Speed, jarring hits, and wild wipe-outs all on tap in a ladies roller derby match in Longview.
It was the first home opener for the Longview Wicked Outlaws ladies roller derby team at Maude Cobb activity center. A big crowd turned out to see the Outlaws host the Wichita Falls Anarchy. Funds raised from this particular match will go to support firefly autism awareness. T
he matches, called 'bouts', are physically demanding on all who play. The Outlaws play a season that lasts until November, with four more home games scheduled for Maude Cobb.
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