March 21, 2018
The first game of each best of five quarterfinals series was played on Wednesday. The most anticipated matchup was probably the one between the rivals as Brno won 61-53 on the road to show their neighbors that they did not have full claim on being the team of the city yet. USK Praha won big as expected with Alena Hanusova and Marija Rezan leading them past Karlovy Vary 101-65. Stephanie Madden had another good game for Slavia Praha, but Andrea Ovsikova and Hradec Kralove won 81-62. Nymburk edged Slovanka 70-66 to keep homecourt advantage. The series format is 1-1-1-1-1 so the teams will swap venues for the next game.
KP Brno vs. Brno 53-61 VAL Sujanova 18 Berankova 11 Burgrova 7 BRN Vackova 18/10r Adamcova 11 Bays 9/7r
USK Praha vs. Karlovy Vary 101-65 USK Hanusova 29/13r Rezan 24/8r Elhotova 15 Xargay 10/8r/13a Romero 6/9a KAV Kuslitova 19 Webb 14/7r
Hradec Kralove vs. Slavia Praha 81-62 HRA Ovsikova 20 Minarovicova 15 Matuskova 14 Rosenbaumova 10 SLA Madden 21/11r Pudlakova 11 Bellock 2
Nymburk vs. Slovanka 70-66 NYM Linskens 17/17r Khomenchuk 15/12r Wells 13/6a Vaughn 10 SLO Jenkins 16/7r Harapesova 15 Motycakova 13/8r King 9/9r
The first of six rounds of this double-round robin was also played on Wednesday. Lokomotiva Trutnov stayed atop the standings with a 67-61 win at Ostrava. Strakonice has some momentum this year, getting good games from Tereza Sipova and Alena Jenistova to beat Kamila Selucka, Monika Stehlikova, and Technic Brno 81-65.
Ostrava vs. Lokomotiva Trutnov 61-67 OST Vojtikova 15/8r Kubickova 14/6r Kopecka 12/9r Smutna 11 TRU Kozumplikova 16 Vitulova 15/7r Bethel 14/13r Rylichova 10/8r Perkins 5 Brandao 0
Technic Brno vs. Strakonice 65-81 TEC Selucka 22 Stehlikova 21 STR Sipova 26 Jenistova 20/12r Tomsovicova 17/6r Petruskova 10/8r
- Lokomotiva Trutnov 7-16
- Strakonice 5-18
- Ostrava 3-20
- Technic Brno 2-21