"The dedication that you put in to a football season is represented right here," said head coach Brent West to the team while holding his state title ring.
"For the first time in the history of Cisco we won a state championship in football."
Back in December the Loboes avenged their 2011 state title game loss to Refugio with a twenty point victory over the Bobcats at AT&T Stadium. They returned to Cisco that night with the trophy and the medals, but they were still missing one thing. That of course was the "bling."
That is until Friday, when the Loboes were presented with their state championship rings at a low-key ceremony in the high school auditorium.
For the players the ceremony, and the championship rings wrap up what was a memorable 16-0 season.
"It's a great feeling. It just shows that hard work pays off and it just kind of validates everything that they told us in the offseason. I mean, it's going to pay off, you just have to put in the hard work," said quarterback Colton Kent.
Along with the ring comes the honor of not only being one of a select few to hold one in your hometown, but also in the entire state of Texas.
"This town just means so much to us. They do so much for us. Just having this ring and winning a state championship, there's no way we could repay them enough," said running back Mason Reed.
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