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Chargers Visit Royals

Chargers Visit Royals


Camosun Chargers @ Douglas Royals – Sunday November 20, 1:00pm | WATCH HERE

The lone Sunday match-up pits the Chargers visiting the Royals in their first meeting of the season.

The Royals return home after suffering their first loss of the campaign on Friday falling 69-48 at VIU. They struggled from the field shooting 22% with only Jenessa Knapp reaching double-digits with her 12 points. They were outscored in each quarter except the second and scored just eight points in the final frame.

The Chargers meanwhile have won back-to-back games after an 87-46 win at CBC on Saturday night. They jumped out in the first quarter outscoring the home side 26-4 and never looked back. Offensively they caught fire shooting 42% from the field as Abby Rauh led the way with a game high 18 points.


Records: Chargers 2-2 – Royals 3-1
Average Points For: Chargers 68.5/game – Royals 69/game
Average Points Allowed: Chargers 58 – Royals 57.5/game


Camosun Chargers @ Douglas Royals – Sunday November 20, 3:00pm | WATCH HERE

The Chargers and Royals will wrap up Week 3 of the PACWEST basketball schedule on Sunday afternoon at Douglas.

Saturday night the Chargers won their second game of the campaign with an 84-74 win at CBC. They played a solid road game shooting 39% from the field with Noah Helman recording a massive game off the bench. He tallied a game high 24 points and 13 rebounds while Takeshi Croke was equally solid with 21 points and 13 boards. It was the Chargers second straight victory.

The Royals on the other hand are coming off a 106-61 loss at VIU on Friday night. They shot 34% and knocked down 11-three pointers but it wasn’t enough. Ekman Sohal scored 15 to lead the offence and Tegbir Kainth came off the bench to drop in 12.

This game is the first of three this season between the Chargers and Royals.


Records: Chargers 2-2 – Royals 2-2
Average Points For: Chargers 72.5/game – Royals 80/game
Average Points Allowed: Chargers 72.2/game – Royals 93/game