Jost signs for two sports at Tabor


DanielJostSign95.jpg Hillsboro High School senior Daniel Jost signed letters of intent March 25 to play football and baseball at Tabor College next school year. Jost was a unanimous choice of Mid-Central Activities Association coaches as a first-team wide receiver in football his junior and senior seasons, and received all-state recognition in the regional media his senior season. Jost, who is about to begin his senior season in baseball, is coming off a year in which he hit .508 and was a first-team all-league selection. Seated with him are his parents, Clyde and Sharon Jost. Behind them are Len Coryea, HHS football coach, Mark Standiford, TC baseball coach, Phil Oelke, HHS baseball coach, and Mike Gottsch, TC football coach.

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