With 12 players selected for 15 positions, Hoisington High School led the All-Mid-Central Activities Association football teams.
Larned and Thomas More Prep Marian each had 11 selections, and Ellinwood finished with seven.
Hoisington seniors Cody Richter and Cayton Janousek were first-team offensive and defensive linemen.
Peyton Bullard was an honorable-mention lineman on both sides of the ball.
The Cardinals finished with a 5-5 record, getting ousted from the Class 3A state playoffs in a 28-7 first-round loss to Holcomb.
First-team quarterback Hagan Hanzlick led Hoisington, rushing for 1,117 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Seth Owens (offensive line), Trevor Williams (offensive line), Cody Stetler (tight end), Avery Urban (linebacker), Zach Sanders (linebacker) and Jacob Durrett (defensive back) were all first team for Hoisington.
Larned finished 3-6, snapping a three-year long losing streak.
The Indians were led by senior Brady Keith, who was one of three running backs on the first team.
Keith rushed for 1,068 yards and 10 TDs.
Joining him on the first team is Damian Garcia (offensive line), Jamil Shoemaker (wide receiver), Jeromy Bartz (linebacker) and Jacob Hardiman (defensive back).
Ellinwood, which finished 0-9 on the season, was led by senior Patrick Ringering.
Ringering mopped up four first-team positions — running back, defensive back, punter and return specialist.
Junior Colton Churchill (linebacker) was the only other Eagles player on the first team.