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Germany sweeps Mexico in a fast job

The elegant Germany setter Lena Mollers
Mexicali, Mexico, July 22, 2009- Germany continued again their winning streak of 6 matches in the competition till now and pulled of a straight sets victory (25-21, 25-10, 25-12) over the host Mexico in the third and last day of the second round pool F of the 2009 Women’s Junior World Championship held here at Auditorio del Estado Ciudad Deportiva hall in Mexicali, Mexico on Wednesday.
 Already qualified to the semifinal, Germany improved their win- loss ratio in pool F to 3-0 to lead the pool with 6 points, while Mexico dropped to 0-3 at the bottom of the standings to play for 5-8 positions.
 The German captain Sarah Petrausch and the setter Lena Mollers showed again the consistency and were the key of the victory. Petrausch finished the match scorer (18 points). The center Xitali Herrera was Mexico best scorer (8).
 Mexico team started with the full power using the support of their spectators as they took care of the receptions and back court defense. The home team led 8-6 at the FTT through the efficient spikes of Cecilia Rios who did well also in reception with the libero Lizeth Lopez. Mexcico styed near until Germany used their big Gun Sarah Petrausch in spiking from position 4 as well as the fast spikes of Berit Kaufieldt to lead at the middle of the set till winning 25-21.
The second set was one side as the Mexican team couldn’t deploy their block in front of the skillful combinations of the German team from all the net position led by the setter Lena Mollers who showed good actions. Again the wing spiker Sarah showed more of her talent as the Germans finished the set 25-10 easily.
The third set went the same rhythm although the German coach made many substitutions to give the chance to some bench players but they went through easily to finish the set 25-12. 
  

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