Mud Bowl 2019
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Muddas win 21st title at 2019 Mud Bowl
By Tom Eastman
Conway Daily Sun
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. – The Muddas Football Club of Amherst, N.H., won their 21st and second straight Mud Bowl title Sept. 8 at Steve Eastman Memorial Field at North Conway’s Hog Coliseum, blanking the 2005 champion North Shore Mud Sharks, 30-0.
The Muddas were the top seeds in the 12-team, 20-game, three-day, double-elimination mud football tournament, played in knee-deep mud. Funds benefit local charities, including Carroll County RSVP, North Conway Community Center and Vaughan Learning Center.
Here are Sunday’s results:
GAME 13: 2005 champion
NH Mudcats oust Rowley, Mass. Mud Ducks, 34-28;
GAME 14: North Conway Mud Things oust eight-time champion Nashua Mud Gumbys, 18-6;
GAME 15: No. Shore Mud Sharks oust Carrabassett Valley Rats, 24-0;
GAME 16: Muddas oust N.H. Mud Cats, 26-14;
GAME 17: MWV Hogs oust North Country Crocs, 20-14;
GAME 18 (SEMIFINALS): Muddas oust Mud Things, 20-0;
GAME 19 (SEMIFINALS): Mud Sharks oust MWV Hogs, 18-6;
GAME 20 MUD BOWL FINALS: Muddas def. Mud Sharks, 30-0 to win 21st championship since 1981.
TEAM RECORDS 2019
1. Muddas Football Club undefeated (5-and-0)
2. North Shore Mudsharks, 4-and-1
3. MWV Hogs, 3-and-1
4. North Conway Mud Things, 2-and-2
5. NH Mud Cats, 2-and-2
6. North Country Mud Crocs, 1-and-2
7. Nashua Mud Gumbys, 1-and-2
8. Carrabassett Valley Rats, 1-and-2
9. Rowley Mud Ducks, 1-and-2
10. Peabody Predators, 0-and-2
11. Cumberland (R.I.) Muckaneers, 0-and-2
12. Mass. Mud Dogs, 0-and-2
WOMEN’S MUD TOURNEY
Three teams competed in the first-ever Women’s Mud Football Mud Bowl Tourney, with the Mass Women Mud Dogs playing two local squads, the MudMaids and MerMuds. A women’s final was played Sunday at 3 p.m. between the MerMuds and MudMaids. Led by QB Katelyn Quint, the MudMaids were undefeated, compliling a 3-and-0 record and downing the MedMuds 12-6 in Sunday's finals.
In the championship game, Quint scored the first touchdown and then the MerMaids answered back with a touchdown pass from Amanda King to Mel Gregory to tie the game 6-6. The MudMaids fought back down the field after an interception by Alyssa Chick, for a touchdown pass from Quint to Bethany Moller to seal the win.