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North Hall-Buford rained out; GHS game still on, for now

By Jeff Hart Sports Reporter
BUFORD -- The key Region 7-AAA baseball game between North Hall and Buford has been rained out for a second straight day.

Saturday's scheduled make-up for Friday's wash out has been rescheduled again, this time for Tuesday at 5:55 p.m. in Buford.

The two teams sit first and second in the region standings with the Wolves holding a three-game lead with four games left in the regular season.

As of 8:30 a.m. the equally key Region 8-AAAAA matchup between Heritage, Conyers and Gainesville scheduled for 2 p.m. at Ivey-Watson is still on, according to Gainesville coach Jeremy Kemp.

Check back for future updates as we receive them.

Here is Friday's original prep baseball schedule:

Friday, April 18
Most games were rescheduled for Saturday.
BASEBALL:
Dawson County at Banks County
East Hall at West Hall
Eastside at Stephens County
Flowery Branch at Loganville
Jackson County at East Jackson
Johnson at Lumpkin County
North Forsyth at Alpharetta
North Hall at Buford
Heritage, Conyers at Gainesville
Rabun County at Greene County (doubleheader)
Towns County at Athens Christian
White County at Fannin County
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