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Albertsons Big Deal of the Week: Trey Smith (Camas County)
Trey Smith's journey is far from over, as he looks to the next chapter of his basketball career
Published: 4/15/2020 12:32:58 PM
 


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Name: Trey Smith
School: Camas County
Grade: Senior
Sport: Basketball 
Position: Guard 

How did you first get interested in your sport?

Growing up, I always had a mini basketball hoop at my house and was always dribbling the ball on the kitchen tile or down our hallway. I kept a “dribbling minutes” log and every day, I wrote down how many minutes I dribbled in the house. When I was very young, probably two or three,  I would make shots and I would wait for my family to clap for me. I asked my parents to sign me up for my first BSU basketball camp when I was only four or five. I think what got me the most though was watching my dad play in rec leagues, and three-on-three tournaments like Bam Jam and Western Days. 

If you play other sports, which is your favorite and why? 

Basketball is my favorite sport for sure because it has always been there through my highs and lows. When I’m having a bad day or something, I can just go to the gym and shoot and feel better. 

What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from high school sports?

Things are going to happen, what's important is how you respond to it.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

The best advice that I have ever received has been from my coach, Jamon. He is always going over how nothing is given and that you have to work every day because everyone else is. 

What has been your favorite high school memory so far?

My favorite high school memory so far was when we were in the district tournaments last year and I scored the 1,000th point of my varsity career. Everyone in the crowd went crazy with posters they made. It was really cool that the fans did that for me. 

What coaches or teachers have made the biggest impact on your athletic career?

The coach who has made the biggest impact on my athletic career is my basketball coach, Jamon. He's been coaching me for the last four years. He hasn't just helped me with my basketball, but he has helped me become a better person. 

Which teammates have you really connected with during high school?

My teammate, Dawson Kramer. I've known him since we were little kids. This year in football and basketball, we have gotten way closer. We have always had each other’s backs, and every weekend he goes to the gym with me to get better. He is just a really good person, and will always have something good to say after a good or bad game. My teammate Breken Clarke, because we have the same goals in basketball. We want to win, and we will both do whatever it takes to win. He is such a hard worker, and it pushes me to go harder every day. We both have the same intensity, so we push each other in practice. I'm always looking for him when I drive for the kick, and he's doing the same. They are both sophomores this year and I know they will be really good leaders for my twin brothers, Tristen and Troy who will be in high school next year. This is also important to me. 


Is there anyone in your family who have helped you get to where you are today?

My entire family has helped me get to where I am today. My mom and dad have always supported my goals in basketball by running Camas’s youth basketball program for years, driving my teammates and I to 3-on-3 tournaments, taking me to camps both in Idaho and other states, and by driving me to club practice in Boise for the last three years. They’ve even supported me when I’ve wanted to do “two-a-days” in the gym. It doesn’t matter if it’s at 9 p.m. at night and I need more time in the gym, they’ll take me.  My dad coached me from kindergarten to eight grade and has helped me a lot. My mom has always been super tough by pushing me to succeed in my goals both on and off the court.  All of my family members have helped me through the years by just coming to my games, or sending me texts after the games. It's just super cool to know how much they care. 

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

When I'm not playing basketball, I'm usually doing something outside with my friends. We all love to ski on the weekends, and it's super fun.  

 
 
 


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