The Lady Mustangs raced to a 20-stroke victory, posting an 84 score, while host Rhea County shot 104 and Soddy-Daisy needed 112 swings.
In the boys match, the Mustangs galloped to a 16-stroke win with a 159 total, compared to 174 for the Trojans and 197 for the Golden Eagles.
Walker Valley will take a short rest before joining Polk County and McMinn Central for a tri-match Monday at the Chatata Valley Golf Club.
As she has all season, junior Katie Bishop once again captured low-medalist honors with a 2-over-par 38 to pace the Lady Mustangs.
Freshman Katie Medley rounded out the winning score with a 46.
Rhea County’s Julie Keener fired a 44 for the best score among the other contestants.
Junior Garrett Cantrell led the way for the Mustangs with a 1-over-par 37 for medalist honors.
Freshman Dillon Lillard and junior Hunter Carroll helped out with 3-over 39s, while teammates Corey Rollins, a freshman, and senior Zach Kilby both fired 44s.
None of the Trojan or Eagle golfers broke 40.
“The Dayton Country Club is a tough course with long rough and challenging holes,” declared Walker Valley coach Bob Williams. “We did a good job of dealing with the course and put up some good scores.”
“Katie (Bishop) and Garrett (Cantrell) has strong rounds and our freshmen golfers (Medley, Lillard, Rollins) are playing well,” he praised.