Keystone State Rollin’ Renegades kicked off the new year with a win at the Hamburg Fieldhouse defeating 7 Hills with a score of 194-121 on Saturday night, Jan. 18, as roller derby returned to Hamburg during “Happy Bruise Year!”
The home team, KSRR, held the lead for most of the night much to the delight of the fans including a group decked out in crowns for skater King Quad. Fans lined the bleachers and even sat in the seats around corners two and three which usually see the most action including a few skaters going into the seats throughout the night. Fans loudly cheered for the home team and chanted out the names of their favorite skaters as they enjoyed the first match of 2014.
The young fans were having a blast with balloons and other goodies as they cheered on their favorites and ran around the venue with friends. They were even able to speak with their favorite skaters and use the program to get autographs. A few of the younger fans even brought their own skates and were skating around outside of the track.
Live music, food, refreshments, Girl Scout cookies and merchandise were available at the event.
Orangutang, a high energy hard rock power trio with a twist of funk with grooves around every turn, provided the live music during the night.
An after party was held at The Westy Bar & Grill.
The Keystone State Rollin’ Renegades return to the Hamburg Fieldhouse again Feb. 16.