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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • 7-AAA tournament: Dawson girls, Buford boys, girls punch tickets to state
    Dawson County girls coach Steve Sweat has been wanting to add to his T-shirt collection.
  • 8-A Tournament: Lakeview girls, boys advance to semifinals
    The Lakeview Academy girls and boys teams both advanced to the semifinals of the Region 8-A Tournament after wins Saturday at Commerce High School.
  • Mann's FT lifts Georgia past Ole Miss, 61-60
    Kenny Gaines scored 21 points and Charles Mann hit the go-ahead free throw to lift Georgia past Mississippi 61-60 on Saturday, leaving the Bulldogs alone in third place in the SEC.
  • 8-AAAA tournament: Chestatee girls roll, Lumpkin girls shocked in opening round
    On a night when upsets and near-upsets abounded in the girls Region 8-AAAA Tournament, top seed Chestatee made sure it would not become a victim.
  • Gaines takes charge in 2nd half for Georgia
    Kenny Gaines scored all of his 14 points in the final 10 minutes, Morris and Charles Mann each added 10 points and Georgia beat Texas A&M 62-50 on Saturday night.
  • STATE CHAMPS: Powers brothers, Monaghan, Trojan relay team all go for gold
    Hall County sports is about way more than the "big three" (football, basketball, baseball) these days. Hall County swimmers put on a show Saturday at the GHSA championships at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.
  • Girls basketball: Buford completes perfect 7-AAA regular season
    The Buford girls completed a perfect Region 7-AAA regular season after thrashing North Hall 56-29 Friday night.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Tigers snap losing streak, beat West Hall
    Dawson County snapped a two-game losing streak with a 42-35 victory over West Hall Friday in Region 7-AAA girls basketball action.
  • Basketball: Lakeview sweeps Tallulah Falls
    Lakeview Academy put together an impressive sweep of Tallulah Falls Friday in Region 8-A action.
  • Gladiators cap crazy comeback in OT
    Daniel Spivak’s slapper from the point found twine 1:41 into overtime to clinch a dramatic 6-5 win for the Gladiators over the Florida Everblades Friday night at Germain Arena.
  • No. 15 Nighthawks get split at UAH Charger Chillout
    The No. 15 University of North Georgia softball team split a pair of games on the opening day of the University of Alabama-Huntsville Charger Chillout falling 10-9 in 10 innings to West Georgia before rebounding to post a 6-2 win over West Alabama.
  • Dogs snap skid, beat LSU
    Marcus Thornton believed it was Georgia's time to win, even though Louisiana State came to Athens on a roll. Thornton's double-double helped prove the point.
  • Lady Jackets upset No. 13 North Carolina
    Tyaunna Marshall pumped in 32 points and set a new Georgia Tech scoring record in a 94-91 upset over No. 13 North Carolina on Thursday night.
  • Boys basketball: Knights finish regular season in style
    The Johnson boys completed their regular season in style Thursday night.
  • Girls basketball: Chestatee sets new wins mark with win over Stephens Co.
    The Chestatee girls basketball team set a new school-record for regular season wins in a season after Thursday night's 41-34 victory over Stephens County.
  • Girls basketball: Buford routs White County
    The Buford girls moved within one win of a perfect record in Region 7-AAA after a 60-29 thumping of White County Thursday night.
  • Gladiators Handled by Solar Bears 4-1
    Despite a quick start Thursday night, the Gwinnett Gladiators fell to the Orlando Solar Bears 4-1 at the Amway Center.
  • NATIONAL SIGNING DAY 2014: Wood, Miller recall different era of signing day
    Almost 45 years ago to the day in 1969, Buford AD Dexter Wood signed a scholarship to play wide receiver for legendary coach Bear Bryant and Alabama. Two states over and a year later, Gainesville High coach Bruce Miller was virtually begging for just a chance to play after high school after a an admittedly modest high school career.
  • Basketball: Upsets abound at Valhalla as Lady Vikings, Warriors take wins
    In their chase for the No. 2 seed in Region 7-AAA, the White County boys desperately needed a win Tuesday against East Hall on the road.
  • Girls basketball: North Forsyth routs Chattahoochee
    The North Forsyth girls used a 27-2 first quarter en route to a 63-24 rout of Chattahoochee Monday night in Region 6-AAAAAA girls action.
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