost to Bretteville-sur-Odon (34-58). Hérouville blocks out Tourlaville’s fine dynamism, controlling their meeting from start to finish (79-46). In the last game of the pool, Cherbourg left the Pays d’Auge with a win (35–54). Cherbourgeoise was irresistible in defence.
USM VIRE 77 – 50 US LA GLACIERIE (15-14 / 21-20 / 18-6 / 23-10)
Emily Fickett (Player Vere) : “It was important to win this match against Glaseri in front of our big crowd for the presentation of the youth teams. In the first half, we were equal to our opponents. We had good sequences of plays but not necessarily rewarded with baskets. It was important to strengthen our defense, especially on 3-point shots in the second half. The instruction was respected, we managed to get our insides right and get the ball rolling to find the circle. Congratulations to Glaseri who moved in again with a lower number. Next up against Bretteville-sur-Odon where you’ll need to be focused from start to finish. ,
Alex Zazzi (Coach La Glacerie) : “In the first half, we made a real collective effort, especially in attack! We just had to improve our defensive efforts. I’ll let you guess the rest … A new disappointment in the third quarter no longer allows us to hope. We manage to have a good team for 20 minutes, but it’s not enough…”
removed : Haley 18, B.Mallet 13, J.Mallet 8, Fiset 5, Bulkeley 8, Bouhier 4, lemon 21,
Ice Cream : Lemagnan 10, Bonicent 10, sanchez 21Sorre 2, Choulieu 2, Fontaine 5.
CS Bayeux 34 – 58 Bretteville-sur-Oden (17-11 / 8-26 / 4-16 / 5-5)
Camille Pouchin (Player Bretville / Odeon) : “It was imperative for us to take this match to stay in the race for survival. We absolutely miss our starts for the game, we defend three yards, we leave open shots that solidify behind the Bayeux 3-point line. Very quickly, they took a 10-point lead. We regrouped on defense in the second quarter which allowed us to bring rhythm to our attack and our hitting. We have to be more focused and worried about the next matches which will be very important for us. ,
bayeux , thomas 10Le Clorec, Lasnay 8, Lebrun 6, Winkel 3, Parchepid, Castel 5, Victoire 2.
Brettville/Odon : L.Motier 5, Leroy 5, J.Motier 3, Leboucher, Joba 3, Pouchin 10, petitioner 24Guilois 8.
Heroville Basket 79 – 46 PL Tourville Basket (18-8 / 22-11 / 13-15 / 26-12)
Maxime Cosnefroy (coach Heroville) : “Fourth clash against Tourlaville this season. We are coming off a very good week in achieving our goals in our seasons, in terms of intensity and we are confident for this meeting. The edges took control of the match, notably by bringing a defensive intensity that led them to make too many errors in ball possession and shot selection. At half-time, we’re already at +21. THIRD QUARTER We have a drop in pace at the start but we remain more consistent and the gap is still around 15 points. We get right back on the road and that gives us a rest. Offensively, I found that we were attacking We were very good at it, had a lot of options and fair options which mainly led to open shots. It was a really good game from our team, stayed in control for over 40 minutes and I’m sure our training The quality is the reason. We will try to maintain this dynamic till the end. »
Eddo Jondo (Coach Tourlaville) : “It was a complex game defensively against a team that dominated internally and had skill. We had some interesting routes but with a lot of awkwardness and lost fumbles. We just couldn’t be present in this match. Work continues to express itself more and have fun. »
heruville : Jean 12, Onilon 6, Sater 5, Gaudin-Thomas 11, Caron 9, Cybulska 10, Pecheron 9, pallard 17,
tourville : Leclerc 5, E. Fauvel 2, C. Olivier 1, Banville-Estace 6, Michael 18Ale. Fauvel, Euvery 2, C. Olivier 12.
D’Age Basketball Pays 35 – 54 Cherbourg Basketball (7-14 / 8-18 / 7-10 / 13-12)
Jean-Michel Capel (pays d’Ouge coach) : “We once again dwell on our failures instead of defending our racket and winning the ball. Which leads to very few counter-attacks and easy baskets. In attack, we didn’t manage to find the rhythm that would allow us to switch to the positive. ,
Pierre-Olivier Guiot (coach Cherbourg) : “Starting out again after a break is never easy, more so the staff shortage. We play well in the first quarter, then we continue to make up the difference until halftime. We started the third quarter badly, with a lot of clumsiness, then there was a collective reaction. The fourth quarter is disastrous between the loss of the ball and the clumsiness … fortunately, necessary. ,
trough country : Colliet 8, Simon 5, beautiful 10Chazal 5, Carpentier 2, Raythor, Kazinetz, Domnesque 5.
cherbourg , née Dubreucq 16drain 2, apillard 2, lecher 16Garden 9, Bouin 3, Omont 6.
USM Vire – LC Bretteville-sur-Odon (3:30 pm)
PL Tourlaville – CS Bayeux (3:30 PM)
Pay d’Auge Basket – Heroville Basket (3:30 PM)
Cherbourg Basket – US La Glacier (3:30 PM)
top 10 scorers
1 – Clay Petiton (Bretteville-sur-Odon), 24 points
2 – Julie Sebiere (Bihorel), 22 pts
3 – Launa Sanchez (La Glacerie), 21 pts
# – Camille Lemenis (Vire), 21 points
5 – Chloe Hurrell (Sotteville), 20 points
6 – Marion Michel (ASPTT Rouen), 19 pts
7 – Lee Leboulanger (Equardevil), 18 points
# – Camille Czamarek (Devils), 18 points
# – Margot Lemaire (ASPTT Rouen), 18 points
# – Clara Haley (Vire), 18 points
# – Alexandra Michel (Tourlaville), 18 points
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