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Champs are here! It's official, the Manic Attackers and the Double Crossers will be skating for the Ivy King Cup next month.
On Saturday April, 12, the Hell’s Belles and Double Crossers clashed in their first playoff together in years. Doing so determined which team would punch their ticket to the Ivy King Cup championship bout in May.
In roller derby, a bout is rarely decided until the final whistle blows.
Playoffs are just around the corner! This Saturday, April 12, join us at the UIC Pavilion as our four home teams battle it out for placement into the Ivy King Cup championship.
The Windy City Rollers picked up some fresh faces (and some familiar ones) in the recent draft! Come to the next home teams bout at the UIC Pavilion on April 12 to meet these athletes and see them in action!
The Second Wind jumped out to a big lead early and never looked back Saturday as they beat the Saint Lunachix, the B-team of the St. Louis-based Arch Rival Roller Girls.
The Windy City Rollers All-Stars beat the St. Louis-based Arch Rival Roller Girls All-Stars 171-98 Saturday, the bout was a lot closer than the final score indicated.
Quick, low-scoring jams were the order of the day on Saturday, Feb 15 as the Double Crossers beat the Manic Attackers and finished the 2014 home season with a 2-1 record.
Will you be our valentine? Come spend quality time with your favorite Windy City Rollers skaters Feb. 15 at the UIC Pavilion for the final home season bout before playoffs in April. Doors open at 5 p.m. First whistle at 6 p.m. Tickets available now!
Saturday night the Windy City Rollers’ second home season date saw a rematch of last year’s two best teams, The Fury and the Manic Attackers. In the last three seasons, the two teams have battled it out against each other for the Ivy King Cup. However, for the first time in years, both the Manics and The Fury came into their second bout with a 0-1 win-loss record. Keeping with tradition and their tense history however, both teams came out slugging in an offensive battle rife with fits and starts ...