Palouse River Rampage was established in 2016 as the Palouse River Rollers B-level developing team. Rampage is made up of a mixed level of skaters, including those brand new and having just passed their minimum skills requirements. Rampage focuses on developing strategy, working as a team, and advancing individual skills to prepare for All Star level game play. See Rampage game history through Flat Track Stats! The 2019 Rampage team is coached by Joey Rotten and Weird Al.
2019 RAMPAGE SCHEDULE
March 23: Rodeo City @ HOME
April 6: Atomic City
May 11: Lilac Yetis
June 1: Big Mountain Misfits
June 15: Couer D'Alene @ HOME
See schedule details here
2019 FEATURED SKATERS:
IN DA HOOD #11
NAME: In Da Hood #11
POSITION: I'm usually a pivot so mostly blocking but occasionally jamming.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING? I started skating in September of 2014 as a junior skater for the Wheat Whackers until I was old enough to join PRR at the end of 2017!
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT ROLLER DEBRY? I really like the fact that basically any body type is useful in the roller derby. In many sports it's better to be tall, or big, but you can be any size and height and be a beast on the track.
WHAT DO YOU DO OUTSIDE OF ROLLER DERBY? I spend most of my time with my dog, two cats, and bird at home.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT PRR? I love how competitive PRR is as a cohesive unit. We all have to commit ourselves at practice in order to be as strong as we are together.
WHAT DO YOU LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2019? I'm really looking forward to compete against teams that I played last season. I enjoy seeing the growth and modifications in strategy being used in actual gameplay.
LADY MCDEATH #13
NAME: Lady McDeath #13
POSITION: Mostly blocker, although I like to try to do everything
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING? I started in August 2014
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT ROLLER DEBRY? I would have to say the inclusivity and empowering environment derby creates for people. Derby recognizes the value of each and every person as well as body style. There’s never a “you’re too this” or “not blank enough” to play derby or a certain position. The empowerment is incredible. I’ve played sports my whole life and derby was the first one where my teammates highly celebrate small victories for me and tell me I can do all the things.
WHAT DO YOU DO OUTSIDE OF ROLLER DERBY? Sometimes I forget there is life outside of derby. I mostly cross-train in the form of powerlifting, read psychology books, and hang out with people. My day job is mental health counseling and I love it.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT PRR? The dedication to competitiveness and refinement of skills most definitively. I’m a person who is always looking for the growth edge and wanting to do more. So it helps having a team that facilitates that.
WHAT DO YOU LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2019? Tournaments. I’m a sucker for tournaments and have loved any athletic tournaments since I was a kid