Trey Hall proud of his 26-pointer basketball game

MADISON – Trey Hall, who is five years old, currently is learning about the sport of baseball, but he has experience in other games, too.

To learn about baseball, Trey is covering first-base duties and handling pitcher responsibilities for the Cardinals T-ball team. This past winter, he also played Upward Basketball for the Hoosiers at Mount Zion Baptist Church. 

“I played quarterback and safety last year in the Pineview Baptist Church flag football league,” Trey said.

Basketball is Trey’s favorite sport. “I like the fast pace action,” he said.

Trey is enrolled in kindergarten at Mount Zion Baptist Church. He is the youngest of three boys. His oldest brother Alden is in eighth grade at Monrovia Middle School. James, who is seven years old, is in second grade at Monrovia Elementary School.

Trey’s parents are Chris and Emily Hall. Chris works as a software engineer at Dynetics. Emily works as a substitute teacher at Mount Zion and Westminster Christian Academy.

“We have lived in Madison County all of our lives,” Trey said about himself and his brothers.

Q & A

Q: What is your favorite restaurant?

A: Jason’s Deli.

Q: What is your favorite food?

A: Mac and cheese.

Q: What are your favorite sports teams? 

A: Trey is a big fan of the University of Alabama, Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Falcons.

Q: What is your favorite sports memory?

A: Trey most fondly remembers “scoring 26 points in an Upward Basketball game against the team coached by my kindergarten teacher.”

Q: What do you like to do in your free time? 

A: Trey likes to start up a game of basketball, play video games and round up some friends to play board games.

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