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Jeff Hart

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Recent Articles by Jeff Hart

  • Soccer: Lady Knights get first win of season in 8-AAAA opener
    The Johnson girls soccer team opened its Region 8-AAAA schedule with an impressive 4-0 victory over Eastside Thursday night.
  • Tennis: Lady Raiders rally past Chestatee
    Madison County rallied from two matches down to take a hard-fought 3-2 win over Chestatee Thursday in Region 8A-AAAA girls tennis action.
  • Tennis: Chestatee boys fall Madison Co. in 8A-AAAA opener
    The Chestatee boys tennis team opened its Region 8A-AAAA subregion play with a 4-1 loss to Madison County Thursday.
  • Tennis: North Hall girls beat West Hall
    The North Hall girls tennis team ran its win streak to three straight after beating West Hall 4-1 Thursday at the Bob Bailey Tennis Center.
  • Boys playoffs: Big Red wins another nail-biter, heads to semifinals
    Gainesville senior Shaquan Cantrell knew it was time to do something. And man did he.
  • Boys playoffs: Davis, Williams lead Buford into Final Four
    Buford got balanced scoring and held off Woodward Academy late in a 60-53 win in the Class AAA quarterfinals Wednesday night at home.
  • Baseball: Chalmers, Lions shut out Chestatee
    The Lakeview Academy baseball team picked up its first win of the season Wednesday in an 8-0 victory over Chestatee.
  • Soccer: West Hall boys blank Falcons
    Ramsis Martinez and Omar Castillo each scored two goals to lead the West Hall boys soccer team to a 6-0 win over Flowery Branch Wednesday night.
  • Soccer: Robles hat trick leads Lady Falcons past West Hall
    Kayla Robles recorded a hat trick to lead the Flowery Branch girls soccer team to a 6-0 win over West Hall Wednesday.
  • Tennis: West Hall boys rally past North Oconee
    The West Hall boys tennis team won two matches after dropping the first set to knock off North Oconee 3-2 Wednesday.
  • Girls playoffs: Buford stunned by St. Pius
    St. Pius sophomore Asia Durr picked the perfect time to have a coming out party.
  • Soccer: Gomez's two goals lead GHS past North Oconee
    Ricardo Gomez scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Gainesville boys soccer team to a 4-0 win over North Oconee Tuesday night.
  • Big 5th inning carries Braves past Nationals
    Ross Detwiler worked into the third inning in his first spring appearance for the Washington Nationals, tuning up against most of the Atlanta starters, before a five-run fifth carried the Braves to a 9-5 victory Tuesday.
  • Georgia Tech leaning on freshmen for scoring lead
    Brian Gregory believes his commitment to three freshmen starters will pay off for Georgia Tech in the future. It hasn't been easy for Georgia Tech to win this year as the only Atlantic Coast Conference team with a freshman as its top scorer.
  • Boys playoffs: Balanced attack leads Buford into quarterfinals
    Buford showed just how dangerous it is when it gets a balanced offensive attack.
  • Horford's late bucket lifts Hawks over Bucks
    Al Horford's hook shot with 5.9 seconds remaining lifted the Atlanta Hawks a 103-102 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night in a game that was close throughout.
  • Florida's Dendy sets SEC record at indoor event
    Marquis Dendy wasn't about to complain about setting a meet record with a long jump of 27 feet, 3/4 inches at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday.
  • Girls playoffs: Buford storms to 7th straight quarterfinals, as three area teams move on
    For the first 3:24 of its Class AAA second round playoff game against Buford Friday night, life was good for Elbert County.
  • Girls playoffs: Dawson County revisits quarterfinals for first time since '92
    Dawson County's magical run in the Class AAA playoffs is alive and kicking.
  • Soccer: Lady Falcons nip Forsyth Central
    Madeline McCarthy scored a second half goal and the Flowery Branch girls soccer team escaped with a 1-0 win over Forsyth Central Friday night.
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