Six-foot-6 big Will Steineke of Tri Valley is ready to move some bodies and get some numbers. PHD watched him do that in the spring and summer with BBA. “I felt it went good both personally and as a team,”…
Six-foot-6 big Will Steineke of Tri Valley is ready to move some bodies and get some numbers. PHD watched him do that in the spring and summer with BBA.
“I felt it went good both personally and as a team,” Will said of his summer with BBA Force. “I felt I competed very well against our opponents and our team competed well. It definitely helped me grow as a player.
“Many tournaments we played up against kids older than us, and I thought it was good being that during the high school season you are playing against kids older than you most the time. And playing (Grassroots) gives you the best competition of the area you go to play.”
Now Will is focused on low post battling in the high school season. The team will be quite young but the talent is there.
“This high school season we will be very young with only two seniors and four kids with any varsity time,” Will said. “Jayden Burggraff and I are the only returning starters but the other two coming back got good varsity minutes last year.
“As for expectations we are looking to compete every game and get better individual and as a team as the season goes on. We would like to improve on last year by making it to state.”
Jayden is a young man that we will be boosting in our next set of PHD rankings as he was a key piece to BBA along with Will, Ethan Friedel, Dejay Fykstra and others.
BBA had a great off-season and will was a key piece.
“Will Steineke killed bigger “bigs” he faced down in Kansas City,” said Coach Terry Bartlett. “He’s strong, agile, consistent all year. Top student. Coaches need to take a look!”