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Mid-State Sisters of Skate roller derby league in peril (with video)

As first sanctioned bout approaches, still no offers for new practice space

8:26 PM, Aug. 15, 2013
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The women decked out in spandex tights, neon-colored shorts, skateboarder-style helmets and knee pads roller-skating at the Arnott Lions Park on Tuesday night likely had two things on their minds.

The first was that after two years developing a roller derby league of their own, the Mid-State Sisters of Skate are less than a week away from their first Wisconsin Flat Track Derby Association-sanctioned bout. Entering the league allows the team to earn points and ranking, leading to a higher level of competition.

The second: The team's summer practice space at the Lions Park soon will become ...

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