Hundreds of people got downright dirty for epilepsy today.
The 20th annual mud volleyball tournament in Rutland was a huge success again this year.
Bump, set, spike! It’s not your average volleyball game. “It’s really really fun to get muddy and wet,” Reese Shattuck said.
It’s Rutland’s 20th annual mud volleyball tournament that benefits epilepsy.
“It’s a lot of fun, you get dirty and it’s for a good cause,” Ruth Birch said.
With 32 teams, about 350 mud volleyball players, $10,000 was raised in an effort to help families who are affected by epilepsy.