This paper is concerned with the state feedback H∞ control problem for hybrid-triggered networked control systems (NCSs) with stochastic nonlinearity and state quantization. In order to establish a higher utilization of the network resources, a hybrid-triggered transmission scheme (HTTS) and measurement size reduction scheme are introduced. Firstly, the HTTS is presented such that the signal can be transmitted according to the law. Then the measurement size reduction scheme, i.e., the logarithmic quantization is applied. Then, considering the effect of HTTS and quantization, the original NCSs model is reformulated as a new hybrid-triggered NCSs with communication delay. By using Lyapunov functional method and linear matrix inequality technique, sufficient conditions for stochastical stability with a prescribed H∞ performance level are established, and the design of controller and trigger parameters can be obtained. Finally, a simulation example is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.