Duncan Christian School will play host to the B.C. Christian Schools junior girls basketball championships this Friday and Saturday.
Games in the 10-team tournament will be played in two pools: one at DCS and the other at the Island Savings Centre.
The DCS Chargers will play in their own gym, opening against Campbell River Christian at 2 p.m. on Friday.
The winner of that game will face Mennonite Educational Institute of Abbotsford at 5:30 p.m. Also in the DCS pool are a pair of Surrey teams: Pacific Academy and Surrey Christian.
The pool at the Island Savings Centre will include Richmond Christian, Langley Christian, Unity (Chilliwack), Gateway (Comox Valley), and Credo (Langley).
The tournament continues on Saturday with games starting at 9 a.m. Placing games start at noon: fifth/sixth at the ISC and third/fourth at DCS. At 1:30 p.m., the ninth/10th game will go at the ISC and seventh/eighth at DCS.
The final will be played at DCS at 3 p.m. The DCS senior girls are playing in the Provincial Cross-Zone tournament at Mulgrave Secondary in North Vancouver this weekend, and the senior boys are at their own provincial Christian tournament in Surrey.