BEUNOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – Brynn Masikewich had a team-high 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Yvonne Ejim added 14 and 10 as Team Canada defeated the Dominican Republic, 89-48 at the 2017 FIBA U16 Women’s Americas Championship. The victory moves Team Canada to 2-0 with one game remaining in preliminary play. Click here for the box score.
Sarah Te-Biasu, Donna Ntambue, Aaliyah Edwards, Merissah Russell and Brynn Masikewich started for Canada. Click here for the full team roster.
“We came through some adversity, then started to calm down and play the game that we normally play. Going into the next game, we can definitely do what’s in our control and just play the game that we play.” – Brynn Masikewich
“We’re happy with the result, but as a team that’s driven by process, we turned the ball over too many times and gave up too many points. We’re looking forward to the opportunity to improve on both of those things against Argentina tomorrow.” – Jodi Gram, Head Coach
Courtesy Canada Basketball