The 2015 WFTDA Championships have come and gone, and 12 Division 1 teams and 4 Division 2 teams are all gathered at the Legendary Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul, Minnesota to decide the Champions of each Division. If you need to catch up on how all the teams got there, read up on Kansas City and Demolition City’s history in Cleveland, or Nashville and Sacred City’s success in Detroit. Catch up on D1’s Victoria, Bay Area, and Arch Rival from Tucson; London, Jacksonville, and Denver from Jacksonville; Rose City, Texas, and Rat City from Dallas; and Gotham, Angel City, and Minnesota from Omaha.
ST. PAUL, MN– The D2 Championship was a rematch between the Sacred City Sacrificers and the Nashville Music City All Stars. These teams faced each other during the playoff season in Detroit, MI where Nashville took the win and claimed first place. There were definite similarities between the Playoff game and the Championship game, as both games were penalty heavy, for blockers and jammers alike. This time Nashville earned 44 penalties, 10 of which were jammer penalties, and Sacred took 46 trips to the box–9 by jammers.
Though both teams struggled to keep all their skaters on the track, Sacred City’s jammers overpowered Nashville in the end, avenging their previous loss with a victory of 211-163, to earn the title of 2015 D2 Champions.