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Roadrunners Add Two More Players for 2012-2013
Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Roadrunners Add Two More Players for 2012-2013


The State Fair Community College Roadrunners have announced the addition of two more student athletes for the 2012-2013 season.



Ben Denbow    

6-5 guard

Licking, Mo. - Licking High School


Denbow has earned First-Team All-State, as well as First-Team All-District, and First-Team All-Frisco League during his outstanding prep career at Licking High School. Denbow also earned Frisco League Most Valuable Player. He averaged 26 points and 11 rebounds during his senior campaign. He finished his high school career with more than 2,000 points while playing for Head Coach Ben Glasgow.


“Ben comes from a basketball family,” said Roadrunners Head Coach Kevin Thomas. “He can really shoot the basketball and he broke the scoring record at his high school. We are looking for him to come in, make shots and really stretch the defense for us.”



Kevin Punter

6-3 guard

Bronx, N.Y. - Body of Christ Christian Academy (Raleigh, N.C.)


Punter was named Most Valuable Player during his prep school season at Body of Christ Christian Academy while playing for Head Coach Darryl Harris. He averaged 24.2 points per game last season. Punter was his team’s top defender, averaging 2.5 steals per contest.


Punter played his high school basketball at Selsian High School in New Rochelle, N.Y.  He was a McDonald’s High School All-American nominee. He finished his career as the second-leading scorer at his high school, averaging 28 points per contest.


“We expect him to be an impact player right away,” said Thomas. “He spent a year in prep school in North Carolina. He is very athletic, can get to the rim, and is good at creating off the dribble.”



David Rohrbach

SFCC Athletics Department




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