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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Girls basketball: Banks hands Lady Tigers first loss
    Banks County used a 21-6 fourth quarter to erase a Dawson County lead and take a 58-46 win over the Lady Tigers Friday night in girls Region 7-AAA basketball action.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Raiders rout Johns Creek
    North Forsyth held Johns Creek to just 14 points through the first three quarters en rout to a 57-25 demolition of the Lady Gladiators Friday night.
  • Boys basketball: Defense leads Lumpkin County over Union County
    Every player on the roster scored for Lumpkin County Friday night as the Indians whipped Union County 59-40.
  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS SEMIFINALS: Buford, GHS, North Gwinnett still alive, and kicking
    While defending state champions Buford (Class AAA) and Gainesville (Class AAAAA) continue their methodical march toward another state finals appearance, North Gwinnett is just one win from its first state title shot since 2007.
  • Red Elephants' offensive train keeps rolling (up points)
    Last season, the Gainesville offense was one of the most feared units in all of Georgia high school football. The Elephants, behind Class AAAAA Player of the Year Deshaun Watson, averaged 45.3 ppg while scoring a school-record 680 points on the way to the Class AAAAA state title. The current unit already has scored 641 points in 13 games (49.3 ppg) and shows no signs of slowing down.
  • Latest Buford defense making a case for best ever
    What qualities go into the making of a great defense? Is it purely stats? Is it clutch performances? Is it by reputation with a large dose of intimidation added in? Is it all of the above?
  • Girls basketball: North Forsyth knocks off Chattahoochee
    North Forsyth outscored Chattahoochee 36-15 in the second and third quarters to erase an early deficit en route to a 56-45 win Tuesday night in Region 6-AAAAAA action.
  • Georgia Tech charges back to beat Illinois
    Georgia Tech closed the game with a 19-4 run to rally from a 12-point deficit and beat Illinois 67-64 on Tuesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, giving the Illini their first loss.
  • Boys basketball: Hodges leads Johnson past Athens Christian
    James Hodges poured in 28 points to go with 10 rebounds to lead the Johnson boys to 85-70 road win over Athens Christian Tuesday night.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Falcons get first win
    The Flowery Branch girls basketball team got its first win of the season Tuesday night pulling away for a 63-48 victory over Winder-Barrow.
  • Boys basketball: Defense propels Dawson County to win over Fannin
    Dawson County held Fannin County to just five fourth quarter points to pull away for a 46-32 victory Tuesday night in Region 7-AAA boys action.
  • Boys basketball: War Eagles rout Stephens County
    Jordan Pulliam had 12 points, four assists, and five rebounds to lead Chestatee to a 73-49 win over Stephens County Tuesday in Region 8-AAAA action.
  • Girls basketball: Chestatee rips Stephens County
    The Chestatee girls opened their Region 8-AAAA schedule Tuesday night with a 52-40 over Stephens County.
  • Girls basketball: Dawson County opens 7-AAA with win
    Sophomore Karlie Bearden scored 27 points and Ashley Parker had a double-double to lead the Dawson County girls to a 70-56 win over Fannin County Tuesday in both teamsí Region 7-AAA opener.
  • Girls basketball: Buford takes tough win over SWAC
    The Buford girls moved to 2-1 on the season after taking a 57-55 win over Southwest Atlanta Christian Tuesday night at home.
  • Wrestling: Spartans take pair of dual matches
    The West Hall wrestling team won a pair of dual matches Tuesday.
  • MLS headed to Atlanta?
    Major League Soccer hopes to place its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. Falcons owner Arthur Blank heads the Atlanta venture, which would play at a new stadium for his NFL team, a venue scheduled to open in 2017.
  • Oklahoma pounds Mercer
    Mercer coach Bob Hoffman thought his team played fast. Averaging close to 90 points a game, they usually ran opponents to the ground. the Bears couldn't keep up with Oklahoma on Monday, losing 96-82 at Lloyd Noble Center.
  • Buford dominates Carver to move into AAA semifinals (VIDEO)
    Anyone wondering just how good the Buford defense REALLY is found out Friday night.
  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS WEEK 3: Contrast in styles highlights quarterfinal matchups
    If we thought challenges abounded last week for area teams in the playoffs, this week could be even more dangerous. Four area teams fell last week and the four area teams still alive can expect a fight in the football playoffs this week.
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