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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • 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.
  • Wrestling: Lumpkin, Chestatee dominate 8-AAAA; send 11 each to Sectionals
    Lumpkin County and Chestatee dominated the Area 8-AAAA Tournament Saturday at Chestatee High sending a combined 22 wrestlers into next week’s Class AAAA North Sectionals at Lanier High School.
  • Boys basketball: Indians rally in OT to beat Lakeview
    Jack Howard and Evan Bafile each hit 3-pointers to in overtime to help Lumpkin County rally for a 69-65 win over Lakeview Academy Saturday night.
  • Turnovers sink Lions in 98-78 loss at Maryville College
    The Piedmont College men's basketball team fell by 20 points earlier this afternoon at USA South member Maryville College dropping a 98-78 decision on the road.
  • Girls basketball: Chestatee nipped by Pickens in OT
    Pickens outscored Chestatee 11-7 in overtime to pull out a 56-52 win over the Lady War Eagles Saturday.
  • Girls basketball: West Hall knocks off East Hall
    West Hall picked up a Region 7-AAA win with a 45-42 victory over East Hall Saturday night.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Falcons rebound in 8-AAAAA with win over Loganville
    The Flowery Branch girls rebounded from a tough loss the night before to take a 38-26 victory over Loganville in Region 8-AAAAA action.
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