This Wednesday the semifinal phase of the Women's Basketball Super League began, in which Caribeñas de Caracas struck first and prevailed 77-82 against Capitalinas de Distrito.
In the first meeting of the series held at the Joaquín "Papá" Carrillo Gymnasium in Parque Miranda.
The match began with great intensity between both sides, who were not as effective in their shots.
Fabiana García started in good shape with the triples. At the end of the first quarter, the visitors went ahead (14-20).
Caribeñas, supported by their collective game, took advantage of errors in the capital's defense to take advantage of the match and go up by 14 points.
Before the end of the first half, the Capital Fury pressed, but not enough and they left at halftime losing with a score of 31-42.
After the break, the Caribbean cast hit hard and took off on the board to win the third leg 49-61.
The closing was charged with many emotions, Capitalinas began an ambush to discount the score, getting only two units away from tying the match.
Caribeñas were guided by a remarkable performance by Génesis Rivera who led the team signing a double-double of 19 points, 15 rebounds and 3 assists.
Along with her, Walleska Pérez also stood out with 17 points, 12 rebounds and 4 assists.
The second commitment of the series will be this Thursday at the Parque Miranda Gymnasium.