Articles Tagged "Hoosier Mama"
Devout derby fans can pick up quickly on the fundamentals of following the game. Power jams, three-walls, back blocks, and jam clocks circle the mind of the enthusiast as easily as they roll off the tongue. But do we know why our favorite players wear the numbers they wear? We asked some of the Windy City All-Stars how they picked their numbers and why they wear them. Most of the All-Stars told us that their squad numbers were “not too exciting,” but we found that more often than not, there’s an ...
A lot of work and support goes into the "movie magic" behind the Windy City Rollers promo videos you've come to know and love this year. Thanks to writer and director Ernest "Awesome Video Dude" Ochoa, LAB3 Inc., and friends of the league and pro video production studio Kinowerks, some of the WCR All-Stars will be featured in the next promo video, coming soon to a YouTube near you!
In their last home bout of the season, the Windy City All-Stars dropped the NRG Tornado Sirens with a 238-118 victory at the UIC Pavilion on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. There was nothing stopping the freight train that is the Windy City Rollers once the ladies in black started laying the tracks.
Denver’s Mile High Club, the currently ranked #2 in the world, touched down in Chicago Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012 to take on the Windy City All-Stars at UIC Pavilion, an encounter that saw plenty of bumps and bruises.
The first of two afternoon playoff bouts on Mother’s Day kicked off at 3pm as the Double Crossers faced the undefeated Manic Attackers. Windy City All-Star veterans Hoosier Mama and Varla Vendetta joined the Crossers’ squad as guests in addition to Dame Over, Indycent, and co-captain Joanie Utah, all of whom made a return to the roster.
The night’s first bout profiled some interesting surprises with Public Enemy Number One, Val Capone suiting up as a Hell’s Belle and donning the number 89 saying, “If I’m not red, I’m dead.” With that, the Double Crossers had a big money line up of All-Stars including Hoosier Mama, Ol' Drrrty Go-Go, and Varla Vendetta. The Double Crossers won the bout with a score of 115-107 but forfeit the win because they were allowed to substitute All-Stars for their injured players. At the end of the bout, the Hell’s Belles took ...
Find out how hometown love and a panini powered MVP Hoosier Mama in the WCR All-Stars vs. Naptown Tornado Sirens bout on March 31, 2012.
The Naptown Roller Girls’ Tornado Sirens looked to snap the WCR All-Stars winning streak on March 31, 2012 at the UIC Pavilion, but fell short losing 187-69 in a bout where they were out matched and out gunned. The WCR All-Stars regional winning streak is now 24 games, and they are still undefeated in the North Central Region. They have never lost to another North Central team since the region was formed for the 2009 season. The WCR All-Stars have had their fair share of close games within the region, ...
Player of the Game: Hoosier Mama
This week, CBS Chicago captured the hard-fought Hell's Belles win against The Fury at the Feb 11th bout. Meanwhile, Chicago Live! threw the spotlight on the Windy City Rollers and featured two of everyone's favorite All-Stars, Bork Bork Bork and Hoosier Mama.