Camosun basketballers charge into provincials

Women have first-round bye, men must get through today's quarter-finals

The Camosun Chargers women’s team begins its drive for a B.C. college basketball crown this afternoon in a PACWEST conference semifinal at Douglas College in New Westminster. The Chargers, who finished second in league play at 16-5, play the winner between Quest Kermodes and Kwantlen Eagles.

Meanwhile, Camosun’s men (7-14, tie fifth) play No. 4 Capilano Blues in a quarter-final game today (Feb. 27) at 3 p.m.. A win will put the Chargers men into tonight’s semifinal against No. 1 Langara. The bronze and gold medal matches are set for Saturday. Visit for results.

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