LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - McCutcheon's Taylor Baird signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at the collegiate level with Grace College on Friday.
"I feel that God led me to Grace," said Baird. "I loved the coach, team, and the atmosphere of the campus."
Baird was joined by her parents, Nick and Debra Baird, at the signing at McCutcheon high school.
Baird played four years of volleyball in high school. Three of those years she competed on the varsity team. During her senior season, Baird finished second in the HCC in blocks. She was also a captain on the team.
Baird has excelled in academics during her time at McCutcheon. She is the valedictorian and was inducted into the National Honor Society.
Baird also played two years of basketball with the McCutcheon Mavericks.
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