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Clifton-Clyde’s Coy Steinbrock – Athlete Spotlight Presented By Visit Salina

By Blake Chadwick

Having your parent coach you at the high school level is never easy, but it is something Justin Steinbrock and his son Coy, will always remember.

Coy is the second of three kids and is the only boy in the family. The senior is a shooting guard who has just recently broken the school record for most three-pointers in his career with 109.

“It feels great to break the record, but I couldn’t have done it without my teammates,” Steinbrock said. “They are the ones who get me the ball when I am open and set the screens for me to run off and trust me to make the shots.”

The record wouldn’t have been able to be broken without his dads support.

“My dad also helped me accomplish this as he was telling me that anyone can become a shooter if they put the shots in and was always forcing me to get in the gym which I am thankful for,” Steinbrock said.

Mostly known as a shooter throughout his career, Steinbrock has been able to transition to an all-around game as he’s gotten older.

“This year I’ve been proud of him because he’s doing a lot more of the little things,” coach Steinbrock said. “Chasing down loose balls, deflections, etc. the extra effort things that coaches love to see.”

Coy has shaped his game around playing hard and it’s been paying off as he has helped lead his team to an 11-2 record thus far. As a senior, he knows that this is his last run so he is going to make sure he goes all out.

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