The Estevan Lions Club Steelers were a few seconds away from picking up their second win of the season when it was taken away from them.
The Regina Dinos completed a Hail Mary pass on the last play of the game to earn a come-from-behind 38-36 victory over the Steelers on Sunday in Regina Minor Football bantam action.
Steelers head coach Phil Zajac said his team had led for the entire game up to that point.
Running back Levi Pick led the Steelers with two rushing touchdowns and another through the air.
Kolby Dyck and Matt Haux each caught a touchdown pass and Mitchel Clark ran an interception back 65 yards for a major.
The Steelers led 24-20 at the half.
Zajac said it was a strong all-around effort for his squad despite losing it on the last play of the game.
"(Quarterback) Justin (Taillon) played a great game all-around. Our offence marched the ball up and down the field. The defence, again, they never marched the ball on us, it was just (a few) big plays basically. They weren't able to put together any 90-yard drives."
The Steelers fell to 1-6 on the season, while the fourth-place Dinos improved to 4-3.
Zajac said he was upset with the officiating, as the Steelers were assessed 24 penalties and had two touchdowns called back.
"I hate to say anything negative about the officiating, but we basically got screwed by the refs," he said.
Zajac noted that the Steelers have scored 142 points over their last three games, something he doesn't think any Estevan team has ever done.
The Steelers will try to carry that momentum into Saturday's game against the undefeated Regina Raiders, which is their last regular season tilt.
"We've already put in a few defences that are especially for the Raiders, in preparation for this Saturday," he said. "On offence, we're not going to add any plays. Our offence is running fantastic."