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Streufert Bombing Away

East of the Cascades looms a long and large talent in the Tri-Cities. Richland high big gun Nathan Streufert has his Bombers in full gear so far this season. The Richland round-ball squad is sitting at 11-3 on the season and is ranked 8th in the Seattle Times 4A poll. The silky smooth Streufert is the bread and butter of the Bombers, averaging 18 points and 10 boards a game.

Streufert Bombing Away

 Nathan Streufert
    East of the Cascades looms a long and large talent in the Tri-Cities. Richland high big gun Nathan Streufert has his Bombers in full gear so far this season. The Richland round-ball squad is sitting at 11-3 on the season and is ranked 8th in the Seattle Times 4A poll. The silky smooth Streufert is the bread and butter of the Bombers, averaging 18 points and 10 boards a game.
   The 6’7” junior sensation was a 2nd team all-league pick as a super sophomore, when he ripped the twines for 11 points and 8 glasses a contest. Streufert was set start as a fab freshman, when he missed the season due to an injured back. The young mad Bomber Streufert plays for his dad, Earl
Streufert, head coach for the Richland varsity squad. The Streufert clan is trying to get the Bombers back to the state tourney, which they have came within one game of making the last four seasons.
   Nathan is coming off an exhilarating performance last weekend when he lit up the Kennewick Lions like a Christmas tree, with 34 points and 11 rebounds. The Bombers defeated the pesky Leos 97-92. Friday night in a convincing 69-54 win over Southridge, Streufert went nuts again with 28 points and 18 boards. The hard working Streufert is known throughout the league as the ultimate team player, willing to take a charge as much as he is a tomahawk jam. Even with his 6’7” frame, Streufert is adept at playing inside or outside. He is a jack of all trades on the basketball court.
  We will keep a close an eye on this class of 2014 hardwood gem, as he battles to keep his Bombers in the state 4A hunt.

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