Ragusa “Passalacqua” defeated Sangiovanni Valdarno “Bruschi” at home with 97:48 (28:16, 22:29, 17:10, 30:13).
Vitola was on the field for 35 minutes, during which he made 11 of 18 two-point shots and eight of nine free throws, but the ball flew past the basket after the only long shot. She also had eight rebounds, two assists, three turnovers, six steals, two steals, 12 turnovers and a 44 efficiency rating.
Vitola became the top scorer of the match, while Kristina Enigwe added 23 points and 13 rebounds in the victory.
Elizabeth Tassinari scored 20 points for the guests.
It has already been reported that Bologna “Virtus Segafredo” represented by Kitty Laksa also started the championship with a victory on Saturday, which defeated “Crema” team 75:52 (19:17, 24:7, 17:17, 15:11) on the road.
Laksa spent the last season with “Famila”, with which he became the champion of Italy, beating Bologna’s “Virtus Segafredo” 3-1 in the final series to three victories.