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SHIPPENSBURG >> A pair of former Greyhound standouts were inducted into the Shippensburg High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday at halftime of the Hounds' football game versus Bermudian Springs.

Jim Monos, Class of 1968, and Lynne (Gardner) Alwine, Class of 1983, were the inductees.

Monos was a three-sport athlete at Shippensburg. He was a starting quarterback for three years and was selected to the Blue Mountain League All-Star team twice. He was a nominee for the Big 33 and received a scholarship to VMI before continuing his football career at Shippensburg University.

Monos was also a three-year starter on the basketball team, and was twice selected to the BML All-Star baseball team. He lifted the Hounds to a pair of Blue Mountain League championships.

Monos is also a member of the Shippensburg University Hall of Fame and is currently the head football coach at Lebanon Valley College.

Alwine was also a three-sport athlete, participating in track & field, basketball and softball.

She was a two-year letterwinner in basketball. In track, she lettered as a freshman before taking her talents to the softball team, where she lettered the next three years.

Alwine was the Lady Hounds' winning pitcher in the 1982 PIAA State Championship. Her career record was 28-1 with 130 strikeouts and a 0.28 earned run average. She finished with a career batting average of .464 and 55 RBIs.

Alwine was the first female athlete in Greyhound history to receive a full scholarship to Penn State University.

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