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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Boys basketball: War Eagles push win streak to 4, beat Stephens
    Jordan Degraff poured in 29 points, including nine 3-pointers, to lead the Chestatee boys to an 87-81 win over Stephens County Tuesday in a key Region 8-AAAA game for both teams.
  • Boys basketball: Indians lose in OT to Madison County
    Lumpkin County's Johnathan Gilreath hit a 3-pointer with 1.1 seconds left to send the Indians' game with Madison County into overtime but it wasn't enough as the Red Raiders eventually took a 72-67 win in Region 8-AAAA action.
  • Boys basketball: Falcons fall to Clarke Central
    For a quarter the Flowery Branch boys basketball team was poised for an upset against Region 8-AAAAA front-runner Clarke Central Tuesday night.
  • Girls basketball: Dawson County falls to Banks
    Banks County used a 25-11 fourth quarter to rally for a 50-46 win over dawson County Tuesday night in Region 7-AAA action.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Indians fall to Madison County
    The Lumpkin County girls fell to a hot-shooting Madison County squad 65-40 Tuesday night in Region 8-AAAA action.
  • Boys basketball: GHS gets first win at East Hall since '99
    The historical significance of Gainesville’s 72-60 win over rival East Hall Saturday at the East Hall gym was not lost on boys coach Todd Cottrell.
  • Georgia gets SEC road win over Texas A&M
    Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 22 points to lead Georgia to a 59-52 win over slumping Texas A&M on Saturday in the first-ever meeting between these new Southeastern Conference foes.
  • Georgia Tech starts fast, routs Wake Forest
    Robert Carter Jr. scored a career-high 20 points, including seven in Georgia Tech's 16-0 run to open the game, and the Yellow Jackets beat Wake Forest 82-62 on Saturday for their first ACC win.
  • Boys basketball: War Eagles' 10 treys sink Hab Central
    Chestatee forced 32 Habersham Central turnovers and hit 10 3-pointers in taking an 80-69 win over the Raiders Saturday night in boys basketball action.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Falcons rout Dacila
    Flowery Branch outscored Dacula 35-15 in the second half to pull away for a 57-36 win in girls basketball action Saturday night.
  • Georgia Southern takes down Western Carolina
    Eric Ferguson scored 18 points and Georgia Southern shot 54.9 percent from the field (28 of 51) to beat Western Carolina 72-66 on Saturday afternoon.
  • Boys basketball: Johnson rolls over rival West Hall
    The Johnson boys basketball team won its seventh straight game holding off rival West Hall 75-59 Saturday night.
  • Saint men fall to Clayton State
    The North Georgia men's basketball team was unable to keep up with the fast pace of Claton State University, falling 88-75 to the Lakers on Homecoming Saturday evening.
  • Girls basketball: Hab Central nips Chestatee
    Habersham Central rallied from an early deficit and held Chestatee to just four fourth quarter points to nip the Lady War Eagles 37-36 Saturday night in girls basketball action.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Spartans hold off Johnson
    Maia Booker and Kaelyn Gattis each scored 16 points to lead the West Hall girls to a 50-31 win over Johnson Saturday night in girls basketball action.
  • Lady Saints fall to No. 3 Clayton State
    The Clayton State University women showed that they are certainly deserving of being ranked No. 3 in the nation on Saturday night as the University of North Georgia women's basketball team was unable to keep up with the quick-paced, high-scoring Lakers.
  • Girls basketball: Lakeview rallies past Lumpkin County
    Lakeview Academy outscored Lumpkin County 23-13 in the second half to rally for a 40-37 win Saturday night.
  • Boys basketball: Dacula holds off Flowery Branch
    Darius Curry poured in 18 points for Flowery Branch but it wasn't enough as the Falcons fell to Dacula 63-55 on the road Saturday night.
  • Drexel beats cold-shooting Georgia State
    Damion Lee scored 20 points and Drexel held Georgia State without a basket for nearly 14 minutes in a 68-57 Colonial Athletic Association victory Saturday.
  • Girls basketball: Big third quarter propels Lady Vikings to win
    The East Hall girls used a 15-0 run to close out the third quarter and then held on for a 43-36 win over rival Gainesville Saturday at the East Hall gym.
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