Records set in Humboldt’s second-place finish at Neodesha



October 16, 2018 - 10:12 AM

The Lady Cubs pose with their second place plaque and medals. Front, from left, Morgan Mauk, Kaylie Johnson, Savanna Puckett, Aricah McCall and Camrie Farran. Back, from left, Hailey Hammer, head coach Terry Meadows, Isabelle Murrow, Emma Johnson, Alayna Johnson, Madison Gean, Roni Bulk, assistant coach Taylor Zartman and Jada Dangerfield. Photo courtesy of Humboldt athletics.

The Humboldt volleyball team rewrote parts of their record book on Saturday at the Neodesha Invitational.

The Lady Cubs placed second in the tournament with a 3-2 record but the most notable things happened in their three-set win over Baxter Springs.

Each set was close and high-scoring with the Lady Cubs taking set one 30-28 before falling in set two 25-23 and coming back to take set three 28-26. During the sets, senior Aricah McCall went off offensively, registering 24 kills, the most kills ever recorded by one Lady Cub in a match.