The next game in Casper’s Deadly Ghost’s season is Saturday, November 22nd. The team is excited to present a game with teams mixed from all over Wyoming, Colorado and Montana! It is a perfect chance for fans to see higher level derby at it’s best. Casper’s Deadly Ghosts is also excited to be featuring many Wyoming State All Star nominees and winners including the Wyoming State MVP, Hir Majestie.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m., with the bout will beginning at 7:00 p.m. The event will be held at the Fairgrounds Industrial Building in Casper, Wyoming.

The pre-sale ticket price is $10 or tickets can be purchased for $12 online or at the door. Children 10 and under are free. Tickets are available now and can be purchased in advance from caspersdeadlyghosts.org, Derby Boutique, Sonic Rainbow, Shade Tree, Bliss Yogurt, Dave’s Darts and Billiards, or from your favorite roller girl.

Casper’s Deadly Ghosts are also excited to build excitement for the game of roller derby by introducing the ladies who play and talk about what they do outside of roller derby.

“Roller derby has typically had a reputation of rowdy girls who don’t do much but bash into each other. In reality, women who play roller derby are extremely active in their communities. We have ladies with Master’s degrees, nurses, teachers, government employees, legal administrators, police officers, professional counselors, neurophysiologists, and women who stay home to raise their children” says Maiden Payne, a Nationally Board certified middle school teacher in the district. “The thing that amazes me the most is we come to practice to participate in this difficult sport after working long days in each of our professions. On top of it, many of these women participate in the league structure, operating on the board of directors for the team and in the different community events. Roller derby is like another full time job on top of work and family commitments. However, every women involved in roller derby wouldn’t have it any other way. CDG is really hoping to get the community to come out to see the amazing women who play this sport and to see the amazing players from all around who will be here.”