Thank you to all of the new skaters who attended our black and white new skater bout on Sunday! We had a great time and good derby was played by all involved. Final score black team: 191 white team: 182.
Thank you to all of the referees, NSOs and fans who attended and donated canned food to FISH Food Bank. Your donation will help residents of Kittitas County.
CALLING ALL RODEO CITY ROLLERGIRLS FANS! You can now purchase merchandise for your favorite team online! Get the sizes you need and the styles you want with the click of a mouse. It’s super easy!
The Rodeo City Rollergirls Online Store is live now. Click here to view all of the shirts, hoodies and hats you can purchase to support your favorite team! We will still sell our merchandise at bouts, but this is a way for you to access it NOW!
The Rodeo City Rollergirls are hosting a new skater bout for newly graduated fresh meat, skaters returning from injury and those with less than two seasons skating. The bout starts at noon Sunday, February 4, 2018 at Ellensburg High School, 1203 E. Capitol Ave., Ellensburg. The skater drop-in fee is $5 and skaters must bring a black and white jersey and their WFTDA insurance number.
Members of the public are welcome to attend for free with a non-perishable food donation that will go to the FISH Food Bank. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and the bout starts at noon.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls took a 326-72 win on Sunday at home against the Aftershocks Roller Rebels Roller Derby.
Saturday marked the fourth bout in the team’s 2017-18 season, bringing the team’s record to 3-2. Rodeo City took an early lead in Saturday’s bout, and maintained it throughout the game.
Rodeo City bench coach Alicia Wagner said the team did well after coming off of a long holiday break.
“Everybody was working well together,” Wagner said. “Our jammers were getting through and scoring a lot of points.”
Rodeo City head coach Shelby Taylor-Olson said the team cohesiveness was good on Sunday and skaters had the opportunity to try new positions.
“All of our team members played well with each other,” she said. “We had new jammers that were getting to get some experience under their belts and they excelled really well. We’re looking forward to seeing what this season brings us with some harder games that are coming up.”
Rodeo City’s Sheso Sarcastic, Genevieve Sigle-Hall, took the MVP Jammer award, and Hula C Nation, Shelby Taylor-Olson took the MVP Blocker award.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls are hosting a new skater bout at noon Sunday, Feb. 4 at Ellensburg High School. The bout will feature new skaters from Eastern Washington. Entry is free to the public with a canned food donation that will go to FISH Food Bank.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls will take on the Aftershocks Roller Rebels in the first home bout of 2018. Join us at 12 p.m. Sunday, January 21st at Ellensburg High School to watch the action! Tickets are $5 in advance at brownpapertickets.com and will be $10 at the door day of the event. Join us for the afterparty at Whipsaw also featuring The Red Pickle.