Per Writing Fougeres
updated 8 May 22 at 4:20 p.m
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This Saturday, May 7, there was a party in the Justy-Specker room. The Pays de Fougères basketball team indeed received Vanves on the last day at home of their National 2 championship.
But it was also the night the Blues brothers reunited with their audience, two weeks after winning the Trophy Coupe de France.
Fougères settled into their match perfectly with a 7-0 lead. Stung, the Northerners wasted no time getting back into the game (9-4, 6th). Vanves then inflicted 13-0 on Fougères and got ahead of the score (15-19, 10th).
Claveau seemed to get all of his 3-point success back (19-23, 13). He even allowed himself to bind them (27-25, 16).
Choplin took on his duties with full confidence after being elected MVP of the final in Bercy (37-32).
Fougères did not control this game, but returned to the locker room in front of the mark (37-32). Choplin, the author of 15 points in this first half, was not in vain.
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Fourth in the ranking
Fougères started the 3rd QT very well and kept their lead (43-36, 23rd).
Mathieu Lemercier’s players increased the score through his captain N’Diaye (47-36, 24th). The northerners reacted to the Brazilian attacks (53-48, 30.).
Then Maxence Claveau made a 3-pointer (56-48).
The end of the match was uncertain, Vanves increased the score. The match ended with a stoppage time. Fougères finished with a win against Vanves and consolidated their 4th place in the standings (65-63).
Last game of the season: Saturday, May 14 at US Maubeuge.
Mathieu Lemercier, basketball coach of Pays de Fougères, will continue the adventure with his club for three seasons.
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