Valley won its second match in as many nights with a 25-23, 18-25, 25-20, 25-12 final over visiting Winamac Tuesday night.
Shayleigh Shriver had a monster night for the home side, recording 15 digs, nine kills and five aces in a tremendous all-around performance. Makenzie Woodcox also registered nine kills, Sophie Bussard had five blocks and Emily Peterson set up 21 points.
The Valley JV continued to maintain its solid play with a 25-24, 25-20 result over Winamac.
Anna Walters led Valley with eight assists, Allison Betten had eight digs, Hannah Jansma had four kills and Allison Miller had three aces.
Tippecanoe Valley (3-1) will visit Wabash Thursday to open Three Rivers Conference play.
Wabash won all three of the singles courts in beating Tippecanoe Valley, 4-1, Tuesday afternoon in Akron.
Luke Mattern, Rob Ford and Alex Driscoll combined to lose just nine games for the Apaches on the singles courts in defeats of Keith Wright, Seth Hoffman and Eric Wright.
Ayden Kocher and Matt Stein collected a one and love win at two doubles against Dylan Sponseller and Alex Kromkowski for the final Wabash court win.
At one singles, Valley’s Dakota Parker and Garrett Feldman won a long second set to take a 6-0, 7-5 (10-5) matchup against Cal Stone and Asif Kahn.
Valley plays again next Tuesday at home against Peru.
The Vikings scored two unanswered goals in the second half to beat Wabash, 3-1, Tuesday afternoon in Akron.
The win is the first in program history.
Jorge Rosas scored the first goal at the 18-minute mark of the first half, assisted by Ivan Santiago. Wabash countered a minute later, then Valley capped the scoring with a goal in the 66th by Tom Solano and another in the 71st by Diego Hernandez, assisted by Santiago.
Fabian Mar had 10 saves for the Vikings.
Tippecanoe Valley (1-2) will host Caston Thursday afternoon.