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Tuesday October 20th, 2020 4:23AM

Jeff Hart

Sports Reporter
Jeff Hart
Raiders roll the dice in second OT to beat Cherokee
Trailing 35-34 in the second overtime to Cherokee, Habersham Central football coach Gene Cathcart decided rolled the dice. Cathcart called for a two-point conversion and quarterback Bo Hatchett responded taking the ball up the middle for the two points and a 36-35 win to cap a wild night for the Raiders in their Class AAAA second round game.
12:35AM ( 12 years ago )
Roswell takes controversial win over Lions
For the second time in as many years, the Roswell-Peachtree Ridge Class AAAAA playoff game came down to the end with another controversial call.
12:03AM ( 12 years ago )
Grayson avenges loss to Norcross
he Grayson football team aveneged a 24-3 loss earlier this season to Norcross beating them when it counts most - in the playoffs.
11:41PM ( 12 years ago )
Carver knocks out Apalachee
Carver, Atlanta punched its ticket to the quarterfinal round of the Class AAA state football playoffs with a 21-7 win Apalachee Friday night.
11:24PM ( 12 years ago )
Humphrey leads No. 8 Georgia to tourney win over Prairie View
Gainesville's Tasha Humphrey scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Georgia remained unbeaten by downing Prairie View 78-44 Friday night in the opening round of the Junkanoo Jam.
10:41PM ( 12 years ago )
Glads snap skid, beat Stingrays
The Gwinnett Gladiators snapped a two game losing skid with a 5-3 win over the South Carolina Stingrays at the North Charleston Coliseum on Friday night.
10:11PM ( 12 years ago )
No. 21 Clemson could hand South Carolina coach historic loss
Steve Spurrier came to South Carolina to make history. With his match against cross-state rival No. 21 Clemson looming, the coach is in line for one milestone he didn't bargain for. Should the Gamecocks' four-game losing streak continue Saturday night at Williams-Brice Stadium, it would give Spurrier more consecutive losses than he's ever had in his coaching career.
8:04PM ( 12 years ago )
Journeyman pitcher Kennedy dead at 28
Joe Kennedy, a journeyman left-hander who pitched for three major league teams last season, died at his in-laws' home Friday. He was 28.
7:52PM ( 12 years ago )
Arkansas knocks off No. 1 LSU
LSU's national title hopes were crushed by a Heisman-worthy performance. Darren McFadden rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another to lift Arkansas to a 50-48, three-overtime victory over the top-ranked Tigers on Friday.
7:46PM ( 12 years ago )