Gieber signs with Iowa Central

Kayla Gieber (center) signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge in the fall. She is shown here with Iowa Central head coach Sara Horn (right) and Gabby Sullivan. Independent photo.

Humboldt High senior Kayla Gieber, who emerged as a strong volleyball player up front at the net for the Wildcats the last two years, will take her talents to Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge.

Kayla Gieber signed a national letter of intent earlier this week to join the Tritons. Iowa Central head coach Sara Horn and assistant Gabby Sullivan were in Humboldt for the signing of the six-foot Gieber.

“This feels great now that it’s official. Now I’m ready to start college,” Gieber said.

“I went to summer camps for Iowa Central and they noticed my skills. I knew that I needed to keep pushing to improve in my senior year so that I could get a scholarship and play there. That’s what I was striving for and now it’s happened,” Gieber said.

“Academically I’m going to study radiology. Since I’ll need to get my pre-requisites done in the classroom, I’ll be going there for three years,” said Gieber, the daughter of Chris and Tammy Gieber of Humboldt.

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