Jekyll and Hyde

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February 26, 2019 - 10:50 AM

Junior Conor Haviland goes for a lay-up in a game at home versus Uniontown on Jan. 15.

HUMBOLDT — Humboldt’s erratic and inconsistent play in Monday night’s 78-50 blowout win over Cherokee-Southeast in the Class 2A Sub-State opener brought a certain monster of book and screen to the mind of Cub head coach Dave Taylor. 

“We didn’t play as well at times as we’re capable of,” Taylor said. “And it has nothing to do with effort. It just has to do with locking it in. We have a hard time with that sometimes. In the first half, we were locked in and in the second half we weren’t. It’s been like Jekyll and Hyde this whole year. We can really be our own worst enemy when we want to be.”

The veteran coach’s comparison was apt. The Strange Case of the Humboldt Cubs was on display for all to see Monday night. 

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