BCSO Enforcers Men, Women Rule At ‘Guns and Hoses’ Basketball Tournament

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JANNA IVEY SINGS INSPIRATIONAL RENDITION OF THE National Anthem BEFORE ORLANO MAGIC GAME

ABOVE VIDEO: On Sunday night, the Orlando Magic organization honored Public Safety Officers throughout Central Florida for their commitment and dedication to protecting our citizens. As part of the Magic opening game ceremonies, Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s daughter Janna sang an incredible rendition of the National Anthem.

WOMEN WIN FIRST, MEN TAKE SECOND PLACE

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Our Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Women’s and Men’s “Enforcers” Basketball Team won first and second place in their respective divisions at the annual “Guns and Hoses” Basketball Tournament that was held Sunday at the Amway Center in Orlando.

The tournament is held each year to promote team building and networking throughout the various Public Safety Departments in Central Florida and is sponsored by Harris Corporation.

The Lady Enforcers dominated their opponent from Orange County in the finals to win first place, while the mens’s team battled through the brackets in the Men’s Division to face the Apopka Police Department in the finals.

In a closely contested battle the BCSO Enforcers lost in overtime following a solid performance by the players from Apopka.

I would like to commend the efforts of all the teams that played in today’s tournament and also personally thank the Orlando Magic for hosting the tournament. I would like to also give a special thank you to CEO Bill Brown and Senior Vice President Bob Duffy of Harris Corporation for sponsoring the tournament, and for their continued incredible support of our agency.

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The Lady Enforcers dominated their opponent from Orange County in the finals to win first place at the “Guns and Hoses” Tourney on Sunday. (BCSO image)

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The BCSO Enforcers battled through the brackets in the Men’s Division to face the Apopka Police Department in the finals. In a closely contested battle the BCSO Enforcers lost in overtime following a solid performance by the players from Apopka. (BCSO image)

– Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff


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