LFB: Round 2  Summary

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After only two rounds of the Ligue Féminine de BasketBall, two teams remain undefeated:

USVO maintained their perfect record with a road victory against Calais (87-62). Their opponent ran out of steam in the final quarter and allowed them a 26-7 run to secure victory.

Bourges travelled to Mourenx and required 15 minutes to get going. In the meantime Mourenx continued from where they left off on Saturday with excellent perimeter shooting to lead comfortably (45-36).

Then Bourges finally woke up and put together a 20-2 run to take control of the game and went into the final period with a 10-point lead. Isis Arrondo (17 years old) gave Bourges a scare at the beginning of the final quarter as she scored 5 points to reduce Mourenx’ deficit (69-64). This was as close as they were allowed to get because Céline Dumerc took control of the game and paced her side to victory (91- 78). Anna Cata-Chitiga made her debut in the LFB while Carine Paul sat the game out.

On the other hand, it was not a happy ending for Liz Moeggenberg on her return to her old hunting ground Arras as her team from Tarbes finished on the wrong side of a 2-point match (69-67). The game was nicely poised (57-57) with four minutes left on the clock when the deciding match-up between Sheana Mosh and Marielle Armant for Arras against Kristen Mana and Gisela Vaga for Tarbes reached its climax in a rather physical encounter, which was not a sight for the faint hearted. Finally the home-court advantage won the day in the end.

Mondeville made short work of Aix-en-Provence (81-57) despite losing Jennifer Digbeu early in the second quarter with what appeared to be a sprained ankle.

Challes-les-Eaux fell at home to Villeneuve d‘Ascq of wich the surprise of the evening was the return of Géraldine Robert for Villeneuve. The hosts slow start as it required them practically the whole of the first period to get going which left them with no option but to chase the game. Kathy Wambe finished the match with 16 assists.Last but not least Reims held on to beat Clermont-Ferrand (78-76).

COB Calais vs. COB

LFB Round 2 Results:

Arras 69 - 67 Tarbes (23-17, 12-11, 16-22, 18-17)

Arras: Julie Bertin 2, Carla Thomas 5, Bianca Vescan 8, Sheana Mosh 21, Natasa Ivancevic 4, Sylvie Gruz 10, Mélanie Arnaud 0, Marielle Amant 17, Anais Déas 2.

Tarbes: Kristen Mann 13, Laure Savasta 3, Jaklin Zlatanova 0, Clémence Beikes 16, Carole Leclair 3, Alexia Kusion 4, Liz Moeggenberg 12, Gisela Vega 16.

Saint Amand 72 - 62 Lattes Montpellier (21-19, 16-21, 19-10, 16-12)

Saint-Amand: Marie Fouteret 2, Mélanie Plust 3, Clarisse Costaz 9, Magali Lopez 2, Tamara Moore 17, Laëtitia Kamba 2, Inès Ajanovic 13, Olena Ogorodnikova 10, Tiffany Stansbury 14.

Montpellier: Adrianinha 12, Katia Manic 6, Grace Daley 19, Chris Jouandon 9, Olga Podkovalnikova 2, Aurélie Bonnan 6, Sandra Dijon 3, Elodie Bertal 5.

Mourenx 78 - 91 Bourges (19-14, 26-26, 14-29, 19-22)

Mourenx: Virginie Kévorkian 1, Isis Arrondo 6, Justine Agbatan 3, Penda Sy 10, Ana Lelas 16, Béatrice Castets 15, Kaayla Chones 11, Polina Tzekova 16.

Bourges: Sonja Petrovic 6, Belinda Snell 18, Cathy Melain 7, Endy Miyem 11, Anna Cata-Chitiga 4, Céline Dumerc 11, Sonja Kireta 13, Flo Lepron 2, Emméline N'Dongue 13, Nora Bujdoso 6.

Calais 62 - 87 Valentines (17-25, 22-15, 16-21, 7-26)

Calais: Allyson Hardy 16, Lauren Neaves 15, Andrea Csaszar 10, Mariame Dia 6, Lucie Bouthors 6, Lina Brazdeïkyte 5, Aurélie Cibert 4.

Valenciennes: Emilie Gomis 28, Laurie Koehn 19, Nicole Ohlde 11, Sabrina Reghaïssia 10 (10 rebounds), Francesca Zara 8, Amélie Pochet 8, Reka Cserny 2, Camille Aubert 1, Krissy Badé 0, Doriane Tahane 0.

Mondeville 81 - 57 Pays d'Aix (19-13, 25-14, 21-10, 16-20)

Aix: K. B. Sharp 6, Joyce Cousseins-Smith 0, Liad Suez Karni 3, Ines Kresovic 9, Magali Lacroix 10, Nathalie Lesdéma 12 (7 rebounds), Yacine Séné 6, Stéphanie Beuzelin 2, Kelly Santos 9.

Mondeville: Paoline Salagnac 9, Caroline Aubert 10 (10 assists), Ingrid Tanqueray 8, Jennifer Digbeu 3, Leane Williams 27, Naré Diawara 2, Naura El Gargati 8 (10 rebounds), Pauline Jannault 14.

Villeneuve d'Ascq 70 - 62 Challes (23-16, 13-9, 13-10, 21-27)

Villeneuve d'Ascq: Bintou Diémé 0, Bénédicte Fombonne 15, Iveta Marcauskaïté 7, Luba Drljaca 7, Géraldine Robert 9, Kathy Wambe 13 (16 assists & 5 interceptions), Fati Sacko 11, Shala Crawford 2, Jasmina Ilic 6.

Challes: Tiffany Jackson 7, Laine Badiane 2, Emilie Duvivier 8, Slavka Frniakova 6, Stéphanie Dubois 6, Johanne Gomis 5, Martina Luptakova , Jessica Davenport 14, Marie Bacquet 0.

Reims 78 - 76 Clermont-Ferrand (37-23, 15-17, 10-19, 16-17)

Reims: Amélie Fresnais 2, Anne-Sophie Pagnier 17, Mame Marie Sy 6, Anne-Marie Parau 14, Stéphanie Blanquart 0, Marie-Frédérique Ayissi 6, Manon Sinco 12, Zuzi Klimesova 15, Marie-Laure Fleury-Kindoki 6.

Clermont: Anael Lardy 4, Claire Tomaszewski 7, Guiday Mendy 0, Jennifer Butler 7, Pauline Krawczyk 16, Claudia Das Neves 14, Vita Kuktiene 15, Elena Nikipolskaïa 13.

LFB Round 2 information
Aix-en-Provence and Cob Calais are the only teams without a victory. Laurie Koehn (USVO) hit 5-of-6 from 3-point to make 11-of-12 after two games. Kathy Wambe finished with 16 assists and 5 steals for Villeneuve. To close LFB round 2 news Emilie top scored for the round with 28 points.

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