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Chargers open with win over Ladysmith

Charging into the lane is Duncan Christian School Chargers’ Nick Kapteyn against the defence of Kevin Schoenewolf, left, and Robert Enevoldsen of Ladysmith. - Andrew Leong
Charging into the lane is Duncan Christian School Chargers’ Nick Kapteyn against the defence of Kevin Schoenewolf, left, and Robert Enevoldsen of Ladysmith.
— image credit: Andrew Leong

The Duncan Christian School Chargers made a successful debut in the Cowichan Welcome Back senior boys' basketball tournament.

The Chargers defeated Ladysmith Wednesday night 78-52.

Josh Klassen led the scoring with 23 points, five assists and nine rebounds. Doug Groenendijk added 18 points and 17 rebounds while Nick Kapteyn contributed 13 points despite being in foul trouble.

DCS went on to face the host Cowichan Thunderbirds Thursday afternoon.

The tournament concludes Saturday.

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