Arlington - The magical season that had state championship repeat written all over it came to a screeching halt for the Steele Knights on Saturday falling to the Spring Dekaney Wildcats 34-14.
Leading 7-0 after the first quarter, Dekaney capitalized on great field position and what could be viewed as Steele's biggest turnover of the season.
Entering the game Tommy Armstrong hadn't thrown a single interception until the second quarter when he was picked off by Dekaney's Jarrett Irving which led to a Trey Williamson touchdown to put the Wildcats up 20-7.
Spring Dekaney would take a two score lead into halftime and go on to ice the game with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
The loss for Knights is the first this season and snaps a 28-game winning streak dating back to last season.