By Baxter Colburn
An Algoma High School student received national recognition on the volleyball court this week. Senior Mikayla Haak joins an elite class of players nation-wide after surpassing 1,000 digs for the Wolves volleyball program. Haak is a four-year starter who has played the libero position for just three of her years at Algoma.
Libero’s may replace any player in a back row position and wear a jersey of a different color or design. While on the court the Libero may not serve, block or attempt to block.
First-year head coach Eric Dean lauds Haak for her passion and drive on the court that led to her milestone.
At this time Haak has not signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at the collegiate level. Dean says he hopes future liberos and underclassmen learn from the drive and poise Haak brings to each match.