The process had a clearly favorable start to the albimarrón, who pressed the court from minute one and that gave him returns with Pereyra and with Centurión at the bottom, putting an 8-0 before two minutes. The whole of the Costa sought to have average shots, but they were not effective. A Maite Claudio bomb cut off that drought, which, accompanied by a double and a foul by Selena Medrik, allowed Lagomar to be within range again. The Pocitos team continued to attack the bass, and before Dos Santos left due to injury, decided to attack the ring from Sureda and Rossi, taking out the doubles and fouls. While Lagomar sought the same with Paula Reggiardo, the results were not identical. A bomb from Florencia Carretero lowered the curtain on the first quarter by 20-12.
The second quarter started almost the same as the previous one, except that the bomb belonged to Maite Claudio. Those led by “Pepe” Fernández had a continued insisting on the bass with Merik and Reggiardo, but the Gabriel Pereira street team also showed strengths in the basket with Castrillón and Carretero, but the fierce defense of Pastrana over Rossi and Reggiardo over Tovagliari forced Gallo to look for other alternatives, such as the entry of Chiara Vico, who, being free on offense, contributed with good shots, returning to get eight of income. The Canarian team adjusted the marks and capitalized, preventing Bohemios from generating easily and with Reggiardo from the perimeter and a double from Cajaravilla, he got to a ball. However, another Carretero bomb increased the rent, going to the locker room 32-25.
In addition, the Costa team started well with Maite Claudio and the average shots, but Carretero from the perimeter and with Tovagliari assisting, Bohemios remained firm. However, the loss of Pierina Rossi due to discomfort and a bomb from Pastrana encouraged Canelones to go higher. The albimarronas continued not to be comfortable and missing the breaks of their base and the shots of Dos Santos. Lagomar took advantage of this confusion with Schiaffarino and Pastrana to equalize the game at 40. All that fervor served as his motor, and with a Reggiardo pump open at 45, the “Lake” came forward. On the buzzer, Vico doubled after a “no look pass” by Tovagliari, leaving the score 43-42.
In the last ten minutes, both attacked the ring firmly, but with more desire than success. With that momentum towards the board, Pereira’s free teams gave him the lead by the minimum. Against the Gallo area, Reggiardo and another triple made the game favorable to the green. Another method to break this barrier was breaking and unloading, generating fouls and with free calls to increase the difference. The brown inmates had difficulties in turning to the basket in the face of a tough defense and the outside shots from Pereira and Tovagliari had no net destination. Julia Castrillón assumed the base in the albimarrón and going all the way down with Curbelo, they were able to equalize the game at 51. A steal in the front row by Catalina Pereira with a subsequent layup and a triple in the corner of Tovagliari allowed the brown to pass and leave five above. Already with the two in groups, Curbelo put the most important and in this way, Bohemios won 58-53 and made a ticket to the final of the Silver Cup.
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