Enforcers Win Big During Opening Play At Nationals
By Space Coast Daily // June 24, 2014
win two games by combined score of 132-89
ABOVE VIDEO: The highlight of the 70-40 Enforcers victory over the San Diego Police Department on Monday was a Jesse Forrest steal, and then an incredible no-look pass to Jo Jo Carter for a crowd pleasing slam dunk.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Enforcers Basketball Team got off to an impressive start in the first round of competition on Monday at the 2014 United States Police & Fire Games in San Diego.
The Enforcers played two games, winning both by a combined score of a scorching 132-89.
In the first game, the Enforcers roughed up the host home team San Diego Police Department, as the Enforcers posted a 62-49 victory with well balanced scoring, rebounding and a smothering defense that forced turnovers and mistakes from SDPD.
“I would like to especially thank Brevard County resident and longtime friend Adrian Laffitte for taking time out of his vacation to come support us at the game and especially thank our spouses for their tremendous support today as well,” said Brevard County Sheriff, and Enforcer player, Wayne Ivey.
In the second game of the day, the Enforcers put the hurt on the San Diego Fire Department 70-40.
“The Enforcers continues to smother their opponent with their impressive defense, while 3-point shooting extended the Enforcer’s lead in the second half,” said Player/Sheriff Ivey.
“The highlight of the game featured Jesse Forrest as he stole the ball and then made an incredible no-look pass to Jo Jo Carter for a crowd pleasing slam dunk.”
On Tuesday, the Enforcers are set to face the Justice League at 3 p.m. local time as they continue their quest for a national championship at the United States Police and Fire Games.
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