Kansas State University
Southeast of Saline High School
Years at Salina Central:
18 (11 as HC)
Coach Hall has been coaching in the Mustang Football program since 1999. He has been
leading the Mustangs as head coach since 2006. He was an assistant at Central for 7
years prior to taking over the Mustang Football Program. Coach Hall was promoted to the
defensive coordinator position starting in 2001. In his 7 years as an assistant the
Mustangs won the state championship four times. The first two seasons as the defensive
coordinator the Mustangs were Class 5A State Champions. In his 5 seasons as the
defensive coordinator the Mustangs assembled a 58-3 record and won the State
Championship 3 times. During that time Mustang opponents were shut out 13 times.
Coach Hall also had the honor in coaching in the 2002 Kansas Shrine Bowl in Pittsburg,
Kansas. In his role as an assistant coach he helped lead the West squad to a 27-13
Coach Hall has led the Mustangs to 6 regional championship games, 3 state quarterfinal
games, and one state semifinal game. Offensive accomplishments in School History
since Coach Hall became head coach include: two of the top four single-season passing
records, third best yards per game average in a season, seven of the top eleven
single-game passing yardage records, and the fifth best rushing total in a single season.
Coach Hall enjoys spending time with his family, going to church, and coaching football at
Salina Central. He is married to wife Lisa (since 2003) who is an elementary school
teacher in the Salina School District. They have three children: Callan (born 2006), Griffin
(born 2008), and Braxton (born 2011).