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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Playoffs, week 1: Thrillers, gut-wrenchers as five area teams move on
    The opening round pairings of the high school football playoffs Friday night offered some intriguing matchups that lived up to the billing. It also offered several big-time programs a chance to show they are once again serious contenders for state titles.
  • Indians rally to beat Cedartown
    Stephens County snapped a three-game playoff losing streak Friday night with a thrilling 21-14 win over Cedartown in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs.
  • Prayers answered: Hail Mary saves Falcons against Johns Creek
    After a wild first half, it figured to go down to the final play between Flowery Branch and Johns Creek in their Class AAAA first round playoff game Friday night. And it did.
  • Dogs beat Wofford in tough opener
    Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 15 points, Dustin Ware added 14 and Georgia held off Wofford for a 62-49 victory in the season opener for both teams on Friday night.
  • Tech tops Rattlers in Gregory's debut
    Brandon Reed had 16 points and Georgia Tech overcame the suspension of Glen Rice Jr., the team's leading returning scorer, to beat Florida A&M 92-59 on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.
  • Eagles fall to Valpo in season-opener
    Ryan Broekhoff had 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead five Valparaiso players in double figures as the Crusaders defeated Georgia Southern 90-81 on Friday night.
  • 'Experienced' Falcons ready for 2011 playoffs
    If experience has taught Lee Shaw anything, it's that experience doesn't matter.
  • Murray leads Dogs to rout of NMST; Georgia controls own destiny
    Aaron Murray threw five second-quarter touchdown passes, former walk-on receiver Brandon Harton ran for 98 yards and No. 18 Georgia won its seventh straight game by cruising past New Mexico State 63-16 on Saturday.
  • STATE CHAMPS: Branch boys claim title in Carrollton; North Hall boys 2nd
    The Flowery Branch boys cross country team keeps running its way to the top...
  • Watson, Gladiators stun Falcons; Branch waiting on draw
    For one half, Flowery Branch looked to be on its way to its first-ever region championship. Clarke Centralís Quenshaun Watson had other plans, however...
  • Indians get win in season finale
    Ian McIntosh returned a kickoff 85 yards to help spark Lumpkin County to 31-21 win over West Hall Friday at West Hall Stadium in both teamsí season finale.
  • Chestatee beats Johnson, snaps losing streak
    Chestatee used a pair of third quarter touchdowns to break a halftime tie with Johnson en route to a 28-13 win in both teamsí season finales Friday at Billy Ellis Stadium.
  • North Georgia runners ready to leave Carrollton with medals
    There have been plenty of times over the past decade when north Georgia's distance runners have made west Georgia their own...
  • Georgia Tech upsets No. 6 Clemson
    Tevin Washington rushed for 176 yards - the most ever by a Georgia Tech quarterback - and broke the two longest runs of his career, leading a 31-17 upset of No. 6 Clemson that likely snuffed out the Tigers' national title hopes Saturday night.
  • Dogs' end streak vs. Gators
    Aaron Murray threw two touchdown passes on fourth down, and the 22nd-ranked Bulldogs overcame several mistakes to beat Southeastern Conference rival Florida 24-20 Saturday and keep pace with South Carolina in the Eastern Division.
  • App State knocks off No. 1 Ga. Southern
    Jamal Jackson threw for three touchdowns and Appalachian State's defense stood firm in the fourth quarter in a 24-17 victory over previously unbeaten Georgia Southern on Saturday.
  • No. 11 Sooners roll over No. 10 K-State
    Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five touchdowns, Ryan Broyles caught 14 passes for 171 yards and a score, and No. 11 Oklahoma bounced back from a stunning defeat to beat the previously unbeaten and 10th-ranked Kansas 58-17 Saturday.
  • Week 10: Prep playoff picture comes sharply into focus
    The playoff picture became much clearer for some teams while others played themselves into the opportunity for post-season play after Friday night's high school football action.
  • Vikings clinch spot in 8-AA play-in game
    East Hall clinched a spot in next week's Region 8-AA play-in games with a stunning 34-17 win over Banks County at East Hall Stadium Friday night.
  • Wildcats whip rival Winder-Barrow
    Apalachee continued its strong play in the second half of the season with a 47-0 pasting of Winder-Barrow Friday night in Region 8-AAAA.
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