Townsquare Media’s High School MVP: Trey Summers, Union Colony Prep
High school basketball returned to the courts this month and Union Colony Prep junior guard Trey Summers made a powerful first impression.
Summers scored 24 points, grabbed six rebounds and forced seven steals in the Timberwolves' season-opening 59-45 victory over Prairie.
For his efforts, Summers is this week's Townsquare Media High School MVP.
Here's a Q&A with the junior, who will be back in action later this week against Akron and Fleming.
How excited are you to have basketball back?
I am very excited to back playing. I get to play this game that I grew up playing and I get to play with a group that I have grown up with.
What's the Union Colony boys team like this year?
We have a lot of potential. We have some great pieces and a great coach to help us accomplish our goals. We practice hard and it should show in our season.
What's your pregame routine?
My pregame starts the night before. I like to watch film on the team we are playing and our own film. I try to find the things we can do to counter the team we are playing. My pregame food consist of PB&J. When school gets out I like to get some shots and free throws in before we begin.
What's your favorite food?
PB&J and spaghetti, not together.
What's your favorite TV Show?
No favorite TV show. I like to spend my time in the gym.
What's your favorite Music?
My music is hype music like Joyner Lucas.
2019-2020 HIGH SCHOOL MVP'S
- Buck Coors, Resurrection Christian football
- Trinity Corney, Fort Collins High School volleyball
- Trey Summers, Union Colony Prep basketball