Today's Deal: Buy 1 Ticket, Get 1 FREE to the Platte Valley Roller Vixens

Platte Valley Roller Vixens
Buy 1 Ticket, Get 1 FREE to the Platte Valley Roller Vixens
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Come cheer on the Platte Valley Roller Vixens at their
home bout against Heartland Hellcats of North Platte!

February 13th • Fonner Park Swine Arena• 7:00 pm

Roller derby is an amazing, athletic, action-packed game on wheels, played on an oval track by two opposing teams, each ultimately trying to outscore the other with as many points as possible to win! However, it’s not just a race. It’s a “bout”, where each team is not only trying to score, but doing everything they can to keep the opposing team from scoring.

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Expiration Date: February 13, 2016

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About Platte Valley Roller Vixens

Click here for more details. In women’s flat track roller derby, each bout is played for 60 minutes, in two 30-minute periods, by a pack of skaters on quad roller skates. A “pack” is the largest group of skaters on the track that includes blockers from both teams, skating in-bounds within 10 feet of each other, usually much closer. Each period is comprised of a number of “jams”, in which each team fields five skaters: four blockers and one jammer.

The “jammer” – the one wearing the star helmet cover – is the point scorer, scoring one point for each opposing player she laps legally. The “blockers”, including the “pivot” – the blocker wearing the striped helmet cover work inside the pack, both offensively to help their jammer score, and defensively to keep the opposing jammer from scoring. Blockers do this by blocking opponents, assisting their jammer, changing the pace of the pack, and executing detailed strategies to better their chances.

Each “jam” is played for two minutes, or until it is called off by the lead jammer, by repeatedly tapping her hands against her hips requesting the jam to be called.

A jammer may call of a jam to keep the other team from scoring, if there is no point in racing a fast pack, if the jammer is exhausted or injured, to extend the period with a subsequent jam or kill time on the period clock to prevent another jam from starting, or a variety of other strategic reasons.

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Platte Valley Roller Vixens
Platte Valley Roller Vixens 700 E Stolley Park Rd
Grand Island, Nebraska, 68801, US Phone: (308)249-3208 Get Directions
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