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Allianz Derthona bids farewell to the U17 National Finals Excellence: Pall. Varese wins the playoff and advances to the quarterfinals. Derthona among the top 12 in Italy

Allianz Derthona bids farewell to the U17 National Finals Excellence: Pall. Varese wins the playoff and advances to the quarterfinals. Derthona among the top 12 in Italy

Varese Basketball – Allianz Derthona Tortona 95-75  

(27-12, 51-30, 73-56)

 

Varese: Turconi 6, Reghenzani 6, T. Scola Rocchetti 5, Risi, Mantovani 5, Figini 3, Bergamin 18, Bergomi 1, Avtiviti 14, Prato 17, Moranzoni 20, Zoppi. All. Corengia.

Derthona: Korlatovic 12 (9 rb), Borasi 3, W. Bellinaso 2, Fogliato 10 (5/7 from the field), Bresciani 6, Rey 1, Cattivilli, Fonio Fracchia 16, R. Bordoni, Demezzi, Albertinazzi 18 (3/7 from three, 7 sub fouls, 20 vals), Quaroni 7. Coach Rocco, ass. Fanaletti, Lombardi.

Referees: Valletta and Lilli.

 

 

THEAllianz Derthona say hello to her U17 National Finals Excellence di Agropoli (SA): at the PalaCilento in Torchiara la Varese basketball vince 95–75 lo Playoff between second and third place in the qualifying groups and advance to the quarter finals. For Tortona, however, there is a return home.

The initial 21-0 of the Varese team was decisive, with the Moranzoni-Bergamin-Prato trio firing on all cylinders and equally dividing the credit for the immediate break with the complicity of a few obvious errors too many by the Bianconeri. Stunned by the nightmare start, Allianz, after closing the first quarter down by 15 (27-12) and going into halftime at -21 (51-30), tried to react in the third quarter under the pressure of their personality Of Albertinazzi (in the photo, in the match two days ago against Virtus Bologna), followed by Fonio Fracchia e Quaroni. The effort produces the maximum result of -14 of 66-52 at 2'30" from the arrival of the penultimate siren, the first real moment of difficulty for the opponents, forced to call a time-out with coach Corengia. From which, however, a Varese once again returns in turbo format. Eight points from Avinti between the two final quarters and 2/2 from three from Turconi put an end to the comeback attempt of the boys coached by Enrico Rocco with the 83-58 of the 33rd definitively closing the contest.

This marks the end of a season for the Lions as vice-champions of Piedmont, third in the standings in the inter-regional group of the second phase and with the passing of the qualifying phase for the Italian tournament with relative entry into the top 12 in Italy.

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