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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • 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 teams’ 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.
  • Opinion: Giving thanks to a season of memories
    As someone fortunate enough to be able to witness firsthand many of the exciting and not-to-be-forgotten moments over the year, this past season offered some of my most enjoyable moments covering high school football.
  • PLAYOFF NOTEBOOK: Being at home anything but safe in AAAAAA
    Typically, homefield advantage in the playoffs is worth its weight in gold. Not so this playoff season, especially in Class AAAAAA.
  • Girls basketball: North Forsyth routs Sequoyah
    North Forsyth used a 12-0 run in the first half to take control and then cruised to a 51-23 win over Sequoyah Monday night in girls basketball action.
  • Wolves' defense sparks rout of Woodward (Video)
    The Buford offense may be the highest scoring unit in Class AAA, but the Wolves proved yet again that defense rules in the playoffs.
  • Dragons pull off another playoff miracle, make it to quarterfinals
    Despite yielding more than 500 yards of offense and 57 points through three-plus quarters, the Jefferson defense arrived in the nick of time.
  • D'Angola kicks North Gwinnett into quarterfinals
    Michael D'Angola booted a 27-yard field goal with 11 seconds left to lift North Gwinnett to a wild 42-32 victory over Archer Friday in the second round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs.
  • Defending champ Sandy Creek too much for Chestatee
    Chestatee's dream season came to screeching halt Friday night against defending Class AAAA state champion Sandy Creek.
  • Friday's GHSA second round playoff Scores
    Here the scores from around the state Friday night in the second round of the Georgia High School Association playoffs:
  • Jeff Teague helps Hawks hold off Pistons, 96-89
    Jeff Teague scored 14 of his 18 points in the third quarter, then helped the Atlanta Hawks hold on with a spectacular blocked shot in the final minutes of a 96-89 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS WEEK 2: Challenges abound for area teams
    While Gainesville, Buford, and Jefferson continue to try and defend their state titles, Chestatee and White County will try to continue to make history Friday in the second round of the state football playoffs.
  • Jefferson defense ready to spark another title run?
    Jefferson knows all about championship football after last season’s magical run to the Class AA state title. The Dragons know you need a little bit of luck to go with the talent. They also know that the old adage of “defense wins championships” is more than just a saying.
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