BCSO Men’s Basketball Squad Savors Championship

By  //  March 5, 2013

Second Consecutive Title For Brevard

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There was a lot of happiness in Orlando on Sunday afternoon as the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Basketball Team captured first place in the 7th annual Orlando Magic “Guns and Hoses” Basketball Tournament  at the Amway Center for the second consecutive year.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office basketball team won the 7th annual Orlando Magic “Guns and Hoses” Basketball Tournament at the Amway Center on Sunday. (Image courtesy of Brevard County Sheirff’s Office)

The nationally ranked Brevard County Sheriff’s Office team defeated the Coleman Federal Corrections and Orange County Corrections Team twice on their way to the title.

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Deputy Carl Jenkins was named “Most Valuable Player” of the tournament.

Brevard Head Coach Retired Lieutenant Greg Buttrick said he was satisfied with his team’s play.

“I was very pleased with our team’s effort as they defended their title and now have back-to-back championship trophies,” Buttrick said.

The victory also caught the attention of Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“I am proud of how well our team played together to come from behind in the final game to win the championship for the second year in a row,” Ivey said. “I also appreciate the tremendous fan support our team received from the many co-workers who came to the game to support our players.”

Corrections Deputy Carl Jenkins, Deputy Mark Spencer, Corrections Deputy Kevin Van Hook, Deputy Jesse Forrest, Deputy John Ready,  Deputy Aldo Nunez, Corrections Deputy Lorenzo Hutchinson, Deputy Mark Myers and Deputy Leonard Jones.

The team’s head coach is Retired Lieutenant Greg Buttrick and Corrections Deputy is the team’s assistant coach.