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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Boys basketball: Vikings whip Banks County
    East Hall opened its Region 8A-AA schedule Saturday in style.
  • Boys basketball: Chestatee snaps losing streak
    The Chestatee boys snapped a 12-game losing streak Saturday with thrilling 65-64 win over Stephens County in Region 8A-AAA action.
  • Girls basketball: No. 2 Bufords knocks off Oak Hill Academy
    Class AA No. 2 Buford won its fourth straight game Saturday beating Oak Hill Academy 49-45 at the Wesleyan Academy gym.
  • Boys basketball: Dawson holds on to beat Fannin
    Dawson County held Fannin County to just 11 first half points in taking a Region 8A-AA win Saturday night.
  • Boys basketball: George Walton rallies past Lakeview
    George Walton outscored Lakeview Academy 34-22 in the second half to rally for a 59-48 win in Region 8-A play.
  • Girls basketball: Lakeview falls to George Walton
    The Lakeview Academy girls lost 48-26 to George Walton Academy Saturday night in Region 8-A play.
  • Falcons lay an egg in Packers' rout
    Carving up the NFC's top-seeded team, Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, ran for another score and led the Green Bay Packers to their second straight postseason road victory with a stunning 48-21 rout of the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday night.
  • Girls basketball: No. 6 Fannin too much for Dawson
    Dawson County could not overcome a slow start in a 51-29 loss to Class AA No. 6 Fannin County Saturday night in Region 8A-AA girls action.
  • Brooks, Scola lead Houston past Atlanta
    Aaron Brooks had 24 points and 10 assists, Luis Scola added 20 points and the Houston Rockets beat the Atlanta Hawks 112-106 on Saturday night.
  • Girls basketball: No. 8 Chestatee cruises to easy win
    The Chestatee girls basketball team won its fourth straight game and stayed unbeaten in Region 8A-AAA play with a 47-22 rout of Stephens County Saturday.
  • Robinson, Thompkins lead No. 24 Georgia past Ole Miss
    If any questions remained about Georgia's ability to bounce back from a tough loss, they were answered Saturday. Gerald Robinson scored a season-high 22 points and the 24th-ranked Bulldogs put all five starters in double figures in a 98-76 victory over Mississippi.
  • Dogs' Houston declares for NFL draft
    University of Georgia junior linebacker Justin Houston has decided to forego his senior season and enter the 2011 NFL draft.
  • Furman routs Georgia Southern
    Amu Saaka scored 21 points and Furman snapped a four-game road losing streak Saturday against Georgia Southern with a 74-56 win.
  • Basketball: West Hall sets make up with Walnut Grove
    West Hall High basketball teams have set a makeup date for their games scheduled last Tuesday with Walnut Grove.
  • Boys basketball: Balanced attack leads Lions to win
    It wasnít a thing of beauty, but Lakeview Academyís 50-37 win over Athens Academy Friday in Region 8-A action was, if nothing else, methodical.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Lions fall in heartbreaker
    Lakeview Academy girls basketball coach John Carrick said he canít wait for his teamís next game. And that comes after a heartbreaking 35-33, Region 8-A loss to Class A No. 9 Athens Academy Friday afternoon in the waning seconds.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Wolves make statement in 6-AA, again
    The Class AA No. 2-ranked Buford girls basketball team continues to make statements. Two weeks after whipping defending Class AAA state champion Columbia, the Lady Wolves pulled away late to knock off Region 6-AA foe and eighth-ranked Greater Atlanta Christian 58-42 Saturday night in front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Buford gym.
  • Boys basketball: GAC rallies past Buford in OT
    In the end, itís always the little things that make the biggest difference. Such was the case for the Class AA tenth-ranked Buford boys basketball Saturday night in its bid to upset No. 2 GAC in a key Region 6A-AA game at the Buford gym.
  • Boys basketball: No. 7 Spartans hold off rival Johnson
    Johnson boys basketball coach Jeff Steele said Friday before the Knightsí Region 8B-AAA opener that West Hall has all the ingredients to be a legitimate Class AAA state title contender.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Knights win subregion opener
    After watching West Hall trim a 10-point deficit to four points in the final minute, Johnsonís Lyndsey Pethel decided to take over.
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