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Hyno Archive
Date: 1/31/2012 Album ID: 1405843
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Henry Hynoski of the New York Giants poses with the Ralpho Township Raiders' football team at the Wayside Inn.
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Southern Columbia's Henry Hynoski blasts through the Line Mountain defense during the District 4 Class A final at Tiger Stadium. Hynoski rushed for 209 yards and three touchdowns as the Tigers earned their 16th straight district title with a 49-31 victory over the Eagles.
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Southern Columbia's Henry Hynoski (27) dives his way into the endzone for a first quarter touchdown against the defense of Shenandoah Valley in the PIAA Class A quarterfinal at Kemp Memorial Stadium, Shamokin, Dec. 1, 2006.
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Henry Hynoski, Josh Marks, and Nick Gallinot raise the state championship trophy high after they convincingly defeated West Middlesex.
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Southern Columbia's Henry Hynoski on one of his big first half runs.
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Southern Columbia Area's Henry Hynoski during practice at Hershey High School for the 50th Annual AAA Pennsylvania Big 33 football game against Ohio.
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Southern Columbia graduate Henry Hynoski (45), a fullback with the New York Giants, delivers a block during a training camp workout.
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Andrew Rarig, 10, of Catawissa sports a Hynoski jersey as he waits in line for an autograph.
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Southern fullback Henry Hynoski runs through a tackle attempt by a West Middlesex defender during the PIAA Class A state championship game at Hersheypark Stadium.
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Southern Columbia graduate Henry Hynoski keeps an eye on the action during the Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey.
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Southern Columbia graduate Henry Hynoski (45) comes out of the backfield on a pass pattern during a New York Giants' workout outside the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Hynoski, a rookie free agent out of the University of Pittsburgh, is the only true fullback on the team's roster.
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Southern Columbia's Henry Hynoski takes advantage of teammate Cody Jones' downfield block on a 52-yard touchdown run to open the scoring in the Tigers' 56-14 PIAA Class A state championship victory at Hersheypark Stadium.
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Southern Columbia's Henry Hynoski plows into the end zone through a group of Clarion defenders during a shutout victory over the Bobcats at Tiger Stadium.
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Henry Hynoski waves to the home crowd at Tiger Stadium during the retirement of his number 27 jersey.
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Henry Hynoski of the New York Giants signs an autograph for Logan Kuzo, of Marion Heights, at the Wayside Inn.
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Henry Hynoski Sr., right, who played at Mount Carmel Area from 1967 to 1970, had his number retired at halftime of the Red Tornadoes' game with Southern Columbia. Joining him is his son, Henry Jr., left, a former Southern Columbia all-state player and current fullback at the University of Pittsburgh.
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