The Washington Demon football team had eight players named to the all-district team.
For offense Alex Coker was taken for running back for his 911 yards and eight touchdowns, Craig Lillie was chosen for offensive line and Daryn Sebelius was chosen at quarterback for his six rushing touchdowns and 62 percent passing completion with eight touchdowns and just one interception that came on a Hail Mary at the end of the half.
On defense, the Demons had five all-district players, in Justin Hoffman at defensive back with one pick and 75 tackles, Garrett Covington at linebacker leading the team with 105 tackles, Spencer Woods at linebacker who had a fumble recovery, 90 tackles and five solo tackles for a loss, Wyatt Shelangoski at defensive end with 40 tackles, 18 tackles for a loss and five solo sacks plus two fumble recoveries, and finally Tanner Knupp at linebacker with two fumble recoveries, a team leading four interceptions and 75 tackles.
The Demons also had nine honorable mentions in Carter Hesseltine, Mitchell Hora, Mason Quigley, Tyler Ousey, Carl Sivels, Tommy Peterson, Kyle Roder, Alan Sanchez and Tama Leutele.
Washington finished their season with a 7-4 record and as ousted from the playoffs in the second round.