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Sac City Rollers: Star-Spangled Splatter (photo essay)

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The Sac City Rollers (SCR), Sacramento’s first all-women’s flat-track roller derby league, hosted Antioch’s Undead Bettys Saturday night at Foothill Skate Inn in Sacramento. The bout, billed as the Star-Spangled Splatter!, featured the Sac City Rollers’ Capital Punishers team. The Punishers won the bout 234-103.

SCR jammer Quick-Fire (69), blazes her way around the track
SCR Skater of the Month Blue-Eyed Monster (16) runs the flag around the track during the National Anthem
Undead Bettys (L to R) Luna Tix (H8RX), Sew Evil (31) & Lethal Limey (14)
SCR jam Coach Annie Reksic writes Red TornadHO’s number (1013) before the bout
SCR announcer and Bad Apples coach Nikki Nightmare keeps dry outside with some fans before the bout

The Sac City Rollers league was established in January 2006 and includes over 100 active skaters. The league consists of traveling interleague teams the Capital Punishers and the Folsom Prison Bruisers, intraleague teams the Sweaty Betties and Rude Girls, and the Junior Derby League for girls ages 10 to 17. The Bad Apples held a halftime scrimmage at this bout.

SCR fundraising chair Bitch-Slap Betty, in red, white and blue AND orange, for SCR’s Star-Spangled Splatter!
jammer from the Bad Apples, SCR’s Junior Derby team
Bad Apples jammer Lou Raw

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