Carlos Cantero renews three years with Casademont Zaragoza

Carlos Cantero and housedemont Zaragoza have sealed the agreement that will unite the Madrid coach and the Aragonese entity for the next three seasonsas reported by the club in a press release.

In this way, the Madrid will be in charge of the women’s team bench until the end of the 2025-26 season.

Casademont continues to spread the idea of ​​a solid and stable project; of an ambitious sports plan that, for the time being, It has already placed the Zaragoza team in the most select group of national basketball. With the leading team of the Endesa Women’s League, the entity chaired by Reynaldo Benito reinforced its strategy on Tuesday with the renewal of the coach, Carlos Cantero, who has extended his contract until June 2026.

The coach has been capital in the successes of the Aragonese teamwho currently leads the domestic tournament, with four wins in five days, and who this Wednesday will fight against Cadí Lau Seu for first place in the Eurocup.

Casademont has started the course with a firm step, with an admirable competitive capacity. In the Endesa Women’s League, only Valencia Basket –one of the most brilliant teams in Europe– has been able to break the resistance of the Zaragoza women. It was on the second day, at the Fuente de San Luis (63-58), and the Aragonese team questioned their rival’s victory until the last moment.

In the rest of their performances, Casademont has always added the victory. Carlos Cantero’s team beat Durán Maquinaria Ensino (68-63) and Tenerife (68-50) at home, and they also beat Gran Canaria (65-81) and Jairis (45-66). His successful run also extends to the Eurocup, a competition in which he debuted last Wednesday in Belgium with a win against Royal Castors Braine (67-81).

Cantero joined Casademont in the summer of 2021, from Durán Maquinaria Ensino, along with Vega Gimeno and Merritt Hempe, and the triumphs followed immediately. In fact, the Aragonese team participated for the first time in its history in the Copa de la Reina, after having added 8 victories in the first 15 days of the league championship. However, they ran into Valencia Basket in the quarterfinals, which also acted as host, and the Aragonese ended up losing in the final stages of the contest (65-55).

Subsequently, Casademont was able to qualify for the ‘play offs’ for the title, having finished the course in fifth position. He did it with a balance of 18 wins and 12 losses in the 30 games played. All this, with a dynamic and cheerful game that hooked the fans.

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Carlos Cantero renews three years with Casademont Zaragoza