May 1st, 2013 by Rock Clobster
On April 27 at the DC Armory, the DC All-Stars (WFTDA 42) hosted the Philly Roller Girls (WFTDA 9) Liberty Belles, returning the favor from last season. When these two teams met last August 11 in Philadelphia, the score was Philly 287, DC All-Stars 103. Although DC jumped out to an early lead, Philly's high-scoring powerjams and formidable defense kept DC from coming back. Read More >>
April 29th, 2013 by Rachel MadHo
Both B teams brought their A game, blockers trading heavy hits and jammers keeping up a blistering pace, but DC could not
contend with Philly’s punishing walls and power jam dominance. Read More >>
April 13th, 2013 by admin
Hey, did it just get a lot more awesome in here? You know it! Fan yourself and breathe deeply as the DC Rollergirls present our newest travel team: THE NATIONAL MAULERS!
The newly formed Maulers will fill the role as a B-level travel team, skating around the region, playing other B Teams from surrounding leagues, and just generally rocking your face off. Read More >>
March 21st, 2013 by Nellie Fly
If we can get to 55% of our warehouse fundraising goal by 4:00PM on March 30, DC All-Star/Majority Whip Frightmare has promised to shave her head! And you know you want to see that.
Why 4:00 p.m. on March 30? Because that's when the DemonCats and Scare Force take to the track at our next double-header at the DC Armory.
Why is Frightmare doing this? Because she is 100% AWESOME.
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February 6th, 2013 by Lady Burn Johnson
The second bout of the evening saw the end of Scare Force One's two-and-a-half-season winning streak come to an end at the hand of the Cherry Blossom Bombshells. Although the Fright Attendants leapt out to a comfortable 57-point lead in the first 10 minutes of the game, the Bombshells spent the rest of the bout patiently erasing it to end on top at 189-171. Read More >>
February 6th, 2013 by Rock Clobster
In the first bout of the day's doubleheader, the DC DemonCats battled the Majority Whips, who were riding high after nearly toppling the Scare Force juggernaut last month-and defeating the 'Cats earlier this season, 176-142. But the 'Cats were hungry to nab their first Season 7 win since edging the Whips in last season's third place game. After the DemonCats came back from a 33-point halftime deficit to trade the lead back and forth several times in the second half, the bout went down to the very last jam. Read More >>
January 16th, 2013 by admin
The DC All-Stars have lined up an action-packed season. Starting with a bout against the Jacksonville Rollergirls on Feb. 9, the DC Rollergirls’ travel team will be playing teams up and down the East Coast throughout the spring. Make sure to check them out when they take on the Philly Rollergirls at home at the DC Armory on April 27. It’s the only time to see the All-Star team in action in DC this spring. Read More >>
January 15th, 2013 by admin
The first bout of the DC Rollergirls’ December 8 doubleheader saw the Cherry Blossom Bombshells facing off against the Majority Whips in what was unarguably the most exciting bout so far of Season 7. The Bombshells gained a sizable lead thanks to a couple of well-played back-to-back jams in the first half, but the Whips spent the rest of the bout chipping away at it, ultimately taking the lead with mere minutes left to play. It all came down to the final jam, where star Bombshell jammer Yankee Scandal brought home the 123-117 victory for her team. Read More >>
December 10th, 2012 by admin
The second bout of December 8’s doubleheader at the DC Armory pitted the DC DemonCats, looking for their first win in Season 7, against Scare Force One, as undefeated in Season 7 as they were for the prior two seasons. While the DemonCats showed early promise in keeping the score low and staying within catch-up distance, several huge powerjams facilitated the Fright Attendants’ climb to a winning altitude from which they would never descend. Read More >>
November 20th, 2012 by Lady Burn Johnson
The first bout of November 17′s double-header at the Dulles SportsPlex was a repeat of last May’s championship, in which Scare Force One handily dispatched the Cherry Blossom Bombshells by 124 points. While this meeting at first looked to be anyone’s game with an opening run of neck-and-neck jammer races, the bout was ultimately won (and lost) on some major powerjams, where a combination of skill and luck sent Scare Force home with the 285-142 victory. Read More >>