Snider might have gotten a shutout had Bishop Luers not benefited from an official's call late in the Panthers' 10-7 win Friday at Spuller Stadium.
The Panthers thought they had an interception near the goal-line in the fourth quarter, but an official called pass interference.
There was some confusion initially of whether it was offensive pass interference on Luers or a defensive infraction against Snider.
Eventually, the ball went to Luers (and the yards for the penalty).
Mike Rogers' 21-yard touchdown catch came just a couple of plays later and cut the Panthers' lead to 10-7 with five minutes remaining.
"Defensively we were close to getting a pick," Snider coach Kurt Tippmann said. "I would love to see the film and see that penalty on film. We were this close, so we just had to stay in there and keep doing things right."
Luers would get another chance a couple of minutes later when Snider tried a fake punt, but Weston Painter was stopped short of the first down on a direct snap and rush attempt.
The Knights would eventually have to punt themselves and not cash in on that opportunity.
"You can blame that on me," Tippmann said of the fake punt, although it's not quite clear whether the fake attempt was called by the coaches or an audible by the players.