RUTLEDGE - Greeneville overcame a slow start on the road Friday night to roll to a 48-7 victory over Grainger.
The Greene Devils finished with 471 yards of total offense, with 196 of those coming on 18 rushes by Tanner Stewart.
With the win, Greeneville locked up the outright District 2-AA regular season championship. The Devils are 6-3 overall and a perfect 5-0 in the league.
The matchup featured the top two teams in the district standings entering Friday night, but the Grizzlies fared no better than the rest of the league has against the Devils.
Grainger finished with 198 yards, but managed only 72 rushing yards on 44 carries. Lance Morton completed 7-of-23 passes for 119 yards, but also threw four interceptions in the loss.
Greeneville quarterback Zack Finchum completed 12-of-19 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 85 yards and three scores.
Over the past two weeks, Finchum has accounted for ten touchdowns running and passing combined.
Greeneville scored just one touchdown in the first 21-plus minutes of the contest, It came on a 12-yard run by Finchum.
But Finchum ran for two more touchdowns in the final 2:36 of the opening half to give the Devils a 21-0 cushion at the break.
Finchum hooked up with Malcom Blair for a 19-yard touchdown strike early in the third quarter.
Stewart rushed for a touchdown in the fourth, and after a Grainger turnover, Finchum found Culbreth open for a two-yard touchdown pass to make it 41-0.
Morton hooked up with Josh Kitts with 3:42 left in the game to break up the shutout.
Greeneville wraps up its regular season next week with a home game against Claiborne.