You are a game out of first place, and while winning a division title would be nice, you do have bigger fish to fry. We’re looking for the district championship. We came in second place last year against Wilkes-Barre. We’re looking for that first-place medal. We’re looking for revenge.
What’s been the biggest area of improvement in your game? Rebounding. I’m just looking to help my team out any way possible. If it has to be rebounding, if it has to be scoring, if it has to be passing. I feel like rebounding has definitely been a big improvement over last year.
Is there an athlete you admire? Steph Curry. I just like the way he plays. He changed the game of basketball as it is today. I model a lot of my game after him.
Biggest influence on your athletic career. Definitely my father. Growing up, he always took me to shoot at different gyms, gave me little workouts to do.
One dish in your house that is served that you can’t live without. My mom’s walking tacos. Got the Doritos, the meat, the cheese, the black olives.
Three people you would like to have dinner with. Kevin Hart, Steph Curry and Larry Bird.
Marty Myers began his career as a sports writer at The Wayne Independent in Honesdale, where he served as sports editor and later managing editor. After 10 years there, he joined The Times-Tribune in 1994 and has spent the ensuing years reporting on high school sports, local and professional golf. An award-winning journalist, he also enjoys his duties as a copy editor for The Times-Tribune, editing stories and designing pages. A native of Williamsport, Marty resides in Clarks Summit. Reach him at email@example.com, 570-348-9100 x5437 or @mmyersTT.