<p>Rashad Wright scored 20 points and freshman Levi Stukes had 19 Friday night in Georgias 105-68 exhibition victory over the Southeastern All-Stars.</p><p>Georgia, which opens the regular season next Friday against Western Carolina, never trailed after Wright hit a jumper to make it 2-0 just under a minute into the game. The Bulldogs steadily pulled away to a 50-26 halftime lead.</p><p>The road-weary All-Stars never got into the game, shooting just 30.4 percent and 16.2 percent (6-37) from 3-point range. Georgia, which shot 50.7 percent including 8-15 (53.3 percent) from beyond the arc, outrebounded the visitors 58-42 and outscored them 46-28 in the paint.</p><p>Damien Wilkins and Marcus Sikes each scored 14 points for the Bulldogs.</p><p>Octavious Thomas led the All-Stars with 14 points, and Adrian Jones added 12.</p>
Neil Brown of Buford recovered a fumble at the 1 and stepped into the end zone for a touchdown but it wasn't enough as the North lost to the South 10-7 Tuesday in the GACA North-South Classic all-star game.
The Atlanta Falcons' search for a new head coach continued Tuesday when owner Arthur Blank and general manager Rich McKay met at an undisclosed hotel near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport with San Francisco defensive coordinator Jim Mora.
The Gainesville baseball team showed determination in abundance on Wednesday, coming from behind twice -- the second time in the bottom of the ninth -- to win Game 1 of its Class AAAAA second round series against Evans 5-4 at Ivey-Watson Field in Gainesville.
Lincoln Hewett had four hits and two RBI and Brock Wingo added three hits and two RBI to lead North Hall to a 9-0 blowout of Upson-Lee Wednesday in Game 1 of the two teams' best-of-three Class AAAA econd round series at Jody Davis Field.