The Washington Demons boys have put themselves in position to at least tie for second place in the conference with a road win in Keokuk last night. On a game heard on KCII, the Demons led just about the whole game last night except for about a minute in the third quarter. The Chiefs took their only lead with 3:10 left in the third but the Demons got the lead back shortly after that and won 58-47. The did it with a smaller line up after Colton Covington went down with an ankle injury early in the first quarter. Collin Steele was big going 10-11 at the free throw line and scoring 18 points. Anthony Ossman had 9 points, Dillon Redlinger had 8 and Jake Redlinger and Brock Kimball each had six. The Demons held the Chiefs’ leading scorer Dallas Job in check, he averages 20 a game, he scored nine in the first half but only scored two points in the second half and that was at the buzzer in the fourth. The Demons improve to 6-8 on the season and 4-2 in the conference, Keokuk falls to 9-7 and 4-3 in the conference.