Carver had plenty of talented girls'
basketball players last year on its
march to the PIAA Class AAA state
tournament, and those talented
athletes helped the team advance
to the state quarterfinals. In the
midst of a group of veterans was a
then-freshman, Hrynko, who played a
big role for the team. Hrynko took
much of the pressure off now-graduated
senior Keshia Hampton, forcing
opposing teams to play more balanced
defense. When they didn't, such as in
the Public League final, Hrynko made
them pay, scoring 16 points to help the
Engineers take the title.