We all we got; we all we need.

Upcoming travel bouts

Stay tuned for opportunities to travel and support your Mollys!


In the meantime, many Mollys skaters are also appearing in Wave and/or Undertow. Check out their schedules to catch all your favorite Mollys!


Mollys Colors: Purple & Black

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Captains

Brat Capone - 187

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Photo by Retro Lux Photography

LT Stryk-her - 1040

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Photo by Christy Kuna

2019-2020 Skaters

Va Va Boom - 121

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Rebel Scrum - 1977

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Anita Hit Sum One - 420

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Photo by Retro Lux Photography

Bad Astrid - 451

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Holly Busch - 6

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WarrPath - 777

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Datsunami - 78

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Photo by Retro Lux Photography

Hella Gnar - 2222

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Smack n Ginger - 75

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Kenya Hit Me Now - 47

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Photo by Christy Kuna

AKuna Ma Tatas - 1988

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Photo by Chris Kuna

RedZilla - 30

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Love Bug - 3000

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Red Bull Dozer - 334

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Rocky - 0305

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Photo by Christy Kuna

Rat Attack

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Cindyloo SmackYou - 002

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Belle Douleur

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Coaches

Hollywood

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Señor Booty

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In Memoriam

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Heywood (Right) - Mollys Coach & Founder

“Heywood” AKA Ryan Joseph Knueppel, 34, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 7, 2011.

Ryan was born March 9, 1977

Ryan had a great sense of humor, gave the best hugs and touched the lives of everyone he met. He was a world traveler, and following high school graduation he backpacked across Europe for a month with a friend. He lived in many different places, including Minneapolis, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Elk City, Oklahoma. While living in Seattle and Minneapolis he was a Men’s Roller Derby member and also coached Women’s Roller Derby.

Ryan loved spending time at Nanny and Grandpa’s camp on Bass Lake, sitting around the campfire and taking saunas. He enjoyed the outdoors and hiking with his dog, Penny Penny Penny. He was an avid reader and loved reading by the fireplace while smoking his pipe and petting his dog. Ryan enjoyed listening to music, being involved with the local music scene and was a talented acoustic guitar player. He loved public radio and public TV. Ryan was a connoisseur of fine beers and often stated, “life is too short to drink cheap beer.” He also loved motorcycling and gardening.


To this day, the Dockyard Championship Trophy is titled the Ryan "Heywood" Knuple Memorial Trophy, or "The Heywood".

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Rod - Former Mollys Coach

Rod was very well loved, too. He coached for a few years but had a stroke. The Mollys took turns nursing him and helping him- but he ultimately succumbed to his stroke and passed away.


The Mollys again were devastated. They all loved Rod so so much.

This is why Mollys say, “In Rod we trust”

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Thank you both for your leadership and love. We miss you still.

Marauding Molly Sponsors

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