Articles Tagged "Dinah Party"
Saturday night the undefeated first-place Fury took the track in what some thought might be another routine win on the way to the finals. Much to their surprise, The Fury were caught up in a fight for their lives as the Double Crossers pushed forward with what was their greatest performance all season.
The playoff bout saw 15 separate lead changes between the two teams as the Double Crossers piled on points, crowded The Fury’s jammers, and generally made life on the track hell for feared furiosas.
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Dinah Party began her roller derby life in New York City with none other than the three-time champion, the Gotham Girls Roller Derby, before moving to Chicago to take up a role with the Windy City Rollers. Currently a member of The Fury, Dinah started out playing for the Hell's Belles before transferring after the 2012 season.
Windy City’s Second Wind went down swinging in a transcontinental grudge-match against Toronto’s A-Team, losing 231-179 at the UIC Pavilion Saturday, March 30, 2013. Early on in the bout, both teams were vying for a win but the Second Wind just didn’t have enough gas in the tank to pull it off.
Your Windy City Rollers are shaking things up for the 2013 Season. We are proud to announce the new rosters for this exciting season! You can check out all the new faces as well as your favorite skaters this Saturday, Jan. 26, at the 2013 Round Robin Charity Bout! We'll see you at 6 p.m. at the UIC Pavilion!
In an evening filled with grand slams and monstrous hitting, the Second Wind started the season with an impressive win over the Naptown Roller Girls’ B-team, the Warning Belles, beating them 171-79 at the UIC Pavilion on March 31, 2012. The Second Wind was able to make short work out of the Warning Belles behind excellent pack control and unstoppable jamming. Even with a handful of surges, the Warning Belles couldn’t close the gap on the Second Wind and wound up fighting tooth and nail just to stay in the ...
With the first place seeding on the line, the Manic Attackers took the fight to the Hell’s Belles and claimed a first place victory winning 168-102 at the UIC Pavilion Saturday night. Both teams were frothing from the beginning, but the Manic Attackers had the gas to hold on until the end and sent the Hell’s Belles home with a loss. With both teams going into triple digits, there was no shortage of scoring, but the Manic Attackers defense is what was holding strong as the final whistle blew.
Announcing the rosters for your 2012 Windy City Roller Travel Teams! Congratulations to all the skaters, new and returning veterans. Come to the UIC Pavilion on Saturday, March 31 for your first chance to see these teams in their first home bout of the season!
The first jam of this season-changing bout started off in The Fury’s favor with Kola Loka racing against Zombea Arthur. With a track-cutting penalty, Zombea Arthur was sent to the penalty box leaving Kola Loka unopposed. Even though the Belles were doing their best to control the front of the pack, Kola Loka easily scored 15 points.
New scrapes and bruises were served up in mass quantities as all four home teams of the Windy City Rollers opened the 2012 season on Saturday night. Bracing against frigid air, the ladies of the Windy City Rollers brought the UIC Pavilion to a rolling boil with a charity tourney pitting all four teams against each other in single elimination, single half bouts.
The Second Wind faced off against the Bleeding Heartland Rollergirls Flatliners on Saturday at the UIC Pavilion in what looked like a narrow loss but turned into an exciting come from behind win. Second Wind beat Bleeding Heartland by a final score of 92-87, a very small margin considering Bleeding Heartland played furiously and Second Wind was down their high-flying co-captain, Ska Face.