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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Lady Saints' Coan tabbed as an All-American
    The awards continue to stack up for junior pitcher Jessica Coan, as the right-hander has been named an Easton All-American following a record-breaking season for the Saints.
  • North Georgia Technical College goes Cross Country
    The pace of change at North Georgia Technical College has picked up again. This fall, along with the transition from quarters to semesters, new building openings, and adjustments to HOPE, NGTC takes another giant step forward entering into college athletics with an inaugural Cross Country team.
  • Baseball: Elephants' Gonzalez, Buford's Clay selected to Jr. Team Georgia
    Two area baseball players will be part of the junior Team Georgia squad that will be playing in a national tournament beginning Friday.
  • Freeman helps Braves beat Marlins in 10 innings
    Derek Lowe took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, loaded the bases and departed with his team up by two runs. Then the real excitement began. The Atlanta Braves survived that scoring threat, gave up the lead one strike from victory, went ahead again in the 10th and escaped another jam to beat the Florida Marlins 3-2.
  • G-Braves rout Mud Hens, pull within one game of Bulls in IL South
    Todd Redmond allowed just one run in seven innings to lead the Gwinnett Braves to a 10-5 win over the Toledo Mud Hens Wednesday.
  • Another memorable day for Bulldogs as MLB Draft concludes
    The Georgia Bulldogs had seven current players and 11 members of its incoming class selected in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft.
  • Rangers Draft Paralyzed UGA Player Jonathan Taylor
    In a very classy move, University of Georgia outfield Jonathan Taylor was selected by the Texas Rangers in the MLB draft on Wednesday.
  • Baseball: Winder's Pentecost taken by Rangers
    Max Pentecost of Winder-Barrow High was selected by the Texas Rangers Tuesday with the 234th overall pick in the Major League Baseball Draft.
  • CHAMPIONS: Wolves baseball takes first title in 34 years
    The dream had to end for one Cinderella team Monday at Gerald McQuaig Field. Fortunately for Buford, the glass sleeper fit just right as the Wolves won their first state baseball title in 34 years with a 5-1 win over Pike County in the deciding game of the two teams' Class AA championship series.
  • Baseball: Buford-Pike split; AA title heads to Game 3 showdown
    In a series many expected to be pitching oriented, the hitters from both Buford and Pike County apparently disregarded the memos in their best-of-three, Class AA state title series Saturday at Gerald McQuaig Field.
  • Baseball: Wolves headed to first title series since Carter years
    It's been more than 30 years since Buford last played for a state baseball title. Monday, the pitching of Georgia Tech signees Jake Burnette and Josh Heddinger sparked the Wolves to a Class AA semifinals sweep of Appling County at Gerald McQuaig Field and a shot at their first title since 1978.
  • Baseball: Wolves roll into Final Four
    There would be no letdown this year for Buford in the quarterfinal round of the Class AA state playoffs. The Wolves dispatched a scrappy Pierce County team in a two-game sweep of their best-of-three series Tuesday with 11-8 and 12-1 wins at Gerald McQuaig Field.
  • Football: Many area schools put a wrap on spring practice
    Even the scouts were in early-season mode when it came to the end of spring football practice for most area schools Friday.
  • Track: Rucker ready to go for double gold at state meet
    Several area athletes had a big day at Day 2 of the Georgia High School Association's girls track and field championships at Hugh Mills Stadium.
  • Phillies rally past Braves
    Raul Ibanez snapped a tie with a run-scoring single in the eighth inning, Ryan Howard hit a three-run homer and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 5-4 on Friday night.
  • Baseball: Warriors fall in instant classic
    Just as White County coach John Brown feared, the pitching depth of Allatoona proved to be too much for the Warriors Thursday in their deciding Game 3 matchup in the second round of the Class AAA playoffs.
  • Baseball: Buford crushes Calhoun in second round sweep
    Buford stormed into the third round of the Class AA playoffs after pummeling Calhoun 12-1 and 15-3 Wednesday in the two teamsí second round series.
  • Baseball: Warriors, Allatoona head to Game 3
    White County coach John Brown said he needed a great outing from senior Luke Crumley to keep the Warriors season alive in their Class AAA second round, best-of-three series with Allatoona Wednesday.
  • Baseball: 8-AAA hoping for another banner day in second round
    The experts' consensus on the strength of Region 8-AAA baseball depended on, well, whichever expert you happened to be talking to on that particular day.
  • Local opinions mixed on new GHSA plan
    "If it ain't broke, don't fix it is what I say." That was Gainesville High School Athletic Director Wayne Vickery's sentiments following Tuesday's contentious Georgia High School Association's Executive Committee 26-24 vote to rearrange the state's 433 member schools into six classifications from the five they have been organized under since 2000.
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