Articles Tagged "Zombea Arthur"

Posted May 10th, 2013

Saturday night the Manic Attackers met the Hell's Belles for the second time in two weeks, with the prize for this bout being a trip to the Ivy King Cup championship in June. Just the same as a fortnight ago, the Manics were victorious with a 227-122 win.
The Belles broke out of Jam 1 with a 15-0 lead thanks to Zombea Arthur and held onto their lead 22-18 by Jam 3 after Ying O'Fire slugged back 15 points, and Tamikaze jammed for three points in the third. A jam later, Thievin' ...

Posted April 12th, 2013

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.

Posted March 5th, 2013

Friday, March 1, 2013 matched up The Fury, currently undefeated in 2013, against the Hell's Belles, a team also undefeated in the regular season, with their sights set on first place. But the Belles may have wondered what hit them in the opening jams of this contentious bout; one in which the Belles had to battle back with the same hard physicality dished out on them by the fierce brass knuckles.

Posted February 19th, 2013

Co-captaining an up-and-coming squad is no easy task, but The Hell’s Belles are looking solid this season thanks to some veteran wisdom from Deb Autry. The quintessential quiet professional, Deb is working hand in hand with Zombea Arthur to bring a championship win back to the Belles and set a precedent for seasons to come.

Posted January 25th, 2013

This week, Chicago Now previews the talent of the four fearsome home teams, while Time Out Chicago and Chicago3Media get us pumped for the Charity Round Robin season opener.
Meanwhile, Men's Health reveals AliSin Chains' off-skates sports obsession , Dnainfo shows us why Outlaw Ferrel is a hero on and off the track, and Chicago Reader and Alarm Magazine chat with Moby Nipps and Sargentina about maimed fingers and beefy thighs.

Posted January 21st, 2013

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!

Posted January 15th, 2013

Last weekend the Windy City Rollers hosted their annual Black and Blue Ball to celebrate a great 2012 season and award the stand-out players. Congratulations to everyone who was recognized! We expect extraordinary things for the upcoming season!

Posted August 27th, 2012

The Saturday night of Aug 25, 2012 was a spine-tingling evening to watch roller derby at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. The Windy City’s B team, Second Wind, took on the Denver Roller Dolls’ Bruising Altitude. Bruising Altitude was a strong team to contend with and the Second Wind met them toe stop to toe stop at every jam. This was a game full of scrum starts, with packs and jammers all compressed together at the jam line. The jammers had their work cut out for them, as they had ...

Posted May 16th, 2012

Mothers Day 2012 seemed more like a heated sibling rivalry as the Hell’s Belles took on Windy City Rollers 2011 defending champs, The Fury, at the UIC Pavilion on Sunday, March 13, 2012.

Posted April 25th, 2012

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 ...

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