Athlete Student Spotlight: Trevor Weary

Weary is among the top high school volleyball players in the nation for kills per set and his team and his school is proud of him.

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Weary is among the top high school volleyball players in the nation for kills per set and his team and his school is proud of him.

Nate Hernandez, Columnist

Horizon Honors sophomore Trevor Weary has baffled his fellow students with his superb talent. In his second year playing varsity boys’ volleyball at Horizon Honors, he dominates on the court and is nationally recognized for it by Maxpreps, an organization who manages statistics of all players and teams nationwide for all sports. Out of all the boys in the nation who play high school volleyball, one of our very own is recognized and ranked in the top 10 for kills per set. Standing at 6 feet 6 inches, Weary is one of the captains on his volleyball team, and all of his teammates look up to him, literally.  He can kill a ball from anywhere on the court:  back row, front row, his kills pile on top of each other. He explains that he has worked hard at his game and believes that “if you put your mind to something you can have it.”  Horizon Honors is proud of Trevor Weary for his feat and his coaches are especially impressed with him.