Tri-Valley took the first two games with relative ease, but the Quarriers fought back in a back-and-forth third game. With the score tied 23-23, Dell Rapids scored the final two points to push the match to a fourth game. The Quarriers rode the momentum early in the fourth game gaining an 18-10 lead. The Mustangs fought back and tied the game up late. Tri-Valley then had the fourth game at match point three different times before Dell Rapids rallied for three straight points to win game four at 28-26. However, the Quarriers could not complete the comeback as Tri-Valley took the fifth game 15-5 to win the match.
Shelby Wrage had eight service points and 14 digs in the match. Baily Munk ended the night with 23 digs. Brittany Kludt and Mikaela Stofferahn had three blocks each defensively. Emily Boyle finished with 11 kills, and Stofferahn had nine kills. Sarah Haak had 30 assists in the match.