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The Dockyard Derby Dames took a 198-89 win over the Rodeo City Rollergirls on Saturday, May 11th in Ellensburg.
Dockyard was ranked #244 in WFTDA rankings, while Rodeo was ranked #301. Rodeo Coach Professor Pain said she was proud of how the team played because it was a tough bout, but everyone kept fighting and tried different strategies.
RCR’s Yo-Yo Mauler and What The HellVetica were named MVPs by Dockyard.
RCR also said goodbye to skaters who will not be skating with us next season: Yo-Yo Mauler, What The HellVetica, The Huntress and Rumble Bee Marie. The team also said thank you to head coach Professor Pain, who will remain with the team in other capacities.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls will skate this Saturday, May 18th against the Whidbey Island Rollergirls in their final bout of Season 9.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls took a 205-192 win on Saturday in Bremerton against Northwest Derby Company.
“Both teams fought hard and were aggressive,” said skater Nicole Klauss. “It was a close game the entire time.”
At halftime the score was 114 to 109 with Rodeo down five points. The team rallied in the second half and took a small lead that they maintained throughout the remainder of the bout.
Rodeo City’s Hula C Nation, Shelby Taylor-Olson, took the MVP Blocker award, and YoYo Mauler, Callie Guntheroth took the MVP Jammer award.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls play next at 4 p.m. April 27 at Ellensburg High School against Jet City Roller Derby. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 online or $10 at the door. Learn more about www.rodeocityrollergirls.com.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls took a 205-92 win over the Palouse River Rampage on Saturday, March 23rd at the Gladish Community and Cultural Center in Pullman.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls debuted new skater April Rohrbach who recently graduated the fresh meat program. She primarily played the blocker position, but also was successful when she jammed.
“It was scary but super fun,” Rohrbach said. “For me I felt like I was able to find a buddy and stick with them pretty well. Jamming was fun.”
Rodeo’s MVP Jammer was What The Hellvetica and MVP Blocker was Master Bouter.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls are 7-1 in season 9. The team plays next on April 13 in Kitsap County as they take on Northwest Derby Company. For more information about joining us email email@example.com.
We’re hitting the road on Saturday, March 23rd to take on the Palouse River Rampage in Pullman. Come cheer us on at the Gladish Community Center Gym, 115 NW State St, Pullman, WA 99163. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Tickets $10 at the door.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls took a 143-107 win over the Rolling Hills Derby Dames on Saturday, March 9th at Ellensburg High School.
Rodeo’s team captain Hailey McGraw, known as What The Hellvetica, said her team started out with the fundamentals and worked together to focus on teamwork within their walls.
“Our blockers did a great job holding their jammers and keeping them from scoring,” she said. “We were able to integrate a lot of our newer skaters in and they followed our communication and direction with complete trust and confidence. Overall we played a game we were proud of and took home a well deserved victory.”
Rodeo coach Andrea Eklund said it was a hard-fought game.
“The teams were equally matched and we had to work hard to come out on top,” she said. “Our players communicated, had strong walls, they kept recycling the opposing jammer, and we had fast offense for our jammer. It was great to see seasoned skaters and newer skaters come together for the win.”
Rodeo is 6-1 in the 2018-2019 season. McGraw was named Rodeo’s MVP jammer, and Rumble Bee Marie, Brigitte Wiegand, was named MVP blocker.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls play next on March 23 in Pullman where they will take on the Palouse River Rollers.