Anaitasuna breaks a streak of eight games without winning

Helvetia Anaitasuna left behind eight consecutive games without knowing the victory by beating Bathco Torrelavega this Friday by 34-26 in a match that he dominated from start to finish with an imperial Aitor García who went up to ten goals. The rhythm of the first minutes pushed both teams to reach good shooting percentages. The equality remained with Anaita ahead until a goal from Isidoro Martínez put his team ahead for the first time, 5-6.

The pavilion registered a great atmosphere to push his team towards a much-needed victory. Aitor García scored his third goal after a great performance to make it 10-7. Alejandro Mozas called a time out so that his rival would not come up. The Cantabrian defense could not repel its adversary. The inertia was very powerful and a goal from Aitor García led to a new timeout for the 13-7 lead in the electronics.

Bar was a wall, the Brazilian Arthur disguised himself as a magician and Torrelavega stagnated in seven goals for almost 18 minutes. The bleeding was embarrassing and the game became very expensive for the Navarrese with 19-8 at halftime. The good minutes from Mikolaj Czaplinski took effect and, with four goals in a row on his part, Torrelavega reduced the difference to eight in the 10th minute of the second half. It was a mirage, since those of Quique Domínguez accelerated again.

The rents reached up to 13 goals. Anaitasuna put an end to a bad streak of eight consecutive games without seeing the victory. Handball did justice to the team led by an always combative Quique Domínguez.

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Helvetia Anaitasuna (19+15): Bar: Gastón (1), Edu (2), Aitor García (10), Meoki (2), Pinto, Ganuza (6)-starting seven-; Bazán, Goñi (2), Cancio, Chocarro, Redondo (3), Arthur (5), Castro (1), Arzoz and Elustondo (2).

Bathco BM. Torrelavega (8+18): Mijuskovic: Martínez (3), Cangiani (5), Casanova (2), Maestro (1), Popovic (2), Czaplinski (5)-starting seven-Moreno (2), Prieto, Villoria (2), Ramos (1 ), Lombilla (2), Colunga, Gandara (1).

Partials every five minutes: 3-3, 5-6, 9-7, 11-7, 15-7, 19-8, (rest), 23-10, 24-15, 27-16, 29-18, 30-22, 34-26 (final).

Referees: Javier Álvarez Mata and Yon Bustamente López. They excluded Castro, Arthur, Elustondo, Aitor García, Bazán and Goñi on the local side. To Popovic, Maestro, Isidoro Martínez and Lombilla on the visiting side.

Basketball court: Anaitasuna Pavilion before about 1,000 spectators.

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