Meet Trevor Flow! Trevor is the North Hall High head baseball coach, and in his first season as head coach he is currently leading the Trojans to a follow-up playoff run after North Hall won the 3-A state title for the first time last season. “One of the best feelings in the world was when we won that championship and I hope we can achieve that again,” said Flow, who had previously been a North Hall assistant and pitching coach for six years. "Making it to the playoffs is basically like seeing all your work come to fruition. You come into the season with goals in mind and that is always one of them. Some teams don't get to experience that and you want to keep it in perspective and enjoy the moment while keeping the ride going. It's a culmination of hard work, but the beginning of a new season." The first round of playoffs start on April 26. Flow said he accepted the head coaching position at North Hall because he loves competition. “I love to compete and I didn’t want to be doing something where I can’t be competing,” he said. Trevor has been playing baseball his entire life and played college baseball in Florida at Manatee College. When he is not coaching baseball, Trevor loves spending time with his 5 year-old son, Roman. Roman comes to all the North Hall games and loves being a part of team when riding home on the bus with his dad. Trevor said loves having Roman at the games because it brings back a perspective for Trevor of what it was like watching the game as child. “I love having him at the games and he loves being there with all of the guys and his friends,” he said. We want to thank Trevor for being a part of our project and letting us get to know him a little better! Question: What inspired you or led to your current career? Answer: “Baseball has always been in my life and it gives kids a way to be inspired to be better.” Q: What is your favorite restaurant in Hall County, and what do you love there? A: “Recess. I love the atmosphere and the food.” Q: How long have you lived or worked in Hall County? A: “This is my eighth year living here and I have worked for six years.” Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would it be and why? A: “Italy. My family is from Italy and my goal has always been to be able to go.” Q: What is your favorite movie? A: “‘Tombstone.’” Q: What advice would you give a crowd of people? A: “Treat people as people. Understand that people are always going through something and it doesn't take much to just be nice.” Q: What is something on your bucket list? A: “To catch a Blue Marlin.” Q: What is your favorite music / three bands you would like to see (dead or alive)? A: “I really like all types of music but I mainly listen to country and 80’s rock. I would like to see Garth Brooks, Dave Matthews, and Eric Church.” Q: What current /former local business makes you the most nostalgic about Hall County? A: “Park Lumber Company. I know the owner and when I was first getting to Hall County the stories they had gave me the feeling Hall County was a great home place.” Q: What is your favorite thing or something unique about Hall County? A: “The Gainesville Square and the Lake. Love being out on Lake Lanier and being able to have access to it the way we do and I love being able to just get up and walk around the square. It has a family atmosphere.” Q: Where do you see yourself in five or 10 years? A: “Still coaching. I have some visions and changes I have for the baseball team.” Q: (Even friends or family), what is something interesting that most people don't know about you? A: “I enjoy singing, even if some people don't think I can sing. I also enjoy making people laugh.” Q: What are three words that come to mind when you think of the word HOME? A: “Family, comfort and somewhere you can be yourself.” Interview by Abernathy Cochran Intern: Tricia Cumiskey The Faces of Hall County is a project to showcase the amazing people that live in our community. If you would like to nominate an interesting person to be featured please email email@example.com.