BCSO Enforcers Basketball Team Beats New York City Rebels, Still In Medal Round Hunt

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62-49 victory on Sunday

After digging themselves a huge hole in yesterday's opening rounds of competition the Brevard County Sheriff's Office Enforcers Basketball Team still has a shot at moving on to the medal rounds. (BCSO image)

After digging themselves a huge hole in yesterday’s opening rounds of competition the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Enforcers Basketball Team still has a shot at moving on to the medal rounds. (BCSO image)

WASHINGTON, DC – After digging themselves a huge hole in yesterday’s opening rounds of competition the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Enforcers Basketball Team still has a shot at moving on to the medal rounds.

After logging a 62-49 victory on Sunday against the New York City Rebels, the Enforcers need one more victory to give them a shot of playing in Tuesday’s Medal Round against the top teams from the tournament.

Sunday’s victory was led by an impressive 25 point posting by Corrections Deputy Carl Jenkins, with 21 of the points coming from 3 point range.

Corrections Deputy JoJo Carter also had 17 points, 5 rebounds, and a game ending slam dunk to seal the victory.

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If the Enforcers can beat the Miami Express and Team China in Monday’s tournament they have a great chance of making it to the Championship Bracket for a shot at the title.

I am extremely proud of our players who always represent our agency with pride and professionalism.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey


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