NEW HAVEN, Mo. -New Haven Boy’s Basketball Coach Ray Steinhoff announced Wednesday night that he would be retiring at the end of this school year after 30 years of coaching.
Last night Coach Steinhoff told QuickNewsNow, “I felt like this was the right time to retire.” He also noted there were personal reasons for his decision to step down as head basketball coach, Athletic Director, and High School P.E. teacher.
Steinhoff began teaching P.E. at New Haven High School in 1982 before taking over as Head Boys Basketball Coach in 1985, replacing Steve Neier.
During his 30 years of coaching, Steinhoff recorded 550 career wins, 11 District Titles, three State Championships, four final four appearances, four Conference titles, 13 seasons with 20 or more wins, and 25 seasons with a record above 500.
More about Coach Steinhoff’s legendary career to come.