Kutta Betch #187
Joined Season 8 – December 2011
Transferred from Bellingham Roller Betties
Favorite Position: Jammer, Blocker, Coach, Skater, even the Penalty Box. I like it ALL.
Likes: Winning, Learning from defeat, Training, Destroying Jammer’s souls, Protecting my point.
Dislikes: Betches, Dull blades, Dull people, OSIS & RAWK and Out of Play calls — Come on Ref, that was 18 feet!!
Injuries: Separated Shoulders, Torn ATF Ligament, and the standard Velcro burns and bruises.
Motto: I work hard because I’ve worked hard to get here.
Favorite Music: Any decade, any genre, as long as it has a good beat.
Favorite Drink: Pink Lemonade Kool-aid.
2012 RCRG Highest Lead Jammer — 70%
2012 GD Most Fearless Jammer
Bio: Playing sports her entire life, derby was a natural transition — as she was getting a little bit older and a little more jaded, Kutta needed a better outlet to her aggression than running after a ball. After hearing one Saturday about a derby team near her place of residence, the very next Tuesday she was standing rink side staring at future teammates. One try-out later, she was drafted onto a home team and started skating for the first time in her life. The following season she was traveling all over the Western Region competing with the BRB All-Stars. After her second season with the Bellingham Roller Betties, she retired from derby as her life and zip code were changing.
Kutta thought her derby days were over, but after settling down in Seattle, she grew restless again and hungered for one more hit. After a few quick emails, she was standing track side again, but this time at the Rat’s nest. After lacing up her skates and showing RCRG what she had to offer, Grave Danger swiftly picked her up and started training her to be a dangerous competitor. A competitor that is not known for her hugs, but more for her aggression and cutthroat attitude on the track. (Although, if you ask nicely — she will ALWAYS hug you …but only OFF the track!!)
She loves all things training and wants to pass on everything she’s learned and then some to the next generation of derby; as she coaches Seattle’s select junior roller derby team, the I-5 Rollergirls.