The Washington Demon football team had a district championship football season, and a state runner-up title to add to their trophy case.
To add to that, Washington also has nine all-district players and nine honorable mentions.
On the All-District team is Alex Coker who had 1,467 yards and 25 touchdowns to lead the Demon running backs. He also added two touchdown returns on punts and a kickoff return to his stats. He finished fifth in the state in rushing yards and tied for first for touchdowns.
Garrett Covington was picked for defense, leading the team with 104 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, a class leading 24 assisted tackles for a loss and four solo sacks.
Tanner Knupp was picked for his all around play, having 689 yards and 15 touchdowns rushing, 21 catches for 381 yards and five touchdowns and had 85 tackles on the year with two interceptions.
Carl Sivels is another running back chosen for All-District, Sivels had 542 yards and seven touchdowns on the year, and four interceptions on defense.
Daryn Seibelius was also chosen for All-District. He was second in rushing for the team with 774 yards and eight touchdowns, passing he was 58-120 with 937 yards 13 touchdowns and no interceptions during the district games.
Tama Leutele was picked for defense, with 66 tackles on the season, 11 solo for a loss and 12 assisted for a loss, he also had two solo sacks and five sack assists.
Mason Quigley was picked for kicker, going 72-74 on the season on PAT’s, and 2-2 in district play on field goals with his long from 38 yards. He also averaged 33.5 yards per punt.
The final members of the all-district team are a couple of offensive linemen with Tommy Peterson and Craig Lillie.
Honorable Mentions for the Demons are Carter Hessletine, Jacob Green, Derek Miller, Brett Wright, Kyle Collier, Brad Skubal, Jeff Knupp, Thomas Bump and Gage Redlinger.
Washington also had 25 student-athletes make All-Academic list. These student are from the football team, managers and stats and cheerleaders.
Mallory Van Winkle
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