Save the Date!
Juneau Rollergirls has a lot of exciting events coming up, so mark your calendars!
- February 27 & 28: Wild West Showdown Tournament
Juneau Rollergirls play in Bremerton, WA!
- February 8 to April 19: Intro to Skating & Roller Derby 101
Community Schools classes – register online now.
- March 6: Fill the Boot Fundraiser
We are in a Skate of Emergency – help us raise money to purchase a sport court!
- May 15 & 16: United We Roll Tournament
Juneau Rollergirls play in Fairbanks, AK!
LegiSkative Session: #AKderby Mash-up
Filibusters vs Law & Disorder
Juneau Rollergirls hosted a live roller derby game on Saturday February 21, 2015 at Centennial Hall! Thank you to all our fans, volunteers and supporters for coming out for the bout! Congratulations to the Filibusters on their hard-earned win!
Final Score: Filibusters 210, Law & Disorder 167
Filibusters MVPs: Titan Young #25 (Jammer) & Just Julie #11 (Blocker)
Law & Disorder MVPs: April Mayhem #420 (Jammer), T #99 (Blocker)
Juneau Rule Keepers MVP: Yosemite Slam
Team Law & Disorder was supplemented by a guest skater from the Petersburg Ragnarok Rollers… Pink Slammin #00! Guest Referees Brohican (Rage City Rollergirls) and Dilli Gaf (Sitka Sound Slayers) joined in the fun, too! Our thanks to the roller derby community for all your support!
Special guest and Juneau Police Department Chief, Bryce Johnson helped kick off the Skate of Emergency fundraising campaign for a sport court and rallied the is issuing an invitation to participate in Juneau’s Take Back the Night event, April 1, 2015.
Juneau Rollergirls is pleased to announce that a portion of the proceeds from this event will go to support school breakfast programs. Thank you for helping us raise money for this cause!
A Nightmare on Egan Street: #AKderby Mash-up
Wolf Pack vs Body Snatchers
Wow! What a great way to kick off our fourth season of roller derby in Juneau! The Wolf Pack and Body Snatchers proved to be well-matched opponents in a night of score turnovers, hard hits and fearless jamming. Congratulations to the Body Snatchers on their hard-earned win!
Final Score: Wolf Pack 178, Body Snatcher 185
Body Snatchers MVPs: Rolyn Marvel #13 (Jammer) & Titan Young #25 (Blocker)
Wolf Pack MVPs: Chuckles Norris #574 (Jammer), Kaili Woyote #C4 (Blocker)
Derby love to all our fans, sponsors, volunteers and everyone else who made Nightmare on Egan Street a night to remember! Special thanks to our guest players and officials from Yukon Roller Girls, Boom Town Derby Dames (BTDD) and Sitka Sound Slayers for joining us for our Season 4 Opener!
Juneau Rollergirls is pleased to announce that 5% of the proceeds from this event were donated to a local non-profit organization, Haven House. Thank you for helping us raise $350 for this cause!
Missed the game? Watch it on Rollergirls Alaska:
Our thanks for 360 North for broadcasting, livestreaming and archiving our games.
Season 4 Travel Schedule
- September 13 & 14: Northwest Derby Summit – Tacoma, WA
- February 27 & 28: Wild West Showdown – Bremerton, WA
- May 16 & 17: United We Roll Tournament – Fairbanks, AK
- Stay tuned for other dates and announcements!
Interested in becoming part of Juneau Rollergirls?
- Contact Hot Damn and T with the Recruitment Committee to learn more about opportunities to get involved with the league as a skater, official or volunteer.
Questions? Contact us!
Juneau Rollergirls, Inc operates as a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the development of amateur athletes for local, national and international roller derby competition.
Juneau Rollergirls is a competitive women’s flat track roller derby league. Our community seeks to foster and promote athleticism, strength, and empowerment among our membership.
Our league actively promotes, and sustains an environment that fosters strength, courage, vitality, and the empowerment of women in the sport of roller derby. Each member of the league shall be challenged and supported in the pursuit of personal growth in and through the sport. Specifically, the corporation promotes and fosters among its participants the development of the skills necessary to participate in local, regional, national, and international competitions. The organization is operated as a nonprofit corporation and engages in outreach through the support of local charities.