Derby Deeds is…
Jason Megatron Burrows
Jason is a healthy, happy boy, who loves roller derby and lives with a dog that doesn’t bite. He’s friends with many rollergirls, but doesn’t let that cloud his judgment. Much…
I’ve been a roller derby fanatic for three years now. I really love it, and I’m excited to see what the future of the sport brings us.
megatron at derbydeeds dot com
Well known and respected in the national derby community, Lulu Lockjaw, lives and breathes derby. She is a founding member of Santa Cruz Derby Girls, and it’s hard to believe when she first started skating her experience was limited to junior high skate parties. Her hard work and devotion has paid off as she’s grown to be one of the most versatile skaters on the track as a quick and agile jammer and clean and solid blocker. She is the captain of the Boardwalk Bombshells, her league’s WFTDA All Star Team and for the last two years she’s earned the title of Bombshell MVP. She has skated with Team Awesome, and continues to fine tune her after party dance skills. Look for this quintessential derby girl on a track near you!
lulu at derbydeeds dot com
Skating since 1974.
Founder of Dry Heat Derby.
Atom Wheels Front Runner.
Co-owner of DerbySupply.net.
Co-owner of the ‘Cirus’ banked track.
International Travel Trainer.
pitchit at derbydeeds dot com
Dumptruck, born Robert Emerson Stroupe II in Hattiesburg, MS; got his start in voice work in Memphis, TN as on air talent for 92.9 WMFS. Known for his deep raspy voice, sense of humor, and willingness to do just about anything, Dumptruck has continued to pop up all over the world. He’s been an announcer for the Denver Roller Dolls, Rocky Mtn. Roller Girls, and other women’s roller derby leagues around the globe for the last 5 years. As of late, he’s become one of the primary broadcasting personalities for Derby New Network and was voted 2010’s #1 roller derby announcer according to it’s readers. What started out as something fun to do has now turned him into an event emcee full time. If there is one person made to emcee live events this is the guy. Dumptruck has even made his way to television. With his event emcee career in full bloom, he’s now pursuing the life of a voice over actor. Keep your ears open, you’ll be hearing more from him soon.
dumptruck at derbydeeds dot com
Co-Founder & Writer…
Matt comes from a traditional sports background having followed the Mariners, Sonics and Seahawks since he was a kid. He takes his inspiration from the likes of such sports broadcasting luminaries as Dan Patrick and Kenny Mayne and it is this pedigree he hopes to bring to bear in relating the sport of roller derby to the uninitiated. He attended his first roller derby bout back in 2005 and has been hooked ever since.
Other than roller derby he enjoys adding to his movie collection (which is fast approaching 1000 titles), is a fixture on the concert scene and is a rabid fan of all things horror who’s helped in organizing a horror convention in Seattle since 2009.
matt at derbydeeds dot com
Regional Corespondents are…
Andi put on her first pair of skates at the tender age of 6 at the Lake Bonavista Skating Club in Calgary, Alberta. After many award winning performances, grueling competitions and countless accolades, she retired from figure skating at the ripe old age of 8. She then fell in with a rough crowd of pre-teens who wasted many hours at Lloyds roller rink and drank too much pop.
Despite some bumps in the road, Andi never lost her love for skating. With no outlet after the death of the stretchy-bike-shorts-and-inline-skates fad, she thankfully discovered roller derby in 2006 and helped start the Terminal City Rollergirls league in Vancouver, BC. Besides serving in the trenches as a veteran blocker, jammer and co-captain of The Faster Pussycats, she is also heavily involved behind the scenes of her home league as the Media Director and occasionally, an in-house announcer. Recently, she founded the British Columbia Roller Derby Association and has some major plans. Major.
andi at derbydeeds dot com
- South Central
kilda at derbydeeds dot com
- North Central
sj at derbydeeds dot com
- East Region
xena at derbydeeds dot com
Derby Deeds was…
What’s to be said about Sheeza Brickhouse? She gets straight to the point!
Sheeza started skating in 2006 with the Bellingham Roller Betties, then after a quick hiatus in Tucson in the fall of 2008 (where she met & bonded with the infamous Pitchit), she made her way to the Rat City Rollergirls. Voted Rookie of the Year her first season with Rat City she also helped start the #2 banked team in the nation, Team Legit. A car accident has taken her out of skating commission until late 2011, but she’s proud to be the head Coach of Rat City’s Rain of Terror, co-Coach (with the one and only Quadzilla) for her home team Grave Danger and Coach of Team Legit.
She may be Derby Deeds alumni now, but there’s STILL no way you can break this Brickhouse down!