Congratulations to Jonny Demonic for being the Volunteer/Official of the month!
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Jonny Demonic is an excellent referee and supporter of SVRG.
In addition to volunteering his time being a referee at SVRG bouts and scrimmages, Jonny has been helping to clarify everyone's 50 million questions (for example, regarding multiplayer blocks and impact (especially direction and stop), and has done so with style and grace.
Thank you Jonny Demonic for all that you do for our team!
The KillaBytes had already taken some hits to the roster from Satan’s Kitten’s separated shoulder, Absolutely Scabulous’s recent concussion, and a last-minute work obligation from Catherine Beata Bones, so they were down to 13 for this bout. Spirits were high, though, because the Killas were happy to welcome back former co-captain Steffin’ Razor, whose return from knee surgery had been delayed due to a subsequent concussion. The Killas were also excited to debut a new member, Tennessee Smitan, who graduated from bootcamp this spring and made her first roster.
In true form, SVRG made it rain—literally. A couple of hours before the bout, the skies became overcast, thunder rolled in the distance, and the drizzle began. Normally, this isn’t much an issue for roller derby bouts, but the Tahoe venue was an outdoor rink, placidly set beneath the towering redwoods at ... Read More »
Yes, the SVRG Web Committee has worked long and hard (special thanks to Dorothy Vader and Jonny Demonic) to expand our website to include an interactive forum. You can talk about the Silicon Valley Roller Girls, chat roller derby in general, ask a skater a question, get advice on gear or training, or coordinate bout plans with other fans. Click here to join and start becoming an active member of our online community!
Some of our Silicon Valley Roller Girls, refs, and a derby widow helped sort and assemble food care packages for the needy at Sacred Heart Community Service on Saturday. Satan's Kitten, Mr. Kitten, Broken BabyDoll, Jonny Demonic, and Catherine Beata Bones joined other One Brick volunteers to help package over 1000 bags of food to be distributed in the San Jose area.