The difference in organization was the difference in the game.
Incheon’s Song Dojoong came from behind to beat Chungnam’s Cheonan Sungseong Seongjoong, 93-77, on the second day of the boys’ U16 tournament at the 52nd National Youth Games in Ulsan, South Korea, on Sunday to claim the last spot in the quarterfinals.메이저사이트
In addition to Kim Min-ki (194 cm, F), who has led the offense all season, Lee Joo-ho (188 cm, F) was a steady scorer throughout the game and finished with 34 points, while Seo Shin-woo (187 cm, G) also contributed 25 points.
Cheonan Sungsung Sungjung kept pace with Songdojoong in the early stages of the game thanks to a pair of three-pointers, but the team was unable to capitalize on a few unforced turnovers late in the game.
Earlier in the day, Seoul’s Samseonjoong, who have won two titles this season, showed their superiority and defeated Jeonnam’s Yeo Cheonjoong 97-49 to reach the quarterfinals.
With four starters scoring in double figures and all 12 starters seeing action, Samseonjoong looked like one of the tournament’s strongest favorites.
Jeonbuk Namjung, led by 23 points from Son Kwang-won, had an even performance with all of their starters scoring in double figures as they cruised to a 105-77 victory over Daejeon Namjung to advance to the quarterfinals and set up a semifinal matchup with Samseonjung.
In the third game of the men’s U16 tournament, Wonju Pyeongwonjoong of Gangwon Province overcame a back-and-forth battle to defeat Geummyungjoong of Busan 89-69.
After taking a narrow lead in the first quarter, Pyeongwonjoong’s tenacious defense held off Geummyungjoong’s late surge to seal the win.
Meanwhile, in the Women’s U16 event at the Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology Gymnasium, Busan’s Dongju Yeo-jung pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament, defeating Korea’s Cheong Sol-jung 67-58 in a hard-fought game to enter the quarterfinals.
In the battle between Incheon’s Buil Yeo-joong and Jeonnam’s Glory Hong Nong-joong, Buil Yeo-joong, who played a salty defense that allowed her opponent to score just two points in the second quarter, won 65-31 to advance to the next round.
Seoul’s Sunil Girls’ High School, which made its first appearance in the boys’ tournament in a long time, defeated Daegu’s Hyosung High School, 90-46, and Gangwon’s Bongu Girls’ High School held onto the lead they gained early in the game to defeat Sangju Girls’ High School, 57-48, to advance to the next round.
Seoul Samsun 97(32-17, 26-9, 20-11, 19-12)49 Jeonnam Yeocheonjung 49(32-17, 26-9, 20-11, 19-12)
Jeonbuk Jeonju Namjung 105(38-18, 23-17, 27-14, 17-28)77 Daejeon Daejeonjung
Gangwon Pyeongwon 89(18-14, 23-14, 26-18, 22-23)69 Busan Geumyeongjung
Incheon Songdo 93(20-20, 27-26, 21-12, 25-19)77 Chungnam Cheonan Seongseong
Busan Dongju Girls’ Middle 67(12-13, 20-19, 17-15, 18-11)58 Gyeonggi Cheongsol Middle
Incheon Buil Girls’ Middle 65(17-7, 25-2, 7-5, 16-17)31 Jeonnam Glory Hongnong Middle
Seoul Sunil Women’s 89(33-5, 19-4, 20-17, 17-20)46 Daegu Hyosung Middle
Gangwon Bong Eui-jung 57(19-11, 12-18, 14-10, 12-9)48 Gyeongsangbuk-do Sangju Women’s Middle School defeated tough opponent Sung Sung-joong to advance to the quarterfinals.