That’s what Stryct is. The moment she steps onto that track, she is figuring out where best to use her power. Her walls have strength and stability that some of the strongest jammers can’t get through. If you let her hit you, expect to be sent into a referee – because you’re going to take flight.
You can see that she’s constantly looking around and making decisions as a leader on the track. She is able to mobilize her packs to trap jammers, and her team is responsive to her communication on the floor. It is also fun to see how she uses her team mates as projectile weapons, how her packs will use her as their anchor – regardless of how far she is from them!
To really demonstrate how much of a pack player she is, I have to point out that finding a photo of her solo was damn near impossible and it's what delayed the publishing of this article!
Stryct is such a strong skater in many ways. She's one of our hardest hitters. At practice she's usually my competition. If I can get one up on Stryct I feel accomplished. She's a strong leader on and, off the track. Many people look up to her. I’m proud to call her my team mate. – Morticia D. Kay
Don’t forget to subscribe to this Examiner page for all the updates of the all star teams. Also, check out the suggested section below to see other articles I’ve written!