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Fran Belibi (Regis Jesuit H.S./Centennial, Colo.) finished with 12 points and seven rebounds in the win over Mexico.

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USA Women's U16 head coach Carla Berube (Tufts) directed the USA to its second straight convincing win.

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Aliyah Boston (Worcester Academy/Worcester, Mass.) contribute six points and 10 rebounds in the USA's 100-37 victory over Mexico.

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Samanth Brunelle (William Monroe H.S./Ruckerville, Va.) recorded a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds.

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Paige Bueckers (Hopkins H.S./Eden Prairie, Minn.) tallied 15 points, three assists and a game-best five steals. Shooting 7-of-7 from the field, the guard set a USA U16 single game record for shooting percentage.

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Caitlin Clark (Dowling Catholic H.S./West Des Moines, Iowa) was credited with eight points, four rebounds and a pair of assists.

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USA Women's U16 National Team assistant coaches Vanessa Nygaard (Windward School, Calif.) and Steve Gomez (Lubbock Christian University).

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Guard Zia Cooke (Rogers H.S./Toledo, Ohio) posted 11 points, five rebounds, four assists and got the starting nod.

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Guard Azzi Fudd (Potomac School/Falls Church, Va.) filled the stat sheet with seven points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals in just under 17 minutes of action.

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Jordan Horston (Columbus Africentric Early College/Columbus, Ohio) helped lead the USA to a 100-37 win over Mexico and contributed five points, four assists and three steals in the contest.

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With Thursday's 100-37 win over Mexico, the USA improved to 2-0 and took sole possession of first place in Group B preliminary play.

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Diamond Miller (Franklin H.S./Somerset, N.J.) tossed in eight points, grabbed three rebounds and recorded three steals in 11:38 of action.

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Five-foot-10 guard Jordyn Oliver (Prosper H.S./Prosper, Texas) helped the USA own a 60-30 rebounding advantage versus Mexico.

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Celeste Taylor (Long Island Lutheran H.S./Valley Stream, N.Y.) contributed five points and three rebounds to the USA's victorious cause.

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Kylee Watson (Mainland Regional H.S./Linwood, N.J.) was two-of-two from the field en route to five points in the win over Mexico.

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