Tri-Valley took the first two sets of the match. They won the first one 25-19. It took an extra point in the second set, but the Mustangs won 26-24 for a 2-0 lead in the match. Lennox fought back with a 25-20 win in the third set. The fourth set again needed extra points as the two teams were tied 25-25. Lennox got the final two points for the 27-25 win to force the fifth set. Lennox won the final set 15-10 to take the match.
Madelyn Wenzel had 10 kills for the Mustangs. Megan Wenzel had nine, while Hillary Hastings and Lauren Grinde both had seven kills each. Hastings had two blocks. Mad. Wenzel and Erica Bicknase both had a block. Nevaeh Grann led the team with three ace serves. Brookelyn Stieben, Meg. Wenzel, and Hannah West all had two aces each. West finished with a team-high 24 digs on the night. McKenzie Atwood added 14 digs, and Stieben had 13 digs. Allyson Haga and Grann both finished with 12 digs. Bicknase also had 10 digs. Grann had 18 set assists in the match, while Stieben had 13 set assists.
The Mustangs (0-6) will look to get their first win of the season when they host Vermillion on Thursday, September 9th.