Kam Harris-Lusk scored four touchdowns, as Fairview clinched at least a share of the 3A Region 6 Football title with a 56-0 blowout of Harpeth.
The Yellowjackets led 49-0 at half, and have won six straight.
Brock Harris opened the scoring by hitting Blake Russell with a 60-yard pass just 1:08 into the night, giving the Yellowjackets at 7-0 lead.
Harris hit Harris-Lusk with a touchdown to make it 14-0 with 6:44 left in the first quarter, then, Harris-Lusk added a 5-yard touchdown rush, the failed conversion attempt keeping the score at 20-0.
Harris then hit Harris-Lusk with a 2-yard, second-quarter touchdown pass, with Decarlos Moore-Miller adding the 2-point conversion.
Then, Harris and Harris-Lusk connected on their third scoring pass of the first half. A Kyle King punt return and a Thomas Sloan interception return accounted for the next two touchdowns.
Jacob Clevinger scored on a 20-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Fairview (6-1) has just one remaining region game, that coming Oct. 26 against Cheatham County. The only two one-loss teams are Camden Central and Sycamore, meaning that even if the Yellowjackets lost to Cheatham County, which entered Friday 1-2 in the region, it would win the tie-breaker by virtue of beating both teams.
Fairview travels to Ravenwood next week