Hellions of Troy to throw down in Frear Park

hellions logoThe Hellions of Troy roller derby league announced today that they'll be derbying in Frear Park hockey facility in Troy this summer.

The Hellions' first bout will be a "Who's Your Momma?" matchup against The Utica Roller Girls May 9. The full season schedule is after the jump.

Saturday, May 9 vs. The Utica Rollergirls

Saturday, June 6 vs. Assault City Roller Derby (Syracuse)

Saturday, June 20 vs. Eastern PA Crushbunnies

Saturday, July 18 vs. The Slaughter Daughters (Ottawa)

Saturday, August 15 vs. Coal City Roller Derby (Wilkes-Barre, PA)

Saturday, September 19 vs. The Montreal Sexpos

All bouts start at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door ($3 for kids).

The area's other roller derby league, the Albany All Stars, is back in action April 18th with a bout vs the ManchVegas Roller Girls.

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Albany's next game isn't going to have any of the Empire Skate Troopers. It's going to be all brand new girls! I hope they start a fight and maybe break more noses! YEAH!

Nice. The Hellions are also throwing a rummage sale on April 4:

http://blogs.timesunion.com/simplerliving/?p=6845

Everything will be 50 cents, and the proceeds will go to charity.

Ooh. First bout for the Hellions same day as the Tulip Fest? That's going to be rough to draw people.

It kinda looks like the girl in that logo is about to poop.

And is making sure everybody knows where it's going to come from.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Great bunch of skaters and alot of class.Glad to see you down in the Troy area at last.See you next bout.

Thank you for the coverage and the nice words. Although I am having trouble with the pooping reference. I haven't ever pooped in that position but I sure as hell have come like that many times. I can't say that one couldn't do so but it does not seem a conducive position for elimination.

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