Central Entrerriano Takes Down River in First Quarterfinal Match, Despite Controversy from Rescheduled Game

Central Entrerriano Takes Down River in First Quarterfinal Match, Despite Controversy from Rescheduled Game

Central Entrerriano did justice in the playing field and defeated River in the first point of the quarterfinals (of the Southern Conference) of the Federal Basketball League, which should have started on Wednesday, but due to an unrelated problem To the Gualeguaychú team, which by regulation should have kept the points, the Disciplinary Court of the Argentine Confederation gave a new opportunity to those from Núñez with the rescheduling of the match.

In the long run, the controversial ruling was in vain, because those led by Martín Pascal came out stronger in the face of injustice and with a thirst for revenge, they prevailed with authority in a packed River micro-stadium and at times with a hostile atmosphere for the defense.

Central went from low to high in the first quarter. At the beginning he was erratic and River, on the contrary, was fine and accurate. He scored a 14-2 run, thanks to the experienced Héctor Martirena in the paint and Genaro Lorio from the perimeter.

The Rojinegro, after a timeout, improved in the first instance with the offensive power of Leandro Quarroz and Mauricio Pane and then with the contribution of the rest of the starting quintet, to get closer to three points (14-17) and close the quarter down by a double .

In the second period, Central repeated the bad start, did not gravitate on offense and suffered a partial deficit of 11-0 (21-34), with the good contribution of the second unit proposed by the millionaire deté Daniel Rau.

But the Rojinegro also found answers from the bench, starting with the good entry of Valentino Maruri, who scored a three-pointer to break the drought and instantly recovered the ball, received the unsportsmanlike behavior and scored the two free kicks to shorten the distance to less than a digit.

Central scored an 8-0 run and got into the game. River lost offensive power and alternated good and bad, and Pascal’s team, diminished in the rotation due to the significant loss of Alejo Zielinski, rose in defense and found good passage from captain Carlos Benítez Gavilán in the paint in attack. Thus, the home team’s advantage was just four points at the close of the first half.

Martín Pascal’s team began to build the epic victory from the third quarter onwards, because they defended with intensity and poise, while in attack they took advantage of moments, led by Leandro Quarroz, and took the lead for the first time (39-40). From then until the end of the period, they alternated control of the scoreboard, but with Central on the board when they reached the last quarter.

The final chapter had an even start, but Rojinegro broke it quickly with two appearances by Cristian Pérez, a triple plus a basket, and with a collective commitment in the defensive aspect.

Thus, Central was escaping on the scoreboard, with personality and dedication, and was left with the first point of a series, which was ruined before starting due to an unusual decision by the CAB.

Now, the Gualeguaychú team will have two chances to close the key in its stadium. on Monday (9:30 p.m.) or Tuesday with an eventual third and decisive point.



Central Entrerriano: C. Pérez 13, N. Nieto 6, L. Quarroz 19, M. Pane 13, C. Benítez Gavilán 13 (fi), V. Maruri 7 and F. Di Meo 0. Ent: Martín Pascal.

River Plate: G. Lorio 9, T. Jurgensen 5, P. Lorusso 4, S. Ibarra 14. H. Martirena 20 (fi), J. Torrens 7, J. Ortiz 0, T. Gómez Colloca 0, J. Arejula 3. Int: D. Rau.

Partials: 23-21, 39-35 and 50-52.

Referees: M. Della’Aquila – F. Dearmas.

Stadium: River Microstadium.

2024-06-16 02:14:02
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