Chester got on a roll in the first set of the match and took the win 25-11. The second set was much closer, but the Flyers took a 2-0 lead with a 25-22 win in the second set. The Flyers continued the momentum and won the third set 25-14.
Kaitlyn Mohnen finished the night with eight digs and one ace serve. Hannah West had five digs. Abbie Weinacht had four solo and seven assisted blocks, four kills, and three ace serves. Blayne Gacke had a team-high six kills. Jessica Masgai had 10 assisted blocks and two solo blocks. Grace Schildhauer finished with 12 set assists, and Brookelyn Stieben added six set assists.
Tri-Valley (5-7) will look to get back into the win column when they travel to Elk Point to play the Elk Point-Jefferson Huskies on Thursday, October 8th.