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Steel-High has been one of the highest-scoring teams in the Mid-Penn throughout the 2020 season, but last Saturday, it came down to a field goal to decide who went to the state finals.

The Rollers were able to edge past Bishop Guilfoyle 16-14 to advance to their third state championship finals appearance. Here’s who will be coming to Hersheypark Stadium wearing blue and white on Friday.

--Watch Steel-High players and coaches talk about the path to the state finals--

Players are listed in numerical order:

Meet the team Steel High football

#1 Alex Erby

Class: Freshman

Position: Quarterback/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels good. But we know we’ve got one job and one goal only. To win a state championship and that’s what we’ve got to do as a team.”

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#2 Damein Hammonds

Class: Senior

Position: Wide receiver/cornerback

On playing in the state championship game: “It’s a blessing to be honest. We overcame a lot of obstacles this season playing tougher teams that we weren’t really supposed to beat, but all in all, we’ve worked all summer for this, all four-hour film sessions, three-hour, 106-degree weather. We worked hard for this. I’m just proud to be here.”

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#3 Daivin Pryor

Class: Junior

Position: Wide receiver/safety

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels real good. I’m very confident about the game. I think we can do it. Our linebacker crew is pretty good, our DB core is good, our linemen and our freshman quarterback is outstanding and our receiving corps, they’re excellent so I think we have a good chance at winning now.”

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#4 Odell Greene

Class: Senior

Position: Running back/safety

On playing in the state championship game: “I’m feeling very confident. I know that our team, I mean we’ve been working all season. I know that we’re going to be ready and come out here and just play, just another week of football. It’s just very important. I mean we’ve been training all offseason, so we’re ready to come and play.”

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#5 Tyrone Moore

Class: Junior

Position: Wide receiver/defensive back

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels good. This is my first time ever playing in a championship game. Only time I played was when I was younger and like Pop Warner League. I’m ready to go. Ready to get these boys a state championship, bring one home to the city.”

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#7 Tyshaun Holland-Ali

Class: Sophomore

Position: Running back/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “Feels pretty good. We’ve been working all season for it, in the offseason, the weight room. We have great chemistry too so it feels good playing for guys like this.”

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#8 Tyrek Warren

Class: Senior

Position: Running back/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels great. We worked hard and we’ve been working out ever since the summer and like it finally feels good to put everything together.”

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#9 Mehki Flowers

Class: Junior

Position: Wide receiver/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “We’re feeling really confident to this point coming off of a good win against Bishop Guilfoyle and Old Forge, two really good programs so we’re feel really good coming into Friday.”

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#10 Jaeion Perry

Class: Freshman

Position: Running back/linebacker/punter

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels great. Just playing with this team, it’s just amazing. It feels like if we come together, we can be really good.”

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#12 Amari Williams

Class: Freshman

Position: Wide receiver/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “As a freshman, it’s a lot of pressure, but think I’m going to rise to the occasion, put on a nice little show for everybody. Honestly really grateful to be here, have this opportunity.”

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#13 Anthony Johnson

Class: Junior

Position: Wide receiver/safety

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels amazing to have the opportunity to still play. Other teams are kicked out because of COVID and it feels amazing that we’ve made it this far. All the hard work we put in the offseason and being able to make it this far.”

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#14 Zaki Lewis

Class: Sophomore

Position: Quarterback/safety

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels great. It feels great. This is my first year playing high school football and first year I’m going to the state championship, so it’s great.”

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#15 Zaheim Lewis

Class: Senior

Position: Wide receiver/defensive end

On playing in the state championship game: “Awesome. Amazing feeling man. I’m just happy to be here. To be a part of a program like this.”

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#16 Bryan Hernandez

Class: Senior

Position: Kicker/punter

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels amazing being in the state championship, first time in my life. Going to be a huge game.”

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#17 Jaheim Bond

Class: Senior

Position: Linebacker/running back

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels pretty good. Especially it being my last year, being a senior, being able to go out with a bang.”

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#18 Tavien Jones

Class: Sophomore

Position: Wide receiver/safety

On playing in the state championship game: “I’m excited because this is only my second year playing football and I just transferred here from Chambersburg so my first year coming to the team, we’re playing in the state championship, that’s pretty big.”

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#20 Tylishaun Parker

Class: Sophomore

Position: Running back/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels good. This is only my first year on varsity. I noticed that we’ve been working hard, we’ve been on 6th Street Hill, running up and down.”

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#21 Durrell Cesar

Class: Freshman

Position: Wide receiver/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “Feel good just being there.”

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#22 Travion Peterson

Class: Junior

Position: Running back/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels good to play in the state championship.”

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#24 Taeyon Bratton

Class: Junior

Position: Running back/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: “Feels good just going out there, go hard.”

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#50 Tyhri Duncan

Class: Senior

Position: Offensive guard/defensive tackle

On playing in the state championship game: “It’s going to be great because as you know, last year, we didn’t make it to this point so it’s a big first for me being in the state championship. I feel great being here for the first time.”

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#51 Marlyn Davis

Class: Junior

Position: Offensive tackle/defensive tackle

On playing in the state championship game: “It’s crazy I mean it’s my first year playing football so I didn’t really for my first year to be like this, but for being a part of this great team and great program, it’s truly a blessing.”

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#52 Tydre Holland-Ali

Class: Senior

Position: Offensive guard/defensive end

On playing in the state championship game: “I feel confident. I think we’ve been prepared for this opportunity and we’re prepared to go up against them head to head.”

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#53 Andrew Erby Jr.

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive guard/defensive tackle

On playing in the state championship game: “Feels great to have the opportunity as a freshman, and we’re looking to bring home the W.”

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#55 Marcus Martinez

Class: Senior

Position: Center/defensive tackle

On playing in the state championship game: “Amazing actually. I remember just being around like 5 or 6 when my brother went back-to-back in the 07, 08 years and I’ve just been chasing that.”

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#56 Eugene Green

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive guard/linebacker

On playing in the state championship game: " Feels great to be here. Been practicing all year for this. We’ve finally made it.”

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#75 Kiyler Raye-William

Class: Senior

Position: Offensive guard/defensive tackle

On playing in the state championship game: “It feels really amazing because it can really show you what hard work and determination can get you. And at first, no, it won’t be easy. Even at the end it won’t be easy. But one day it all pays off.”

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Steelton-Highspire is the 2020 Pennsylvania Class 1A state champ after the Steamrollers beat Jeannette 32-20 Friday at HersheyPark Stadium. It was the Steamrollers’ third overall state high school football championship.

The key to victory were two Pick 6’s in the fourth quarter.

Below you can read a game recap from EasternPAFootball.com.

Steel High Survives Jeanette to Claim 1A Title 32-20

Damein Hammonds and Odell Greene each have a faint recollection of what it was like. The Steelton-Highspire senior tandem were barely waist high when they were shivering in the Hersheypark Stadium stands over a decade ago.

That, they remember.

There was one thing about that chilly December day in 2008—the Steamrollers won the Class 1A state title (35-16 over Clairton).

On a grey Friday afternoon, under considerably warmer conditions at Hersheypark Stadium, Hammonds and Greene forged their own memories, leading Steelton-Highspire to a 32-20 victory over District 7 champion Jeannette in the PIAA Class 1A state finals.

Greene rushed for a game-high 195 yards on 35 carries, including a second-quarter touchdown, and Hammonds clinched the game on a 74-yard interception return with 1:27 left to play as Jeannette was driving for the go-ahead score.

“To be honest, I can’t even put this into words,” Hammonds said. “I never thought I would hear that, ‘Steelton-Highspire, state champions,’ but all of the work we put in, it all paid off.

“I just know if my team needs a play, I want to be there to make it.”

Hammonds was.

Trailing 24-20, with 1:27 left, Jeannette had the ball at the Steamrollers’ 26, when the 6-foot-2, 175-pound Hammonds stepped in front of a Robert Smith Sr. pass and returned it 72 yards to save the game.

“They called a screen and lined up heavy to my side, so there were signs they were coming my way,” Hammonds said. “I was here the last time (Steelton-Highspire) won the state championship. I was a little kid freezing my butt off. This is a good feeling. And it’s lot warmer.”

Winning can be warming.

It also cut Greene a few breaks. The senior tailback had fumbled twice in the fourth quarter, one that almost set up Jeannette’s go-ahead score, and another costly fumble that gave the Jayhawks another chance.

“The fumble there at the end, that was a bad mistake by me, because I should have tucked the ball (on the interception),” Greene said. “I’ve known Damein since birth and have played with all of these guys since pee-wee football. It’s great to win it with them, but Damein is my best friend and he really came through for me and our team.”

Steelton-Highspire coach Andrew Erby is in his late-30s, but looks as young as his players. The state championship concludes a trying season for Erby, who has had to juggle things like every high school football coach across the country with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jeannette held two leads, 7-0 and 14-7, before Steelton-Highspire responded with 17 unanswered points to take control of the game.

“This is special, it’s special for our community and this started way back in March,” Erby said. “This is a group of people who were willing to work together, and I had a feeling we could get here in the beginning of the season.

“The hard part was the hard work done behind the scenes. There was a lot that went into this and we said after this how much of a blessing it was to play. These kids will remember the adversity they went through as a life lesson to never give up.

“I think that’s what I’ll take away from this.”

(Summary)

Steelton-Highspire (10-0) 7-7-3-15-32

Jeannette (10-2) 7-7-0-6-20

First-Quarter

Jean. – Brett Birch for 34 yards from Robert Smith Sr. (Robert Smith Sr. kick), 6:15

SH – Mehki Flowers for 50 yards pass from Alex Erby (Bryan Hernandez kick), 3:10

Second-Quarter

Jean. – Smith 4 run (Smith kick), 6:17

SH – Odell Greene 1 run (Hernandez kick), :18

Third-Quarter

SH – Hernandez 22 FG, 3:58

Fourth-Quarter

SH – Daivin Pryor 79 INT return (Hernandez kick), 6:28

Jean. – James Sanders 47 pass from Smith (kick failed), 5:57

SH – Damein Hammonds 72 INT return (Pryor run), 1:27

Joseph Santoliquito is an award-winning sportswriter who has been covering high school football since 1992 and is the president of the Boxing Writers Association of America. He can be followed on twitter @JSantoliquito. Follow EasternPAFootball.com on Twitter @EPAFootball.

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