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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Eagles’ non-conference football games set for 2015
    Georgia Southern has obligations for four non-conference football games for the 2015 season with games at Georgia and West Virginia and home contests vs. The Citadel and Western Michigan, Director of Athletics Tom Kleinlein announced Wednesday.
  • The kids are definitely all right heading into Masters
    A new wave of 20-somethings is taking golf by storm, eager to make their mark and not at all beaten down by the aura of Tiger Woods, who hasn't won a major championship since 2008 and isn't even at Augusta this week as he recovers from the latest in a series of injuries.
  • The 5 biggest heartaches at the Masters
    With rare exception, no other major championship inflicts as much emotional pain as Augusta National. The perks of winning include a lifetime exemption to the Masters and a spot in the most exclusive locker room in golf. The scars of finishing second linger because players return to the same course year after year.
  • Baseball: Gettys, Sewell power Elephants to win over Loganville
    Michael Gettys and Brandon Sewell each belted home runs and Gainesville handed Loganville its first Region 8-AAAAA loss of the season Tuesday in a 9-6 victory on the road.
  • Baseball: Heritage takes advantage of Falcons miscues in 9-2 win
    It’s a fine line in Region 8-AAAAA these days. Flowery Branch came into Tuesday’s matchup with Heritage tied with the Patriots for third place and a chance to grab second if Loganville could knock off Gainesville for a second straight time.
  • Bartolo Colon dominant, Mets shut out Braves
    Bartolo Colon combined with two relievers on an eight-hitter, Ruben Tejada drove in two runs with two hits and the New York Mets beat the Atlanta Braves 4-0 on Tuesday night.
  • Naraine leads Nighthawks past Truett-McConnell
    The University of North Georgia baseball team used a seven-run fifth inning to run away from visiting Truett-McConnell College for a 13-3 victory on Tuesday evening at UNG's Bob Stein Stadium.
  • G-Braves beat Norfolk behind 19-hit attack
    The Gwinnett Braves (3-2) banged out 19 hits, including eight doubles in a 10-5 win over the Norfolk Tides (1-4) in the opener of the three-game series on Tuesday night at Harbor Park.
  • Stuckey, Monroe, Drummond lead Pistons past Hawks
    Rodney Stuckey scored 29 points, Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond each had a double-double and the Detroit Pistons snapped a 10-game skid in Atlanta with a 102-95 victory over the Hawks on Tuesday night.
  • Lefty has Masters covered, except for small change
    There was a time around here when Phil Mickelson's nerves were stretched so tight, you could bounce a quarter off `em and have it land in Atlanta.
  • Prep schedule resumes Tuesday
    Most of the prep baseball action rained out on Monday will resume Tuesday around the area.
  • Watson to miss Clemson Spring game with injury
    According to the Clemson football scrimmage report, former Gainesville High standout and Clemson early enrollee freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson suffered a "slight crack in his collarbone" and will not be able to play in Saturday's Spring game.
  • Scott goes for No. 1 at scene of greatest triumph
    Adam Scott is relishing every part of being Masters champion.
  • Connecticut wins NCAA title, 60-54 over Kentucky
    Shabazz Napier turned in another all-court masterpiece Monday night to lift the Huskies to a 60-54 win over Kentucky's freshmen and a national title hardly anyone saw coming.
  • Rains washes out 1st day at Masters
    The first full day at the Masters turned out to be a short one Monday. Augusta National was open for only two hours because of storms, still enough time for a few players to see some of the changes to the golf course - even though this was supposed to be a year with really no change at all.
  • Baseball takes center-stage during Spring Break week
    With Spring Break upon us, prep baseball will take front-and-center this week as the other prep sports take a week off before heading into the playoffs (tennis), and wrapping up the final weeks of their regular season.
  • Braves don't get sweep, lose 2-1 to Nationals
    The Nationals avoided a sweep Sunday with a 2-1 victory, the sort of pick-me-up they needed after losing 10 of their previous 12 to the Braves in D.C. It was an April sweep at Nationals Park a year ago that helped build a cushion for the Braves on their way to the NL East title.
  • Hawks rout Pacers 107-88, boost playoff hopes
    Jeff Teague scored 25 points in his hometown, Pero Antic finished with 18 and the Hawks handed the NBA's best home team an embarrassing 107-88 loss Sunday that could have a major impact on playoff seeding in the East.
  • Lady Nighthawks sweep No. 4 Armstrong State
    The 12th-ranked University of North Georgia softball squad cemented its hold atop the Peach Belt Conference standings with a doubleheader sweep of host and 4th-ranked Armstrong Atlantic State University on Saturday afternoon at the Armstrong Softball Field.
  • Piedmont baseball rallies for win over LaGrange
    The Piedmont College baseball team dropped behind early in a nightmare opening inning but stayed the course en route to a 9-7 victory over LaGrange College at Loudermilk Field in the second of a three-game weekend series in USA South play at Loudermilk.
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