AB: Well deserved! Congratulations, Blazed! BC:Thank you all very much. I am honestly quite shocked.
AB: When did you join our league and what brought you in? BC: I first put on a pair of skates last July and I've been hooked ever since. I really just started because Peg Leg Meg had started and mentioned that men also play derby. I really do love anything with wheels so i thought why not give it a try.
AB: You are the Moonshine Maidens coach/bench coach, what's that job like? BC: So far it has been an amazing learning experience. I am still very much learning as i go but with such an incredible team to offer so much knowledge and inspiration and spRAWkit taking me under his wing, it has been the most rewarding things i have ever done.
AB: Although we are around the midway point. what are you looking forward to for our 2015 season? BC: So far i have loved watching the Moonshine Maidens grow together as a team on and off the track and i really look forward to continue watching this incredible growth happen.
AB: We have a Co-Ed B&W coming up on September 12th (Day of Debauchery). How stoked are you to get to play some derby on the island? BC: I am absolutely beyond stoked. For spRAWkit and myself, these opportunities do not happen very often at all. Being able to play on the island with some of the very same people we coach and skate with will personally mean a lot to me.
AB: Do you have a jamming or blocking preference?
BC: Nope. I just want to play and i am willing to do whatever it takes to do that.
AB: What skating skills are you working on and what challenges have you faced in your 1st season of roller derby? BC: I am always working on all of my skills as there is ALWAYS more to learn. I think my biggest challenge is just learning all the rules, penalties, and just the game in general. There is soo much to learn but it will come with time and experience.
AB: What kind of developments have you seen with our league and/or teams in this current season? BC: I have seen so much individual growth in so many players in our entire league. I can't even explain how great it feels to watch people growth and overcome their own personal goals.
AB: We are just about a month away from our next Learn to Skate Program, is there any advice or words of warning you could share to new recruits? BC: My biggest piece of advice is to always push yourself outside your comfort zone. You will be amazed at what you can do and accomplish if you're willing to do this.
AB: Is it true that your goatee makes you skate faster? BC: No that's not true at all. It just makes me feel pretty.