Lyttle lost the battle in January but had the upper hand in this game. Milton Jones picked up 3 fouls on Lyttle and was to foul out of the game during the final quarter.
Halcon Avenida led for just 13 seconds in the match (5-2) just before Belinda Snell started her show.
Snell scored 8 straight points that put the hosts Ros Casares in the lead for good. Miton Jones (14 points) added a couple of points before Snell ended their 13-point run with a trey (15-5) with just over five minutes played.
Snell added a pair of free-throws for her 13th point to the game to finish the scoring in the first quarter (21-12).
The second quarter was an intense affair with neither team having the advantage for long. Avenida reduced their deficit to 5 points (18-23) before their coach Jordi Sanchez picked up a technical foul.
The hosts took full advantage with Elisa Aguilar hitting the two free-throws. On the next attack Laia Palau (13 points) was firing in a three-pointer.
A trey by Amaya Valdemoro stretched the lead further. But Avenida recovered slightly and went into the locker room trailing by 10 points (29-39).
Snell opened the scoring after the break to put Ros Casares on their way.
Avenida's (17 points) dependence on the three-point shooting of Le'Coe Willingham worked in favour of the hosts. When she missed two late attempts in the third quarter, she left them 15 points down.
The final quarter became a formality for Ros Casares who stretched their advantage to win (74-50).
Snell finished with 21 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists for the EuroLeague Women player of the match award.
2500 fans came to support Wisla Can-Pack in their EuroLeague Women quarter-final match against Frisco Sika Brno.
Frisco Sika Brno had the better start to the game and led (17-6) after five minutes.
However the hosts rallied the score back to level with an 8-0 run by the end of the first quarter (19-19).
Frisco Sika Brno regained the upper hand during the second quarter and went into the locker room ahead (43-34).
The third quarter turned into a classic game of cat and mouse with Wisla Can-Pack coming out on top as they reduced the deficit (56-62) going into the final quarter.
The guests played most of the game with just five players. They led (69-67) with six minutes to play thanks to the scoring of Eva Vitecková (22 points) and Jelena Skerovic (20) points.
The hosts went in front for only the second time in the game with a trey by Iziane Castro-Marques (18 points) with under five minutes to play.
Vitecková brought the teams back on level terms before Liron Cohen (13 points) and Janell Burse
José Hernández, the coach from Wisla Can-Pack, explained that he would like to finish the job on Friday and qualify for the EuroLeague Women final four: "I am very happy. But we need to win two games so although this is a very important win it is still only a first step. I would not like to come back to Krakow for a third game. We want to finish it in Brno".