Baltic took the first two sets by close scores. The Bulldogs won the first set 25-21 and then won the second set 25-23. Tri-Valley was able to win the next two sets to force the fifth and final set. The Mustangs won the third and fourth sets by the same 25-15 score. Baltic, however, prevailed in the fifth set and won by a score of 15-8 to win the match.
Blayne Gacke had a match-high 17 kills. Jessica Masgai finished with 11 kills. Brookelyn Stieben had 16 set assists, and Grace Schildhauer had 14 set assists. Tabor Teel led the back-row defense with 17 digs. Gacke added 13 digs. Masgai and Abbie Weinacht both had two blocks each. Gacke and Schildhauer each had three ace serves.
Tri-Valley (5-4) will host the McCook Central/Montrose Cougars on Thursday, October 1st.