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Eight Devils Find The End Zone In Blowout Of Volunteer

Eight Devils Find The End Zone In Blowout Of Volunteer
Written by 
David Painter
September 17, 2022

Greeneville spread the ball around on Friday night with eight different players finding the end zone on the way to blowing by the Volunteer Falcons 54-0.

Greeneville continue the perfect season running their record to 5-0, 3-0 in Region 1-4A, and will travel to unbeaten Dobyns-Bennett next week to play the 6A Indians.

Coach Spradlen said “I’m proud of how hard everyone played tonight, it wasn’t just the starters it was everyone” when talking about having eight different guys scoring touchdowns tonight.

Mason laws started the scoring with 10:41 left in the first quarter by grabbing an 11-yard pass from Brady Quillen to put the Greene Devils up 6-0 after the missed extra point.

Quillen went 5-for-5 for 55 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the win.

With 6:05 left in the first quarter Damien Short ran up the middle 10-yards to put the Greene Devils up 13-0.

After the Falcons drove down the field Noah Murray picked off a Carson Christian pass and ran it back for a 100-yard pick-six that extended the Greene Devil lead to 20-0 with 3:20 left in the first quarter.

With 1:03 left in the first quarter Carson Quillen would run up the middle eight yards to make the Greene Devil lead 27-0.

In the second, quarter with 10:36 left, Amanuel Dickson would get into the endzone with a two-yard touchdown run up the middle that made the lead 34-0.

Quarterback Corbin Cannon ran around the corner tot the right for an eight-yard touchdown to push the Greene Devil lead to 41-0

Zac Chrisman got in on the touchdown action with a two-yard burst up the middle to make the Greene Devils lead to 48-0 going into halftime.

The third quarter started with Maddox Bishop going off tackle to the left for and 11-yard touchdown that set the final margin at 54-0.

Greeneville had 288 yards of offense on Friday while working from a short field for most of the night, while Volunteer was held to 106 yards and three first downs.

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