Betty has made daily correspondence in our group messages as well as bench side at practices and scrimmages fun with a great deal of energy. Her witty sense of humor and silliness has set the tone of how much we can enjoy time together and allows everyone to participate in good times. However, while silly on the sideline or in a social setting, beware for her on the track because she has no problem dropping her shoulder into you to obtain lead jammer.
A force to be reckoned with, Betty loves to jam and takes the track in a fierce four wall with her home team, Sugar Kill Gang. Welcome to RMRG, Betty, we are happy you are here and to recognize you for being February’s Skater of the Month!
In the months since her injury, Coyote has been hard at work, seemingly rehabilitating in record time. But she hasn’t just been working hard in the gym — she’s also been working hard for RMRG. As a member of our training committee, Coyote has been helping to set the tone for the 2017 season, even running practices despite not being able to skate yet, and helping out wherever she can. She’s heavily involved in other committees as well, taking on a new role as one of Rocky Mountain’s WFTDA league reps and helping to set the rosters for our 2017 travel teams as a member of our Evaluation Committee.
In addition to doing countless things for the adult skaters at Rocky Mountain, Coyote finds time to serve as the Head Coach and Trainer for the Rocky Mountain Rollerpunks — a job that she clearly loves, despite the 7:00 AM practice time!
We can’t thank you enough for all that you do, Coyote. And we can’t wait to see you back on the track…no doubt sooner than anyone would have expected!