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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Wrestling: Chestatee pins West Hall in close match
    Chestatee was able to out-pin West Hall Tuesday in a tough 39-28 win over the Spartans in wrestling action.
  • Girls basketball: Parker leads Dawson County past White
    Ashley Parker poured in 27 points to lead Dawson County to a 69-37 win over White County Tuesday night in Region 7-AAA action.
  • Despite 57 combined from Honors II and Edwards, Lions fall to Transylvania in shootout
    The Piedmont College basketball team had a chance late in Tuesday night's 98-94 loss to Transylvania University but went cold from the field at the wrong time unable to cut into a five point margin with just over a minute to play.
  • No. 16 Georgia dominates Lipscomb
    Shacobia Barbee scored 16 points, pulled down eight rebounds and dished four assists to lead No. 16 Georgia to a dominating 81-46 win over Lipscomb Tuesday night.
  • Girls basketball: Big third quarter carries Chestatee past Lumpkin
    Chestatee used a 18-8 third quarter to blow open a close game to take a 53-40 win over Lumpkin County Tuesday in Region 8-AAAA girls basketball action.
  • Woerner named Offensive POY in 8-AA; Union's Jones, Jefferson's Porter co-Defensive POY
    Several northeast Georgia players took home awards as the Region 8-AA All-Region teams weres announced Tuesday.
  • Golden Tigers soccer places unprecedented 4 players in All-America selections
    The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics named an unprecedented four Brenau University Golden Tigers soccer players as All-America team members for the 2013 season.
  • Boys basketball: White County rolls over Riverside
    White County ran its current win streak to five after taking a 53-36 win over Riverside Military Academy Saturday at the Riverside gym.
  • Girls basketball: Dawson County routs pacelli
    Dawson County improved to 7-1 on the season after taking a 74-5 win over Pacelli Saturday.
  • Lovett knocks off Lamar County 14-7 for AA championship
    Grant Haley ran 41 yards for a touchdown to lead Lovett to the Georgia Class AA football championship with a 14-7 victory over Lamar County on Saturday at the Georgia Dome.
  • Morris propels Georgia past Lipscomb
    Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox went to the extremes at point guard Saturday with starter Charles Mann nursing a sore knee.
  • Huffman, Carnes lead Lady Nighthawks past Armstrong State
    Stephanie Huffman and Jaymee Carnes registered 19 points apiece to lead four Lady Nighthawks in double figures in the North Georgia women's 80-65 Peach Belt Conference victory over Armstrong Atlantic State on Saturday in Memorial Hall.
  • Nighthawks fall to Armstrong State
    The University of North Georgia men's basketball team rallied back from an early hole 17-point hole but would ultimately come up short in an 84-79 Peach Belt Conference loss to visiting Armstrong Atlantic State University on Saturday in Memorial Hall.
  • Lady Lions complete season sweep of BSC
    The Piedmont College women's basketball team completed a two-game season sweep of Southern Athletic Association power Birmingham Southern College Saturday earning an 87-70 win on the road.
  • Georgia State knocks off Old Dominion 79-73
    Ryan Harrow scored 33 points to lead George State to a 79-73 victory over Old Dominion Saturday.
  • Class A Public title: Marion Co beats Charlton Co
    Lorenzo Smothers caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Justin Eckert in the fourth quarter, and Marion County won the Georgia Class A Public School football championship with a 12-3 victory over Charlton County on Saturday.
  • CHAMPIONS: Wolves rough up Washington Co. to earn ninth crown in 13 seasons (VIDEO)
    In the end, it was just too much power, too much speed, too much old-fashioned Buford football.
  • Bulldogs ready for second shot at first state title
    In 2007, second-year head coach Bob Sphire guided North Gwinnett practically out of nowhere to its first-ever state championship game. Six years later, Sphire and the Bulldogs are headed back to the title game. As far as Sphire is concerned, 2007 might as well have happened in an alternate universe.
  • Defense sparks Buford sweep of East Hall
    The Buford boys basketball team knew East Hall was coming to town Tuesday to set the tone for what figures to be a war for the Region 7-AAA boys title. Instead, the Wolves made a statement of their own.
  • Packers end 5-game slide, hold off Falcons
    The Green Bay Packers finally found a way to win without injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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