We're so sad to share that one of our retired derby sisters, Frisky Disco, #10, died following a car accident. Those close to our league know that Frisky was an important founding member who served on our board as secretary when we were first getting started. She also stepped in as event coordinator and was vital to the early success and popularity of the Push. She hosted many league gatherings at her house, where countless friendships were formed and grew. Though she barely knew how to skate when she started, she never gave up and she always made sure everyone had fun both on and off the track. She was drafted to the very first Brawlberries home team and was part of what made the Wrecking Crew traveling team such a blast. She also transferred to the Hard Knocks home team and was equally valued and loved there. She played in both our very first away and home bouts. Her band, Draft Culture, performed at our first after party and at many league events. When she had to cut back on skating, she stayed an important part of league by reffing and helping out with bouts. When she left Peoria and her respected corporate job to become a musician in California, we were sad to see her go but admired her courageous spirit and determination to follow her dreams. Our league wouldn't be the same without Frisky Disco and though the world has lost an amazing spirit, her legacy will live on through those of us who were lucky enough to know her. Our thoughts go out to Becca's family, friends, band mates, and derby family at this time. We'll try to rock on like Frisky would want us to do.