Enforcers Defeat LAPD Blues To Advance To Finals

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ABOVE VIDEO: The BCSO Enforcers defeated the LAPD Blues 47-42 in a close struggle between two great teams, but in the final minutes several steals, precision free-throw shooting, and team unity gave the win to the Enforcers.

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Enforcers Win Over LAPD Blues 47-42, Take On LADP Reds In Championship Game

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Enforcers” Basketball Team defeated the LAPD Blue Team Thurday to advance to the finals of the United States Police and Fire Games. 

ENFORCERS-435-92The Enforcers won the semi-finals game 47-42, and will now face the LAPD Red Team at 6 p.m. EST in a finals showdown for the Gold.

“The game was a close struggle between two great teams but in the final minutes several steals, precision free-throw shooting, and team unity gave the win to the Enforcers,” said Brevard County Sheriff, and Enforcer, Wayne Ivey. 

“I would like to personally thank our fans who traveled with us for their great court side support and everyone back home for following us throughout the tournament,” said Ivey.

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The BCSO Enforcers defeated the LAPD Blues 47-42 in a close struggle between two great teams, but in the final minutes several steals, precision free-throw shooting, and team unity gave the win to the Enforcers. (BCSO image)

PERFECT 5-0 RECORD IN THE TOURNEY

The win moves the Enforcers (5-0) into the title game of the United States Police and Fire Games in San Diego.

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“Our team greatly appreciates all of your support and is getting ready to face LAPD Red in tomorrow’s championship game,” said Sheriff Wayne Ivey. (BCSO image)

“Early in today’s game we found ourselves down by almost 10 points before tough defense and incredible 3-point shooting moved the Enforcers into a halftime lead that remained throughout the game,” said Brevard County Sheriff, and Enforcer, Wayne Ivey.

“Our team greatly appreciates all of your support and is getting ready to face LAPD Red in the  championship game,” said Ivey.

ENFORCERS ON A ROLL

On Wednesday, the Enforcers beat the Columbus Ohio Fire Department 58-46.

On Tuesday, the Enforcers crushed the California Justice League 73-57, featuring impressive 3-point shooting and intense defense against a great team.

The Enforcers now head into bracket competition tomorrow in their quest for a national championship.

The Enforcers will take on LAPD on Thursday.

On Monday, the Enforcers won both of their games as they took it to the San Diego Police and Fire Departments by a combined score of 132-89.

The United State Police & Fire Championships is an Olympic-style event open to individuals representing law enforcement, fire, prisons and border protection.

More than 5,000 competitors are competing in 55 sporting events at 35 venues. The games opened on June 21 and will conclude on Sunday.

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2014 BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ENFORCERS

The BCSO Enforcers 2014 roster includes Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Cpl. Carl Jenkins, FTO Leonard Jones, Cpl. John Ready, PSA Breann Lewis, Agent Jesse Forrest, BCFR Aldo Nunez, Deputy Mike White, Agent Mark Myers, Correction Tech Cicero Carr, Deputy Joe Carter and Deputy Mark Spencer. Coaches include Lt. (Ret.) Greg Buttrick, head coach; and Corrections Deputy Jerry Land, assistant coach. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

The BCSO Enforcers 2014 roster includes Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Cpl. Carl Jenkins, FTO Leonard Jones, Cpl. John Ready, PSA Breann Lewis, Agent Jesse Forrest, BCFR Aldo Nunez, Deputy Mike White, Agent Mark Myers, Correction Tech Cicero Carr, Deputy Joe Carter and Deputy Mark Spencer. Coaches include Lt. (Ret.) Greg Buttrick, head coach; and Corrections Deputy Jerry Land, assistant coach. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)


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