- Created on Monday, 24 November 2014 17:52
Givova Scafati – Acmar Ravenna 77-70
(12-14, 27-37, 52-49)
Scafati: Di Capua ne, Izzo 3, Zaccariello 3, Lestini 15, Sciutto 5, Ruggiero 13, Richard 14, Hamilton 3, Matrone 2, Bisconti 19. All. Putignano
Ravenna: Holloway 6, Amoni, Cicognani 6, Rivali 6, Raschi 13, Zannini ne, Tambone 12, Foiera 14, Biancoli ne, Singletary 13. All. Martino
Referees: Materdomini, Scudieri e Foti
Shooting chart: T2: Sc 19/31, Ra 21/34; T3: Sc 9/26, Ra 4/19; Tl: Sc 12/17, Ra 16/18.
Acmar Ravenna faces his third loss at Ferentino, playing against Givova Scafati. Acmar approached the game playing the right way, with a good defense and some big plays from Cicognani and Foiera into the paint; the team completes the first quarter with a 2 points advantage (12-14) and set a big run in minutes incoming. Coming out of the bench, Andrea Raschi (11) and Matteo Tambone (6) let Ravenna to finish the fist half up by 10 points, on to 27-37. A 16-0 run by Scafati opened the third quarter, with the home team taking an unexpected lead (43-37 after 25 minutes) with two three pointers by Ruggiero and some mid range baskets from big man Luca Bisconti.
Acmar Ravenna tried to fight back into the final 15 minutes, but Scafati has been able to take care of the advantage with some impressive three point baskets from newcomer Federico Lestini, at his second game with Givova.
- Created on Monday, 17 November 2014 18:40
Acmar Ravenna – Mobyt Ferrara 84-74
(20-21, 41-41, 62-59)
Ravenna: Holloway 12, Amoni 12, Cicognani, Rivali 8, Raschi 7, Grassi, Zannini ne, Tambone 10, Foiera 12, Singletary 23. All. Martino
Ferrara: Huff 12, Bottioni ne, Castelli 7, Amici 18, Ferri, Casadei 2, Benfatto 17, Verrigni ne, Proner ne, Ghirelli ne, Hasbrouck 18. All.Furlani
Refereesi: Di Toro di Perugia, Longobucco e Barilani di Roma.
Notes: 2p: Ra 20/38, Fe 16/32; 3p: Ra 9/25, Fe 9/29; FT: Ra 17/18, Fe 15/20.
Acmar Ravenna upsets big rivals from Mobyt Ferrara after 40 minutes of real fight and intensity. Team coach by Antimo Martino made the final run from 35' to 38' minutes, with a 10-0 with 5 points from Mike Singletary, a heavy three pointer by Matteo Tambone and a wonderful offensive rebound by captain Francesco Amoni. After a good first quarter by Ferrara, Acmar took the lead during first quarter after two three pointers by Francesco Foiera and tried to set a run early in the second half, but Ferrara set a quick comeback. After twelve minutes of balance, Acmar Ravenna found the way to win the game and let 1000 people who filled PalaCosta to sold-out party started.
After eight games, Basket Ravenna is the second team of A2 Silver, four points behind Treviso and two points over Recanati and Treviglio.
- Created on Monday, 17 November 2014 18:34
Here is the full game video of Acmar Ravenna - Mobyt Ferrara, game played sunday 16th of november here in Ravenna. Acmar Ravenna won his sixth game of the season.
- Created on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 11:46
Here is the full video of Basket Ravenna game played sunday at Chieti. The full list of 2014/15 championship and past years is available on Basket Ravenna Youtube Channel and on www.basketravenna.it/video .
- Created on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 11:36
Proger Chieti – Acmar Ravenna 83-70
(13-23, 38-40, 57-54)
Chieti: Cardillo 12, Palermo 3, Di Emidio 3, Paesano 5, De Angelis, Ancellotti 10, Monaldi 18, Di Giacomo ne, Saffold 4, Sollazzo 28. All. Galli
Ravenna: Holloway 12, Amoni, Cicognani 4, Raschi 5, Grassi, Zannini ne, Tambone 21, Foiera 8, Battaglia ne, Singletary 20. All.Martino
Note: T2: Ch 18/39, Ra 15/35; T3: Ch 9/19, Ra 5/21; Tl: Ch 20/25, Ra 25/34.
Arbitri: Caforio di Brindisi, Capotorto di Palestrina (Rm), Capozziello di Brindisi.
Acmar Ravenna loses his second game at Chieti. With Eugenio Rivali sidelined due to his ankle injury, team coached by Antimo Martino started strong but Chieti set a comeback on to second quarter. During second half former Basket Ravenna player Adam Sollazzo scored 22 points, giving Chieti a short but definitive advantage.
For Acmar Ravenna there is a great effort by Matteo Tambone, who scored 21 points, and a concrete defence.