Streaks

Overall Winning Streaks

Greeneville has currently won 73 conference games and twelve conference championships in a row. Their 30 game win streak is currently the longest in Tennessee.  GHS is also on a 38 game regular season winning streak.  Out of the 1,440 game minutes played, Greeneville only trailed for a total of 67 minutes, 1 second.


30 - From August 28, 2017 to November 29, 2018.  Began with a season opening win over Dobyns Bennett 35-21 and continued through two STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES.  During this thirty game stretch, GHS only trailed to Dobyns Bennett in the regular season in 2017, Anderson County in the 3rd round playoff game of 2017, and to Haywood in the 2018 State Championship Game.


16 - From Aug. 20, 2010 to Aug. 19, 2011.  Began with a season opening win at Jefferson County 34-7 and included 2010 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP win over Trezevant 60-12.  Ended with a 10-14 loss on Aug. 26, 2011, at Morristown in the second game of the 2011 season.  It included the third perfect regular season in school history, the 2010 season, as Greeneville went 10-0.  


15 - 2017 Championship Season.  Began August 18, 2017, with a 35-21 win over Dobyns Bennett and continued with the 4A Championship Game win over Springfield 54-13.  It included the school's sixth perfect regular season.


13 - From Sep. 09, 2011 to Dec. 3, 2011.  Began with a 48-14 win at Franklin County and included 2011 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP win over Maplewood 37-0.  Ended with a 21-49 season opening on Aug. 17, 2012, at Science Hill.


12 - From Aug. 30, 2013 to Nov. 15, 2013.  Began with a season opening win at Morristown West 40-0 and ended with a 20-40 loss at Fulton on Nov. 22, 2013, in the third round of the TSSAA Playoffs.  It included the fourth perfect regular season in school history.


12 - From Aug. 28, 1998 to Nov. 13, 1998.  Began with a 35-12 season opening win over Chuckey Doak and ended with a 14-43 loss to Elizabethton on Nov. 20, 1998, in the third round of the TSSAA Playoffs.  It included the school's second perfect regular season.


12 - From Oct. 03, 1947 to Oct. 08, 1948.  Ended with a 0-12 loss at Morristown on Oct. 15, 1948.


11 - From Aug. 19, 2016 to Nov. 04, 2016.   Began iwth a season opening win at Anderson County 55-9 and ended with a 14-16 loss to Knox Central in the second round of the TSSAA Playoffs.  It included the school's fifth perfect regular season.


11 - From Oct. 10, 1941 to Oct. 30, 1942.  Began with a 34-0 win at Cocke County and ended with a 0-6 loss at Johnson City in the first game of the 1943 season.  It included the schools first perfect season, 1942, when Greeneville was 7-0.


10 - From Sep. 04, 2015, to Nov. 13, 2015.  Began with a 51-0 win at Volunteer and ended with a 21-35 loss at home to Knox Catholic in the third round of the TSSAA Playoffs.


10 - From Sept. 5, 2014 to Nov. 07, 2014.  Began with a 42-0 win at Chuckey Doak and ended with a 20-21 loss at Sullivan South on Nov. 14, 2104, in the first round of the TSSAA Playoffs.


10 - From Sept. 19, 2008 to Nov. 21, 2008.  Began with a 41-19 win at Cocke County and ended with a 6-33 loss to Maryville in the fourth round of the TSSAA Playoffs.



Overall Losing Streaks

9 - The 1940 season recorded no wins.  The closest games were a 1 point loss to Virginia High and 6 point losses to Cocke County and Gate City, Virginia.  However, Greeneville only managed to score two touchdowns (12 points total) the entire season.


8 - The 1975 season saw Greeneville win only the season opener against Farragut and the season closer against Sullivan East.


7 - From a Tobacco Bowl loss at the end of the 1952 season through an 0-6 start to the 1953 season.  Ended with a 32-0 win over Blue Ridge, North Carolina.


7 - October 6, 1967, to September 13, 1968.  Greenville started the 1967 season 4-1, losing only a close game at Tennessee High, before going on a five game skid to end the season.  The Devils also lost the first two games of the 1968 season.


7 - Greeneville lost seven games twice during the early years of the program, in 1925-26 and in 1927-28.  However, records are scare for those seasons and contain gaps in dates.


6 - The 2-8 1966 season included a six game losing streak to finish the year.


5 - Five different occasions.

Regular Season Win Streaks

28 -  Sep. 04, 2015 to Oct. 27, 2017.  Began with a 51-0 win at Volunteer and continued across two perfect 10-0 seasons in 2016 and 2017.


16 - Oct. 02. 2009 to Aug. 19, 2011.  Began with a 44-0 win at West Greene and continued through the 26-18 season opening win over Science Hill in 2011.  It included the perfect 10-0 season of 2010.


15 - Sep. 28, 2012 to Nov. 01, 2013.  Began with a Homecoming win over West Greene 55-0 and ended with the final game of the regular season of 2013, a 68-0 win at Cumberland Gap.  It included the perfect 10-0 regular season of 2013.


12 - Aug. 28, 1998 to Sep. 03, 1999.  Began with a  season opening win over Chuckey Doak 35-12 and concluded with a 28-8 win over Cocke County in the second game of the 1999 season.  It included the perfect 10-0 regular season of 1998.


12 - Oct. 03, 1947 to Oct. 08, 1948.  Began with a 57-0 win over Farragut and continued through a 46-0 win over Mountain City the next season.  


11 - Oct. 08, 1993 to Oct. 07, 1994.  Began with a Homecoming win over David Crockett 42-14 and continued the rest of the 1993 season and through the 47-0 win over David Crockett in 1994.  While the streak began on Homecoming, it was also ended on Homecoming, with a 24-25 loss to Elizabethton in 1994.


11 - Oct. 10, 1941 to Oct. 30, 1942.  Began with a 34-0 win over Cocke County and included the entire 1942 season, which was a perfect 7-0 season, the first in school history.  During that span, Greeneville recorded 8 shoutouts and allowed only two touchdowns and a total of 14 points (2 touchdowns and one safety).  


Between Oct. 10, 1941 and Sep. 21, 1945, Greeneville recorded only one loss.  During that time, they were 19-1-4, losing only to Science Hill 0-6.  For the first 16 games of that streak, they only allowed 32 points, with five opponents scoring one touchdown each and one opponent scoring a safety.



Home Win Streaks

Record At Burley Stadium:  387-158-24


22 - From October 16, 2009 to November 25, 2011.  It included 10 playoff game wins  and ended with the 2012 season opening loss to Morristown West 28-31.  


18 - From September 13, 1996 to November 13, 1998.  It included Greeneville's second perfect regular season (the 10-0 1998 season) and ended with a Quarterfinal playoff loss to Elizabethton 14-43.  That game saw the return of future NFL star Jason Witten, who had missed the regular season game due to injury.


13 - From November 5, 1937 to September 22, 1939.  It ended with a 6-14 loss to Knox Central on October 6, 1939.


12 - From September 12, 2014 to November 13, 2015.  Ended by a Quarterfinal playoff loss to Knox Catholic 21-35.


12 - From September 7, 2012 to November 15, 2013.  Ended with the 2014 season opening loss to Morristown West 14-21.


10 - From Oct. 12, 1984 to August 29, 1986.  Ended by a 15-22 loss to Cocke County on September 12, 1986.


10 - From August 18, 2017 to the end of the 2017 season.  Included four playoff games and wins and a perfect regular season.


* Since 2009, Caine Ballard's first season, Greeneville is 64-5 at Burley Stadium, with two of those five losses coming to Morristown West.  Greeneville has outscored their opponents 3,202-704 during that time and there have been 18 shutouts.

Home Losing Streaks

7 - The 1926 and 1927 years have no recorded wins, however record are scarce from that time and there are gaps in dates with no recorded games.


7 - Began on October 24, 1969 with a 7-21 loss to Science Hill and included the entire 1970 home game schedule.  It ended with a 28-6 win in the opening game of the 1971 season.


5 - Began with a 0-12 loss to Unicoi County on September 13, 1940, and continued through the rest of that season, losing all five home games that season.  It ended with a 6-0 win over Cocke County in 1941.


4 - Began with a 19-20 Tobacco Bowl loss to Spring City at the end of the 1952 season and ended with a 32-0 win over Blue Ridge, North Carolina, on November 6, 1953.


3 - Ten different occasions.