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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • No. 22 Lady Dogs defeat Georgia Southern
    Merritt Hempe scored 17 points and Shacobia Barbee added 16 as No. 22 Georgia reeled off several impressive scoring runs to defeat Georgia Southern 93-52 on Tuesday night.
  • Hutchins' 32 leads Nighthawks past FVSU
    Behind a season-high 32 points from Kelsey Hutchins, the North Georgia women's basketball team moved to 5-0 with a 91-78 win over Fort Valley State University on Tuesday evening in UNG's Memorial Hall.
  • Boys basketball: Lumpkin falls to Pinecrest Academy
    Lumpkin County let an early lead slip away in a 67-50 loss to Pinecrest Academy Tuesday.
  • Pre-game incident sparks Wolves to big win over Mary Persons (VIDEO)
    Never disturb a sleeping giant.
  • Thomas leads Commerce to first playoff win since '09
    Will Thomas rushed for 162 yards and four touchdowns to lead Commerce to a 37-7 win over Clinch County Friday in the opening round of the Class A Public playoffs.
  • Girls basketball: Chestatee drops season-opener to River Ridge
    The Chestatee girls basketball team dropped its season opener with a tough 50-45 loss to River Ridge Friday night.
  • Boys basketball: Lumpkin holds off Towns in 3-point contest
    Jack Howard drained five 3-pointers as part of his game-high 26 points to lead Lumpkin County to a 69-59 win over Towns County Friday night.
  • Benedictine too much for Rabun County
    Benedictine scored 35 consecutive points in the second and third quarters to pull away for a 42-9 win over Rabun County Friday night in the second round of the Class AA playoffs.
  • Ga. State falls to Colorado State on the road
    Stanton Kidd had 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead Colorado State to an 80-70 win over Georgia State on Friday night.
  • PLAYOFF PREVIEWS: Area teams shoot for quarterfinal berths
    After a stunning opening round of the state football playoffs, only six teams in northeast Georgia remain standing. But while the quantity of teams has greatly diminished, the quality of those left more than makes up for the losses.
  • Softball: Region 8-AAAA All-Region announced; Lady Wolves sweep top awards
    Buford dominated the Region 8-AAAA All-Region girls softball team.
  • Falcons K Bryant might be having best season at 39
    Matt Bryant shows his age a bit when trying to describe the feeling that comes over him before he goes out on the field to attempt a crucial field goal.
  • No. 24 Georgia women overtake Ohio State on the road
    Tiaria Griffin scored 16 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, to lead No. 24 Georgia to a 67-59 comeback win over Ohio State on Wednesday night.
  • Mercer leads early, holds off Kennesaw State
    Jibri Bryan scored 15 points and Darious Moten added 14 to lead Mercer in a 74-66 victory over Kennesaw State on Wednesday night.
  • Softball: All-Region 7-AAA team announced
    The 2014 All-Region 7-AAA softball team was released Wednesday.
  • Gantt's fire sparks Wolves at right time
    It was bitter cold. The Wolves were leading just 7-0. Something was needed to warm things up for Buford last week after a sluggish first quarter against Southeast Whitfield in the first round of the Class AAAA playoffs.
  • Boys basketball: Knights roll to win over Lumpkin County
    Ty Cockfield and Rodrick English each posted double-doubles to lead the Johnson boys basketball team to an 88-62 win over Lumpkin County Tuesday night.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Tigers rout Pickens in season-opener
    The Dawson County girls basketball team opened its season in impressive style Tuesday.
  • Mann carries Georgia past Stony Brook
    Charles Mann scored 16 points and had nine rebounds to lead Georgia to an 80-70 victory over Stony Brook in the first round of the NIT Season Tip-Off on Tuesday.
  • Bryant leads struggling Lakers past Hawks
    Kobe Bryant scored 28 points and the Lakers held on for just their second win, beating the Atlanta Hawks 114-109 on Tuesday night.
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