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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Golf: Elephants lead HCC after first day
    The defending champion Gainesville boys leads North Hall by six strokes after the opening day of the Hall County Championships at Royal Lakes Golf Club.
  • Brandon Brown ready to defend NGA win at CGC
    A year ago, Brandon Brown came to Chattahoochee Golf Club looking to break out of a prolonged winless streak on the NGA Pro Golf Tour. This year the former Eastern Kentucky golfer returns for the Milton Martin Honda Classic as one of the favorites.
  • Tennis: West Hall boys smash Walnut Grove
    West Hall dropped just three total games in taking a 5-0 win over Walnut Grove Monday in Region 8B-AAA boys vtennis action.
  • Soccer: Marcano hat trick leads Eagles past E. Jackson
    Ryan Marcano recorded his first hat-trick of the season in leading Riverside Military Academy to a 5-1 win over East Jackson Monday in boys soccer action.
  • Golf: Reece leads Lady Elephants to first round lead at HCC
    Gainesville's Morgan Reece fired a season-low 37 Monday at Royal Lakes Gold Club to help give the Lady Elephants a seven-stroke lead over West Hall Monday after Day 1 of the Hall County Championships.
  • Richt, Grantham get contract extensions
    Georgia coach Mark Richt has agreed to a new five-year contract that will carry him through the 2016 season. Georgia also announced a new three-year contract for defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.
  • Beachy shaky in Braves' loss to St. Louis
    Atlanta starter Brandon Beachy issued five of the Braves' 12 walks in a 5-4 loss Monday in Jupiter, Fla. Atlanta is 1-10 this spring.
  • Georgia's Smith charged with marijuana possession
    Georgia cornerback Branden Smith has been arrested and charged with marijuana possession in Alabama.
  • Golf: Hall County Championships set to begin
    The Hall County Golf Championships figure to be yet another tight affair as the two-day event gets underway Monday at the Royal Lakes Golf Club.
  • A look at the NCAA field
    The good news is the NCAA tournament starts Tuesday. The great news is the word bracketology now will disappear for 11 months.
  • Kentucky, 'Cuse, UNC, Mich State earn top seeds
    Were they minor hiccups or something much bigger? Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina will sort that out over the next three weeks. For now, though, they have "No. 1" by their names - top seeds and beneficiaries of a selection committee that all but ignored their weekend losses and put them in prime position for the NCAA tournament.
  • Josh Smith leads Hawks past Kings
    Josh Smith scored 19 of his 28 points in the second half for the Atlanta Hawks, who defeated the Sacramento Kings for the eighth straight time with a 106-99 victory.
  • Manning spends more than 6 hours at Cardinals HQ
    Peyton Manning spent nearly 6 1/2 hours at the Arizona Cardinals' headquarters and training facility on Sunday in meetings designed to lure the superstar to the desert.
  • Soccer: Falcons hold off Clarke Central
    Leo Manzo provided the only offense in a 1-0 victory for the Flowery Branch boys soccer team over Clarke Central.
  • Soccer: East Hall boys shut out Dragons
    Six different players scored for East Hall as the Vikings took a 6-0 win over Jefferson Friday in boys soccer action.
  • Soccer: East Hall falls to Jefferson
    The East Hall girls soccer team fell 1-6 on the season after a 7-3 loss to Jefferson Friday night.
  • Soccer: Lady Falcons thump Clarke Central
    Cassidy Elrod had three goals and one assist to lead the Flowery Branch girls soccer team to a 9-0 thumping of Clarke Central Friday night.
  • Soccer: Johnson girls win in OT
    Kayln Dumanowsky scored on a pass from Emily Byers with 2:11 left in overtime to lift the Johnson girls soccer team to a 1-0 win over North Hall Friday night.
  • Former Branch standout Barrett named to NCCAA 2nd team All-America
    Former Flowery Branch standout Josh Barrett was selected as second team All American by the National Christian College Athletic Association.
  • Girls playoffs: Buford routs Brooks Co., will battle for fourth straight title
    If there were any questions about whether injuries to several key Buford players would affect the Lady Wolves against Brooks County in the Class AA semifinals Thursday night, the answers came in the first four minutes.
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