STEELTON, Pa. — When you're down the state semifinals, every team is good.
Steel-High knew nothing would come easy against Bishop Guilfoyle on Saturday afternoon.
The Marauders, out of District 6, made the trek to Steamroller-country for a low scoring affair.
Mehki Flowers still found a way to showcase what makes him one of the best talents in the country, turning a quick out pass into a long touchdown for the Rollers.
Trailing Bishop Guilfoyle 14-13, Bryan Hernandez kicked a 34-yard field goal to put Steel-High ahead, 16-14, with 38 seconds left in the game.
The Marauders were able to get into position for a 36-yard field goal attempt with 11 seconds on the clock, but Bishop Guilfoyle's kick was no good.
Steel-High wins the state semifinal showdown, 16-14, advancing to the 1A state championship where they'll play Jeannette on Friday.