The Cincinnati Rollergirls swept their second double-header of the season on April 9, defeating both the Gem City Rollergirls of Dayton and the Fort Wayne Derby Girls before a roaring crowd of 2,728 fans.

In the 40-minute opening game, the Cincinnati Rollergirls’ JV squad, the Silent Lambs, beat the Gem City Rollergirls 91-70, after tying the score early in the game and leading by just 6 points at halftime. According to preliminary stats, Nastee (pictured) was the high-scoring jammer for the Lambs with 51 points, Hop Devil scored 35 and Polly Rocket added 5. Racey Rocker racked up 34 of Gem City’s points, Supersonic scored 18, Rage-L chipped in 14 and Dizzy Queen put up 4.
In main event, Cincinnati’s Black Sheep maintained a solid lead for the entire 60-minute game to fight off Fort Wayne 187-105. K. Lethal—who broke a skate truck and lost a wheel in the second half and laced up a teammate’s skate to finish the game with a mismatched set—led the Sheep jammers with 88 points; Hannah Ouchocinco helped out with 52 points; and Wheezy scored 47. Majestic managed more than half of Fort Wayne’s points, 58; Pushy Cat put up 23; R.I.P. Tide scored 16; and Enya Grave added 8.
Miss the game? Watch archived footage on CRG’s Ustream channel or replay the archived textcast.
Cincinnati takes to the track again on April 17, when the Black Sheep battle the Texas Rollergirls in Austin. The next home double-header at the Cincinnati Rollergirls is April 30 vs. the Naptown Roller Girls.
Ticket Information
Cincinnati Rollergirls tickets are $10 for adult general admission seating, $15 for trackside seating (18 and older), $5 for kids 7-12 and free for kids 6 and younger in advance through the Cincinnati Gardens box office (open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday), at all Ticketmaster outlets including select Kroger stores, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 or online at Ticket prices increase at the door to $12 for adult general admission seating, $17 for trackside seating and $6 for kids 7-12. Parking is free, tailgating is encouraged and beer is just $1 during happy hour. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the first game starts at 7 p.m.