North Central Region
The Ohio Roller Girls were the first modern roller derby in Ohio, founded in 2005 in Columbus. Their first season was in 2006, and kicked off with four home teams. In late 2008, the league voted to play interleague only, facing off against competition from all corners of the WFTDA as the Ohio Roller Girls All Stars (the Charter Team which plays for rankings) and Gang Green (B Team).
Ohio hosted the first ever WFTDA East regional tournament in 2007, Heartland Havoc, as well as the 2010 WFTDA Annual Meeting, Oh!Con.
Ohio's charter team has appeared at Heartland Havoc (2007), Philly's East Coast Derby Extravaganza (2007, 2008, 2009), Ft Wayne's Fall Brawl (2008), Brewcity's Midwest Brew Ha Ha (2010, 2011, 2012), Naptown's Monumental Mayhem (2011) and Queen City's Thrill of the Spill (2012).
OHRG plays double-header bouts in Columbus at the Ohio Expo Center (state fairgrounds), generally from February - August.
|2012 Fourth Quarter||4|
|2012 Third Quarter||4|
|2012 Second Quarter||5|
|2012 First Quarter||7|
|2011 Fourth Quarter Rankings||9|
|2011 Third Quarter Rankings||9|
|2011 Second Quarter Rankings||10|
|2011 First Quarter Rankings||11|
|2010 Fourth Quarter||13|
|2010 Third Quarter||13|
|2010 Second Quarter||13|
|2010 First Quarter||14|
|2009 Fourth Quarter||12|
|2009 Third Quarter||11*|
|2009 Second Quarter||11|
|2009 First Quarter||13*|
|2008 Fourth Quarter||7|
* League was inactive for the quarter
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