The Hoisington High School football team ended the 2018 football season with a record of 9-3. The proclamation approved by the Barton County Commission Monday morning acknowledges their efforts and recognizes the student athletes, managers and coaching staff for their commitment to excellence. The commission also declared Monday as Hoisington High School Football Day. Pictured are: team members Cade Mason, Avery Brewer, Xavier Robinson, Mason Haxton, Dallen Hutchcraft, Derek Boxberger, Evan Foltz, Drew Nicholson, Will Spires, Dylan Richards, Hunter Morris, Braxton Donovan, Legend Robinson, Jarrett Shives, Chase Robinson, Cole Steinert, Holt Hanzlick Ryan Woydziak, Quincy Cross, Wyatt Pedigo, Josh Ball, Cade Boxberger, Spencer Mintz, Quentin Boxberger, Jason Bradley, Brayden Copp, Nic Long, Chase Maier, Jacob Specht, Braden Mooney, Kameron Schneweis, Nolan Wilborn, Jevon Mogbo, Chandler Blackwell, Sam Baldyga, Jared Batchman, Riley Philbern, Adam Baldyga and Managers Jakob Breit, Braeden Hopkins, Paul Rhiza, Cyrus Feil and William Bliss. Also shown are head coach is Zach Baird with assistants Robert England, Kyle Haxton and Matt Koelsch. Not pictured are assistant coach Bob Brungardt, Athletic Director Matt Shultz, Principal Joel Mason and Superintendent Bill Lowry. In addition, pictured are commissioners Don Davis and Kenny Schremmer.