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Wednesday 01st of October 2014

Rage City All*Stars vs San Fernando Valley Roller Derby Print




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The Rage City Rollergirls kick off their seventh season with the All Stars rattling ribs when they take on San Fernando Valley Roller Derby of California on Saturday, Oct. 11 at the AT&T Sports Pavilion. Doors open at 8 p.m., wheels roll at 8:30 p.m. in the first game of the season – the Rolling Horror Hitting Show

Rage City’s All Stars just came off a pivotal win over Mother State Roller Derby last season and are on a quest for the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association Division 2 playoffs.

Why drive when you can leave your ride at the Peanut Farm and catch the Shuttle to and from the game? After the Rolling Horror Hitting Show, join us for the after party at The Peanut Farm and dance the night away. 

 
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General Admission: $50 Adult
General Admission: $20 Children (ages 3-11)
Reserved Seating: $80 Adult
Reserved Seating: $20 Children (ages 3-11)

All events will be at the AT&T Sports Pavilion:
11051 O'Malley Centre Dr
Anchorage, AK  99515
 

Please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with any questions or comments.  We value our season ticket holders and look forward to welcoming you to Rage City's seventh competitive season.

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Member of the Year

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Professor D
Dean is dedicated, he lives for derby. He is irreplaceable and typically has better attendance than the skaters. 
His passion for derby is contagious. One bout sitting next to him while he is running the penalty box can completely rejuvenate a girl's love of derby. 
Professor D's dedication to roller derby and our teams has improved our league's skill base and strategy knowledge.
Between the games he announces at a national level and the work he does locally with our league (bench managing, coaching and announcing) he does more research and more derby homework than anyone we know. Dean is different.  He doesn't want to own anyone but he wants Rage City to not only survive but grow and be the best it can be.  He is always thinking outside the box to make things happen and going above and beyond his call of duty to include using his miles to buy a skater a later ticket so she can play in one more game, helping a derby girl in trouble find a decent lawyer, lend the use of his tux to a derby girl no questions asked and he always has a pretty awesome pocket knife.  

Dean rocks the bench and he rocks in a tux.  

Professor D is always there, answers our questions, is passionate about derby and gives good honest feedback when asked.

Rage City's Member of the Year : Professor D. 

Photo by Dave Bedard of Flat Track Photography


DIC of the Year

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Brohican
Bro is the real deal. He knows the rules and if he doesn't have the right answer he finds it.
Brohican is patient, hilarious, has  a way with words and is always fair. He's a solid DIC with the best interest of derby here in Alaska at heart. We applaud his ability to make calls and be able to back them up. Bro has a calm manner and doesn't SEEM to get very upset.  He puts up with 60 some rollergirls and handles us with firm strong hands.

He washed his gear before we left for Texas.  Which in itself should say something. Bro rocks! He even has fans....

Rage City's DIC of the Year (three years running!) : Brohican 

Photo by Rick Schleyer of Freeze Frame Photography 

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