Yes, she’s New England’s MVP. This is the only area who’s MVP is not #1 or #2 in voting, but EVERY person who voted for Celia Casket made the note that she was their pick for MVP.
So, I’m looking through pictures, trying to get an idea of who Celia Casket is when I stumble across photos from the Killah Beez vs Western Mass Destruction that was hosted at Providence in June (which was played right after I got my butt handed to me by Providence). I found myself looking at a skater that I had watched that night and thought “Oooo, I like her!”
Celia, that night, wore the pivot panty quite a lot. I remember her being a key piece to the walls that were stifling the Killah Beez jammers. She may not have had the hardest hits, but she was pain to everyone who came across her. She just would always get in their way.
Celia is tenacious with every jam, and when she has a goal, she sees it through. When she has the star, she is able to weather hits and come out with points on the other side of the pack. She also has a great attitude; when things go wrong, it does not seem to faze her. She resets. She re-evaluates. She tries again. That is what makes her captain, and MVP, material.
Celia has a scary intensity on the track, I swear her eyes glow red at times, but she's also the first person at your side to make sure you're OK if you go down hard. - Snidely Rinkrash, Pioneer Valley
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