Huntington College announced that Plymouth High School standout, Kyle Benge, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for the Forester program next year. Benge, a 6’1 guard, was the second-leading scorer in the state this season with his 26.8 average. He finished his career for the Pilgrims with a school-record 1979 points, surpassing the former record holder, Scott Skiles, who had amassed 1787 points during his career in the early eighties. Benge’s stellar career was capped off with his receipt of numerous post-season awards. Some of the more noteworthy include Third-Team All-State, Indiana Top 40, and North/South Indiana All-Star.
Huntington College basketball coach, Steve Platt, is looking forward to the Benge’s contributions on the court. “Kyle has what it takes to make a fine combo guard,” stated Platt. “He is a very talented offensive player with a passion to win. Because of his driven, refuse to lose intensity, we expect Kyle to help us from the get-go. He is the kind of student-athlete we are proud to have here at Huntington College.”