The Sully Buttes Chargers are showing that playing a schedule loaded with talented teams is paying off at the right time, and, despite some unforced errors, came away with a 26-24, 15-25, 16-25, 25-17, and 15-10 victory over Stanley County Tuesday night at Parkview Gym in Ft. Pierre.
The Chargers showed better court coverage, and did their best to set up junior hitter Lydia Hill for kill shots to take advantage of Stanley County. But the Lady Buffs did some solid work at the net with numerous blocks for points.
Hill led the way with kills, but down the stretch it was junior Ally Wittler and sophomore Trichelle White who helped make the difference in the match, with kill shots of their own, along with solid defense and back line play.
The Chargers are now at 8-17 on the season, and will play another Class A team—Mobridge Pollock—Thursday night. The Chargers will be sporting pink jerseys and will have fundraisers to help collect for cancer research. The Lady Buffs are now 11-9, and will face Dupree at Dupree Thursday night.