Category Archives: Underground Derby League

Friday Scores: Geoducks Volleyball Back on Track; Rollers Roll at Nationals

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College Volleyball

Evergreen 3, Northwest Christian 1 – Box score
Eugene, OR 1 2 3 4
Beacons (1-6 CCC, 3-7 overall) (1) 18 17 25 23
Geoducks (2-4 CCC, 11-8 overall) (3) 25 25 22 25
TESC: Brandee Victorino – 14 kills


Roller Derby

USARS Roller Derby Nationals

Oly Rollers 205, Port City Roller Girls 27
Stockton Arena 1 2 Final
Oly Rollers 101 104 205
Port City 18 9 27
Oly moves on to winners bracket bout vs. Chicago at 11:30 AM

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Chicago Red Hots 172, Underground Derby 18
Stockton Arena 1 2 Final
Underground 11 7 18
Red Hots 73 99 172
UDL moved to loser-out bout

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Port City Roller Girls 262, Underground 36
Stockton Arena 1 2 Final
Underground 15 21 36
Port City 155 107 262
UDL out
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Today (4/20): Underground Easter Derby

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Underground Derby doubleheader – Skateland! – 6:30 PM

Underground Derby hosts their second bout of their season tonight with a doubleheader starting with the UDL All-Stars against the Cast Iron Skaters and continuing with league teams the Bombers vs. the Sirens. Doors open at 6:00 PM with derby action getting underway at 6:30. Tickets are $12 at the door.

Roller Derby News: Oly Releases Schedule; JBLM Relocates to Lacey; M.I.A. Moves In

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The Oly Rollers have posted their 2014 season, highlighted by home bouts against the travel teams from Montreal Roller Derby and St. Louis’ Arch Rivals. They will also travel to the Big O tournament in Eugene, Oregon where they will have the chance to face highly ranked WFTDA teams Rose City, Texas, Philly and Kansas City.

Oly will open their season against the Jet City Hula Honeys on January 18th at Skateland! and will follow that up with a February date with fellow Olympia area MIA Derby. And in April they will face Seattle’s Rainier Roller Girls. According to their website, they also expect to announce more bouts soon.

All of the currently schedule bouts are listed as using the WFTDA rule set and you can expect to see the Cosa Nostra Donnas, the varsity team of the Oly Rollers, qualify for the WFTDA playoffs after not playing enough WFTDA bouts to qualify last season. Oly focused on the USARS rule set last season and were never tested, easily rolling to their second straight USARS national championship.

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Photo from the JBLM Bettie Brigade Facebook page


In other derby news, the JBLM Bettie Brigade and their youth league, the JBLM Bettie Bratz, announced last week that they have moved from their home on the base to a warehouse that they are leasing at 5700 Lacey Boulevard. The warehouse is located on the corner of Lacey Boulevard and Clearbrook Drive and is near Meconi’s, Cheers, Cutters Point Coffee and more and should provide a great location for roller derby fans.

“We are still a military league and we still affiliate with JBLM,” the announcement on their Facebook page read, “however we needed the space to grow and be more accessible to our non-military fans who may have a hard time getting on base for bouts.”

The first event scheduled for the Bettie Bunker is a New Years Day Fundraiser Poker Tournament beginning at 1:00 PM.

Photo from the MIA Derby Girls Facebook page

Photo from the M.I.A. Derby Girls Facebook page


Also moving into the facility will be the M.I.A. Derby Girls. M.I.A. has played their home bouts at the South Sound Sports Center in Tumwater until this season and will now share the Bettie Bunker with JBLM.

The first bout scheduled for the Bettie Bunker in Lacey is on January 18th between facility mates M.I.A. and the Bettie Brigade. For more info, click here.

With the addition of the Bettie Brigade, the Olympia area is now home to four roller derby organizations: the Oly Rollers, Underground Derby, JBLM and M.I.A. Welcome to Derby City USA.

Sunday scoreboard: Oly Rollers take regional title, Underground finishes 4th

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Scoreboard photo from Oly Rollers Facebook page

USARS Region 1 Qualifier
Oly Rollers 119, Antagonist Roller Derby 30
Underground Derby 158, OneWorld 19
Port T’Orchard 177, Underground Derby 36

With their 119-30 win over Antagonist Roller Derby, the Oly Rollers took first place in the USARS Region 1 Qualifier and will move on to nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma beginning on October 25th where they will look to defend their 2012 title.

Underground Derby went 2-2 at regionals, playing four bouts in two days. They took fourth place after knocking off tournament hosts OneWorld 158-19 in the morning game and dropping a 177-36 decision to Port T’Orchard in the afternoon.

Sunday scoreboard: PSCL tourney underway; Tough day for UDL

Puget Sound Collegiate League tournament

Game 1: Olympia Athletics 1, Hawks Prairie Cardinals 0

JJ Nazzaro (Gardner-Webb) homered in the bottom of the fourth inning for the game’s only run.

Game 2: Tumwater Brewers 4, Lacey Saints 1

Brandon Santos (Lower Columbia) gave up just one earned run on five hits in a complete game effort and Spencer Dodd (Saint Martin’s) drove in a pair of runs in the Brewers win.

Game 3: Nisqually Silvers 13, Olympia Athletics 1

Mike McCall (Mount Hood CC) gave up one earned run over 7 1/3 innings and Alex Bielaski (Saint Martin’s) and Jeremy Camacho (River Ridge) each collected three hits and scored five times combined for the Silvers.

Game 4: West Olympia Linx 6, Tumwater Brewers 2

Jordan Higley (Big Bend CC) allowed two earned runs and struck out seven over seven innings to pick up the win for the Linx. Charlie Dietrich (Skagit Valley College) and Austin Baker (Arkansas State) each scored twice in the win.

Game 5: Hawks Prairie Cardinals 9, Lacey Saints 1

The season comes to an end for the Lacey Saints.


Roller Derby

Antagonist Roller Derby 261, Underground Derby League 5
Port T’Orchard 130, Underground Derby League 7

Today (6/2): Capital Stage Race, PSCL baseball; Underground Derby

Cycling

Capital Stage Race, Queen Stage – Rochester Primary School – 9:30 AM

Stage three of the Capital Stage Race is a 90 mile race for category 1, 2 and 3 men riders, a 67 mile race for category 1, 2 and 3 women and a 47 1/2 mile race for every other class that begins at Rochester Primary School at 9:30 AM. The 90 mile race goes all the way to Satsop and back. The men’s and women’s long loops get started at 1:20 PM.


Puget Sound Collegiate League baseball

Olympia Athletics vs. Tumwater Brewers – The RAC – 1:00 PM
Hawks Prairie Cardinals vs. West Olympia Linx – The RAC – 3:30 PM
Lacey Saints vs. Nisqually Silvers – The RAC – 6:00 PM


Roller Derby

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Underground Derby – Skateland! – 6:00 PM

Sunday scoreboard: Oly Rollers dominate One World; Underground falls to Port City

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Oly Rollers USARS 412, One World 1
Port City 196, Underground Derby 55

Today (5/5): Derby day/night doubleheader

Roller Derby

Underground Derby vs. Port City – Skateland! – 9:00 AM
Oly Rollers USARS vs. One World – Skateland! – 6:00 PM

Tonight (3/17): St. Paddy’s Day Pummel roller derby

Here is some late notice on this St. Patrick’s Day roller derby event…

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Today (2/17): Shock play for title; Rise host Japanese squad; Underground Derby love

PASL Northwest championship game

South Sound Shock vs. Kitsap Pumas – Gig Harbor Athletic Club – 1:00 PM

The Tacoma based South Sound Shock, who split their regular season home games between Gig Harbor and Tumwater this season, take on the Kitsap Pumas with an opportunity to head to San Diego to play for the PASL title on the line. You can follow the action on the Oly Sports Twitter feed.


American Basketball Association

Olympia Rise vs. Shizuoka Gymrats – CRC Gymnasium – 4:00 PM

Roller Derby

Underground Derby Battle of Love – Skateland! – 6:00 PM