2019 Schedule

Mar 9 Home

All-Stars 192 vs. So Del Roller Girls (Dover, DE) 153

Blitz 143 vs. Jersey Shore Roller Girls (Jersey Shore, NJ) 215

Apr 7 AWAY

Blitz 82 vs. Reading B Team (Reading, PA) 238

Apr 13 Home

All-Stars 186 vs. Salisbury All Stars (Salisbury, MD) 244

Blitz 225 vs. Keystone Roller Derby (New Cumberland, PA) 100

Apr 27 Away

All-Stars 191 vs. Jerzey Derby Brigade (Morristown, NJ) 86

Apr 28 Away

Blitz 105 vs. Harrisburg Area Roller Derby (Harrisburg, PA) 194

May 4 Home

All-Stars 167 vs. Assault City Assault Squad (Syracuse, NY) 271

Blitz 181 vs. Assault City Battery Brigade (Syracuse, NY) 264

May 18 Away

All-Stars vs. York City Derby Dames (York, PA)

Jun 1 Away

All-Stars vs. Morgantown Roller Vixens (Morgantown, WV)

Blitz vs. Morgantown Foxfire (Morgantown, WV)

Sep 14 Home

Home Team vs. Black Rose Grime (mixed team) (Hanover, PA)

Mixer Game with Local Skaters

Oct 5 Home

Home Team vs. Bux-Mont Roller Derby Dolls Perkiomen Punishers (Hatfield, PA)

Mixer Game with Local Skaters

Nov 2 Home

Home Team vs. Diamond State Roller Derby (Newark, DE)

Mixer Game with Local Skaters

Blitz Faces Diamond State, Charm City Female Trouble

November 20, 2010

Blitz (218) vs. Diamond State RG (57)
Blitz (123) vs. CCRG Female Trouble (155)

by Josie Cuervo

Blitz Conquer Diamond State, 218-57

LANCASTER, PA -- On Saturday, November 20, 2010 the Dutchland Rollers presented their final derby action of 2010 with a Blitz double header. Two separate Blitz squads were featured, facing off against the Diamond State Rollergirls in game #1 and Charm City Rollergirls’ Female Trouble in game #2. Both teams have shared history with Dutchland having played Diamond State multiple times since 2007; most recently on Diamond State’s home turf back in July with the Blitz winning 126-92. In September 2008, the All-Stars hosted Female Trouble and won 166-60.

The evening began with the first Blitz team in black against Diamond State (DSRG) of Newark, DE. Tonight’s game saw the debut of some new Dutchland skaters including Nelly Hurtado, Leg of Slamb, and Porsche Bloxter. Sadly, it would also be the final game for Blue Scream of Death who is moving to Denver, Colorado and hoping to join the current WFTDA Champions, the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls. The game started out with Slammin’ Shots shutting down Tick Tack Ho from DSRG 2-0. The Blitz would take this small lead as a jumping point for some big numbers in the next few jams. In jam 2, Dani Killiafornia put up 15 unanswered points for the Blitz, followed by Blue Scream in jam 4, who put up 20 more. Using Shots, Dani, and Scream as their primary star rotation for the remainder of the half, the Blitz ended the period strong 123-25.

After a short break, the Blitz took to the floor for the final 30 minutes of the game. The Blitz bench made a few changes to provide some variety on the jammer line including usual blockers Erin Go Braless, Leg of Slamb, Spanish Incollision, and Derby Does Dallas. Even with the roster modification, the Blitz continued to dominate the Diamond State squad. The game ended with Dutchland solidly on top, 218-56. Notably, in her final DDR game, Blue Scream of Death managed to pull off the highest single scoring jam with 26 points and a total of 87 points overall for her team. Scream, along with Collene Oscopy from Diamond State won MVP for their teams.

Blitz Narrowly Defeated by Charm, 123-155

Next up, a second Blitz incarnation, this one in orange, faced off against Female Trouble (FT), the B-team from Baltimore’s Charm City Rollergirls. The second squad also featured new Dutchie blood with the debut of Bad Ash, Lacey Deecee, and Whip Stitch. Charm brought a familiar face to the DDR crowd with ThoroughBled who previously skated for Dutchland and transferred to Baltimore in 2009. The game began with FT’s jammer, Crowella DeVille , picking up 4-0 over Blitz’s Ruthless Ness. FT’s Holden Grudges grabbed 5 points in the next jam, but not before DDR’s Punk Sue Tawney scooped up 4 of her own. By jam 5, Blitz would have a small lead of 16-15 after back to back jams of Skid Ho, Cleaverpatra, and Ness putting up the points. However, FT’s Fistful of Dollhairs earned 9 points in two consecutive jams pulling her team ahead to never look back. The first period ended with FT ahead 95-42.

Period 2 saw some improvements as the Blitz’s defense was able to stall FT’s lead in the first few jams. After a nice 10 points by Punk Sue Tawney in jam 6 the score stood at 104-68. However, just as the Blitz seemed to have gained some momentum, FT’s Crowella answered back with 10 points of her own in the following jam and then another 14 points a few jams later. By jam 10, the Blitz were losing 134-84, and things were looking bleak. However, in their signature Blitz heart attack-style, the ladies in orange put up an impressive 39 points to FT’s 21 over the remainder of the game. While a valiant effort, the clock ran out and the final score stood 155-123 in favor of Charm City’s Female Trouble.

Period 2 saw some improvements as the Blitz’s defense was able to stall FT’s lead in the first few jams. After a nice 10 points by Punk Sue Tawney in jam 6 the score stood at 104-68. However, just as the Blitz seemed to have gained some momentum, FT’s Crowella answered back with 10 points of her own in the following jam and then another 14 points a few jams later. By jam 10, the Blitz were losing 134-84, and things were looking bleak. However, in their signature Blitz heart attack-style, the ladies in orange put up an impressive 39 points to FT’s 21 over the remainder of the game. While a valiant effort, the clock ran out and the final score stood 155-123 in favor of Charm City’s Female Trouble.