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Devils Storm Past Rutledge For Title

Originally published: 2012-09-26 11:00:00
Last modified: 2012-09-26 11:00:32

Greeneville Takes 28-6 Victory, Finishes

A Perfect 7-0 In Middle Eight Conference

RUTLEDGE - The Greeneville Middle School football team completed a perfect regular season Tuesday night with a dominating 28-6 road victory at Rutledge.

Both teams entered the contest with identical 6-0 records, leaving The Greene Devils as the 2012 Middle Eight Conference champions.

Offensively, Greeneville was led by quarterback Nash Newberry, who completed 5-of-6 passing for 98 yards and two touchdowns.

The Devils ran for 125 yards on 23 carries with Takeem Young and Newberry accounting for 39 yards each. Haydn Shuffler added 31 yards on six carries. Young also ran for a touchdown.

Holden Guinn and Donavan Barner each caught a touchdown. Guinn hauled in three passes for 54 yards.

Barner had a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Greeneville's defensive effort was led by Leau-Alston Williams' seven tackles. Cody Hartness and six stops, followed by Tee Anderson with five and Jostyn Ricker with four.

The Greene Devils and Rutledge will meet up again on October 6 as they square off in a Middle Eight Conference Bowl Game at Morristown's Burke-Toney Stadium.

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