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About Us...
The Slaughter County Roller Vixens are a league dedicated to advancing the sport of Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby. We are located in Kitsap County WA, but why do we call ourselves Slaughter County?

In the late 1850's the area known today as Kitsap County was part of both King and Jefferson County.  The area was rapidly growing as the hub of industrial activity due in no small part to its five lumber mills.  Of King County’s 238 voters, 139 were living on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Lt. Slaughter and his wife
Lt Slaughter and his wife Mary
A county seat was needed on the peninsula since that was where the majority of the population was located. So a new county was created called Slaughter, commemorating Lt. William Alloway Slaughter who had been killed in a Native American skirmish near Auburn. Slaughter County was born on January 16, 1857.

Although the original county name was quickly changed the spirit of this tough soldier in the northwestern wilderness still lives on in the hearts of the girls who gear up and do battle out on the flat track. To watch the continuing history of the Slaughter County Roller Vixens unfold before your very eyes head on over to the events page to check out what's been going on and what's planned for the future.