Heniy Hynoski

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1971 graduate of Mt. Carmel High. Never played in a losing regular season football game in a three year varsity career, while helping the Tornadoes to 3 Southern Division Titles and 1 Eastern Conf. Championship. Received AP “All-State+ and Big 33 honors his senior year and is 6th leading career scorer in MCA history. Also placed 3rd at PIAA state track meet in the low hurdles his senior year with a time of 19.4 seconds. Went on to Temple University where he was a 3 year starter at fullback and established a new career rushing mark with 2,218 yards. He was the second leading rusher in the East in 1974 and was named first team “All-Penna.”, “All East” and was given honorable mention “All American”. Was MVP of the American Bowl in 1975 and was drafted in the 6th round by the Cleveland Browns. He alternated with Greg Pruitt at halfback during the 1975 season, but a serious shoulder injury ended his professional playing career the following year.

Categories: 1979 Hall Of Fame