KHS Student-Athlete to Play Football at Shippensburg University

Kennett High School Senior Myles Robinson signed his National Letter of Intent to play Division II football at Shippensburg University.

Myles (sitting middle) was surrounded by his parents Tobe and Cyrus and his brother Cole, as well as (standing from left) Principal Dr. Jeremy Hritz, Athletic Director Mr. Sean Harvey, and coach Mr. Doug Langley.Student-Athlete signing letter of intent surrounded by parents and coaches

A dedicated and hardworking player, Myles has had an outstanding athletic career to date. Myles football athletic honors include being named Offensive MVP as a junior, Impact Player of the Year as a senior, and earning Ches-Mont All-League Honorable Mention designations as a sophomore, junior, and senior. In addition to playing football, Miles was also a member of Kennett High School’s lacrosse team his freshman and sophomore years, where he was named Defensive MVP as a freshman.

Myles will study business at Shippensburg University and plans on pursuing a career in real estate.

Myles is ready to take his athletic career to the next level as a Shippensburg University Raider, and is excited to be part of team with players who share his same goals and aspirations.

Congratulations Myles!