Mud Volleyball

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    Sam Schmetz of Columbus hit the ball over the net during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Bubba Fleck pushed fellow Celestine resident Billy Stubbs toward the slop during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. The competition began in 1993. This year’s event consisted of 26 teams. Destination Pownd Town beat the Schwartz Brothers 21-18 in the championship match. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Grant Knies of Celestine washed off a volleyball in the stream of a fire hose during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    The annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament was held Sunday in Schnellville. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald Aaron Trafton of Ferdinand pretended to throw his friend Nate Lueken's son, Camron, 4, to his brother, Hudson, 2, all three of of Bretzville during the mud volleyball competition on Sunday, July 7. Nate stood cleaning mud out of his ears, while his wife, Kayla watched the boys laughing and playing.

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    Alicia Clark and Grant Knies, both of Celestine, struggled to open a beer with muddy hands after being eliminated from the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Gavin Burke of Santa Claus cheered after his team scored a point during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Siblings Kami and Grant Knies of Celestine washed off during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Kami Knies, Sam Schmetz of Columbus, Billy Stubbs, Logan Clark, Bubba Fleck, Grant Knies and Alicia Clark, all of Celestine, piled into a truck to wash off in a pond and then go boating after being eliminated from the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Travis Hagedorn of Celestine, left, and Austin Weyer of Ferdinand washed off during the annual Schnellville Mud Volleyball Tournament in Schnellville on Sunday. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald

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    Aaron Trafton of Ferdinand pretended to throw his friend Nate Lueken's son, Camron, 4, to his brother, Hudson, 2, all three of of Bretzville during the mud volleyball competition on Sunday, July 7. Nate stood cleaning mud out of his ears, while his wife, Kayla watched the boys laughing and playing. Caitlin O'Hara/The Herald