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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Boys basketball: Falcons fall to Brookwood
    Jamaad Stephens scored 18 points but it wasn't enough to carry Flowery Branch to a win in the Deep South Classic Friday night.
  • Gaston powers Fordham past Georgia Tech
    Chris Gaston scored 23 points and grabbed 17 rebounds as Fordham beat Georgia Tech 72-66 on Thursday night.
  • Boys basketball: Trojans whip North Forsyth
    North Hall improved to 9-3 with a solid 65-43 thumping of North Forsyth Thursday in JHS Holiday Shootout.
  • Girls basketball: Chestatee rallies to beat South Paulding
    Chestatee used a 22-10 third quarter to rally from a frist half deficit to beat South Paulding 59-56 Thursday in the Lake City Classic tournament at Allatoona High School.
  • Boys basketball: JHS beats Forsyth Central, pushes win streak to 3
    The Johnson boys basketball team pushed its win streak to three with a 55-48 victory over Forsyth Central Thursday night in the JHS Holiday Shootout.
  • Girls basketball: Towns beats Dawson for 3rd in Battle of the States
    Towns County hit 14 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold on for a 68-57 win over Dawson County in the girls third place game of the Battle of the States Tournament.
  • Boys basketball: Dawson takes third in Battle of the States
    Gunnar Armstrong scored 11 points to lead Dawson County to a 43-31 win over Polk (Tenn.) Thursday night in the third place in the Battle of the States tournament.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Wolves fall to top 10 Hoover, (Ala.)
    The Buford girls basketball team finished a stretch of seven games in 10 days against several nationally ranked teams Thursday night with a 48-35 loss to top 10 Hoover, (Alaa.) in the Peach State Jump Off Classic at Holy Innocents.
  • Boys basketball: Buford routs Harrison in Converse tourney
    Isaiah Williams poured in 17 points to lead the Buford boys to a 73-46 rout of Harrison Thursday in the Converse Invitational at Columbia High School.
  • Hawks win second straight, drop Wizards
    Through two games, the Atlanta Hawks have not trailed, they've displayed impressive scoring balance and they've won in back-to-back days by a combined margin of 54 points.
  • Georgia's 2012 schedule includes visit to Missouri
    Georgia's 2012 schedule includes an early visit to new Southeastern Conference member Missouri.
  • SEC rolls out 2012 schedule based on division play
    The Southeastern Conference has unveiled its 2012 football schedule with its two newest members Missouri and Texas A&M opening play Sept. 8, and Alabama will visit LSU in a rematch of the Bowl Championship Series national championship Nov. 3.
  • No. 17 Georgia women rout Furman
    With starting point guard Jasmine James resting a sore knee, No. 17 Georgia turned to its version of Larry Bird to record an 83-58 win over Furman on Wednesday night.
  • Girls basketball: North Hall holds off Forsyth Central
    Mary Kate Rushton poured in 21 points to go with 10 rebounds to lead North Hall to a 76-71 win over Forsyth Central Wednesday in the Holiday Shootout at the Johnson gym.
  • Boys basketball: Johnson knocks off N. Forsyth
    The Johnson boys hit nine free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off North Forsyth 60-53 wednesday night in the JHS Holiday Shootout.
  • Girls basketball: Johsnon falls to N. Forsyth
    North Forsyth held Johnson to just 12 first half points in taking a 61-29 win Wednesday.
  • Girls basketball: Union beats Dawson in Battle of States tourney
    The Union County girls outscored Dawson County 19-8 in the third quarter to blow open a close game en route to a 63-47 win in the Battle of the States Tournament at Towns County high school.
  • Boys basketball: Tigers fall in Battle of the States tourney
    Tyler Dominy scored 22 points for Dawson County but it wasn't enough to help the Tigers beat Southside (Ala.) Wednesday in the Battle of the States at Towns County High.
  • Williams leads Hawks past Nets in opener
    Marvin Williams had 14 points and nine rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks opened a double-digit lead early and cruised to a 106-70 victory over the sluggish Nets on Tuesday night in their final home opener in New Jersey.
  • Georgia needs overtime to beat Winthrop
    Gerald Robinson scored 22 points and fellow guard Dustin Ware 20 points, and they hit clutch free throws and field goals to lead Georgia over Winthrop 92-86 in overtime Tuesday night.
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