Bout Recap: 3.8.19 Lowcountry Highrollers Allstars v. Oklahoma Tornado Alley

What. A. Game.

Last Friday, the Allstars participated in the March Badness Tournament hosted by Columbia Junior Rollers.

We were matched up against Oklahoma Victory Dolls’ (79 as of Feb 28, 2019) Tornado Alley their traveling B-team. After being the projected underdog, we left the half  at 98-78, Tornado Alley.

The 2nd half is where things got intense. The Allstars pulled the spread to a tie game for a few jams and gained the lead! After a few lead changes, leaving everyone biting their nails, Tornado Alley ultimately took the win with 181-171.

It was a fight to the end on both sides. Some big hits and big apex jumps were witnessed by both sides and it was surely an amazing game to see.

Your Lowcountry MVP Jammer was awarded to Waffle Stomp-her and your MVP Blocker was Doutaz Mania!

Check out bout photos posted on Facebook by Derby Pics by Phil!

Four-Leaf-Clobber – Lowcountry Highrollers v. Knoxville DOUBLE HEADER

Join us March 23rd at ISOL (3337 Business Circle, North Charleston), for our first Double Header and Allstar Sanction of the season!

The Lowcountry Highrollers Allstars (245) will be taking on Hard Knox Roller Girls (238)

Your Bruisin’ Betties will be taking on HKRG:Brawlers.

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of our first bout held in 2009, our bout themes this season will pay homage to LCHR over the ages.

Our charity this season is the Green Heart Project. The Green Heart Project builds garden-based experiential learning projects and school garden programs to educate students connect people and cultivate community through growing, eating, and celebrating food. Check them out at

Beer and Wine will be available for our adult fans at the game, so please don’t forget to bring your IDs.

In between games, enjoy our entertainment provided by the Rockabilly Salamanders.

Food Truck: Pep Rolls

After the games are over, head over to the afterparty at The Mill for a meet and greet with the skaters! See who was chosen as MVPs for both sides. Enjoy drink specials, just for coming to see us.

Advanced tickets are $10 – get them HERE!
BUY MORE & SAVE $$$ – Buy 10 or more adult tickets and get $2 off each ticket!
Adult tickets are $15 at the door on bout day!
Military ID gets you in for $10!

**A note on parking: we have parking attendants walking around to make sure you are good to go! If you are unsure please ask, they are there to help!

Bout Recap: 2.23.19 Swamp Foxes v. Heartbreakers and FAN SURVEY

Charleston’s Lowcountry Highrollers kicked off the 2019 season with a 10th year anniversary bout! We brought back the original hometeams – The Holy City Heartbreakers and Swamp Fox Militia. Fans began to arrive early at 6pm on February 23rd in order to get the best parking available, as well as get in the concessions line to prepare for the first whistle at 7pm. Thanks to ISOL Soccer for hosting an incredible bout! The Heartbreakers started the game with a few power-jams when the Swamp Fox jammers earned a few track cuts, but the second half of the bout saw a few Heartbreaker jammers in the box as well. The referees and NSO’s did a great job ensuring a fair and safe game. This was a game for the fans to really enjoy, met with multiple lead changes and neck-and-neck scores. At the end of the first half, the Swamp Foxes were up – 117-90. The end of the bout had the official score with Heartbreakers 191 to the Swamp Fox Militia at 199. It was a nail-biter. As always, MVP awards were awarded to Most Valuable Blocker and Most Valuable Jammer on both teams. For the Heartbreakers, the most valuable jammer went to Katalyst, and MVP blocker was Spaghetto Fabulous (an original Heartbreaker!) The awards for the Swamp Fox Militia went to Dottie Demento for MVP Blocker and Lego My Jammer for MVP Jammer. We’d like to thank The Green Heart Project for being our charity, and the refs, NSO’s, and fans who continue to come support The Lowcountry Highrollers.

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**Photos courtesy of the fantastic Brad Morris