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By Airman 1st Class Cody H. Ramirez

509th Bomb Wing Public Affairs

The 509th Security Forces Squadron-B team, sporting an 11-0 record, appears to be the team to beat in the 2011 Whiteman intramural basketball league.

The B-Team invoked the mercy rule in the third period, finishing off the C-squad 63-17. SFS-C, a talented team with a strong record of its own, had no chance of breaking SFS-Bís unblemished record as the "B team" made the "C team" look elementary Jan. 13.

The SFS-Bís victory was sealed with their complete team effort of every player scoring at least one point, while the SFS-Cís top two scorers only managed putting up six points each.

"It was a great effort put on by our team," said Berneil Strauss, SFS-B member. "We had five guys score eight points which shows just how well our team works together."

Strauss managed putting up 12 points toward his teamís victory; nearly as much as the SFS-C teamís complete score.

"We have great players that enjoy the game and are very competitive," Strauss said. "If anyone is having an off day, thereís always another picking up their game."

Although the game appeared to be no competition, the security forces members from both teams retained respect for each other.

"Their team (SFS-C) is very talented and I look forward to meeting them again later in the season," said Troy Young, SFS-B team captain. "Everyone that placed foot on the court played a great game."

The streak continues as the season progresses. With each team holding great records, it wonít be a surprise to see each in the playoffs, and possibly in a rematch, according to Young.

SFS-B team takes their undefeated record to MDG Monday at 7:30 p.m.. SFS-C will play MDG Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

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