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The Windy City Rollers are hosting a "pop up rink" this weekend, July 12 & 13, during West Fest, an outdoor festival in Chicago's West Town neighborhood. We're taking our Skate Court outside!
This past Saturday, June 21, in a knock down aggressive bout, the Windy City Rollers All-Stars and the Des Moines Team United endured a back and forth 1st half with Windy’s deep bench maintaining endurance for an ultimate victory of 208-97.
On an "alumni night" ten years from now, Second Wind skaters will proudly recall Saturday's triumph over Motor City Disassembly Line, the complete shut down of the Detroit team with a final score of 368-53.
Offensive Player of the Game: Ying O'Fire
Defensive Player of the Game: Mz Lolli PopYa
Offensive Player of the Game: Mean Streak
Defensive Player of the Game: Tay Q. Down
Come out and cheer on your favorite WCR travel team skaters this Saturday, June 21 at UIC Pavilion as they take on Team United from Des Moines, Iowa and the Motor City Disassembly Line from Detroit. It will also be *ALUMNI NIGHT*, so you'll be sure to see all the fun, familiar faces of skaters from the past cheering along with you.
We are so proud to host three amazing local charities at this Saturday's Travel Teams bout. Tickets are still available to the last home bout of the year! Don't miss it!
We invite our past skaters, officials and volunteers to join us for Alumni Night on Saturday, June 21. This one is super-special as we are approaching our Tenth Anniversary and all alumni will be honored with a special section at the UIC Pavilion!
Spend your weekend with the Windy City Rollers All-Stars and Second Wind as they travel to hoppy Milwaukee for an action-packed weekend of competition, featuring both men's and women's teams, at the 2014 Midwest Brewhaha.
After a 0-3 start to the season, the Manic Attackers thumped the defending league champions, The Fury, in the playoffs to book their ticket to the 10th Annual Ivy King Cup championship on May 17. Saturday night the Manics faced the Double Crossers, who hadn't won a regular season game or playoff in three full seasons. Yet a very different Double Crossers team started the 2013-2014 season with a bang, heading into the final with a 3-1 record.