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Photo: Spokarnage competitors don’t just skate by

Ready to roll: Sachi “Cheapskate” Murphy-Sanford, Amber “Chaos Reigns” Williams and Morgan “Heck No Techno” Sherwood, of the Spokane Lilac City Roller Girls, watch the Spokane Valley Spokannibals battle the Great Falls Electric City Roller GrrrlZ on Friday, the first day of the Spokarnage Roller Derby Tournament. The tournament goes through Sunday with 20 teams on two tracks at the Spokane Convention Center. (Tyler Tjomsland)
Ready to roll: Sachi “Cheapskate” Murphy-Sanford, Amber “Chaos Reigns” Williams and Morgan “Heck No Techno” Sherwood, of the Spokane Lilac City Roller Girls, watch the Spokane Valley Spokannibals battle the Great Falls Electric City Roller GrrrlZ on Friday, the first day of the Spokarnage Roller Derby Tournament. The tournament goes through Sunday with 20 teams on two tracks at the Spokane Convention Center. (Tyler Tjomsland)
Ready to roll: Sachi “Cheapskate” Murphy-Sanford, Amber “Chaos Reigns” Williams and Morgan “Heck No Techno” Sherwood, of the Spokane Lilac City Roller Girls, watch the Spokane Valley Spokannibals battle the Great Falls Electric City Roller GrrrlZ on Friday, the first day of the Spokarnage Roller Derby Tournament. The tournament goes through Sunday with 20 teams on two tracks at the Spokane Convention Center.
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