School: Greece Olympia.
Name: Tre’Maine Moore.
Sport/events: Outdoor track and field/100-meter dash, long jump, triple jump, high jump and 400 relay.
Academics: 82 average.
Family: Parents, Patricia and Frank; Grandmother, Gwen, 96; Ashley Lowe-Blue, 30, sister; Layne, 28, brother; Promthius, 25, brother.
Last week: Moore helped Olympia win the boys team scoring during the His & Hers Invitational at Penfield with a second-place finish in the 100 and first in the triple jump (43 feet-9 3/4 inches). This is his first season competing in the triple jump.
About me: Main cog on Olympia track and field teams that have won Section V outdoor team championships the last four seasons and indoor titles the last five. … “It depends on what you need. You plug him in and he goes,” Olympia coach Mike LaBue. … “I would definitely love that (to continue competing in track and field). It’s a place where I can clear my head.” … Plans to study criminal justice. “I hope to get into a law enforcement career. It’s been a dream for me, especially with the view that people have of officers these days. I think I can change that.” … Volunteers time at Rochester Presbyterian Home. … “Last summer, I worked for the Salvation Army. They had a camp, and I was a sports coordinator.”