DCS grad Danielle Groenendijk and the VIU Mariners will play at Duncan Christian School next Tuesday at 7 p.m. (Submitted)

VIU Mariners coming to DCS

Men’s team plays Camosun this Wednesday, women in action next Tuesday

Duncan Christian School is playing host to university men’s and women’s volleyball matches this week and next, with DCS grads in action both times.

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, former DCS Chargers star Adam Kapteyn will lead the defending national bronze medallist Vancouver Island University Mariners men’s team into his former home gym for a match against Camosun College.

The festivities will begin with a high school junior boys match between Duncan Christian and Gulf Islands at 3: 30 p.m., followed by a senior boys match between DCS and GISS at 5 p.m. VIU and Camosun will take the floor at 7 p.m.

On Tuesday, Oct. 1, former Chargers star Danielle Groenendijk will lead the two-time defending national champion VIU Mariners women’s team to her former home gym for a match of their own, also against Camosun.

The DCS junior girls team will kick things off at 3:30 p.m. with a match against Queen of Angels, and the DCS senior girls will face Brentwood College School at 5 p.m. VIU and Camosun will square off at 7 p.m.

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