NOAH’s Haylie McCutchen – Character Counts Presented by Tulsa Bone & Joint

One of the starting players for the NOAH Lady Jags is Haylie McCutchen, who enters her final season as a senior this year. 

McCutchen played other sports growing up, but settled on volleyball and has played the sport for six years. 

“I have played volleyball for six years and yes I have played other sports. I played basketball and softball,” said McCutchen. 

Outside of sports, McCutchen is involved in many activities including Key Club and others. 

“I am the secretary of Key Club which is a group that does service projects. I am a part of the Chapel Team by organizing our speakers and I’m the leader of our Worship Team,” said McCutchen. 

Playing for NOAH has been a special part of her high school years. Representing NOAH and other homeschool athletes is a special moment for McCutchen. 

“I want to do my best to represent the NOAH organization by being an encouraging teammate, playing at a highly competitive level, and being a person of character on and off the court,” said McCutchen. “I love the way my team comes together and works together as a unit. We all mesh really well and encourage each other when someone is having a bad day.” 

The athletic program for NOAH is unique and its athletes are just as competitive as a public or private school. For McCutchen, making the most of every opportunity has helped her reach her goals as a varsity athlete. 

“The people within this program are so encouraging and loving which makes playing for NOAH so wonderful,” said McCutchen. 

After she leaves the program, McCutchen plans to take her talents to the next level. 

“I plan to play volleyball in college. I am so grateful to have several offers but right now I am waiting on the Lord to show me exactly where He wants me to go,” said McCutchen. 

During her down time, McCutchen enjoys spending time with her friends. 

“I enjoy hanging out with my amazing friends. They all support me and come to as many volleyball games as they can,” said McCutchen.