Class AA roundup

Albany 68, Bleckley County 41: Tim Pierce led Albany with 29 points while Larry Sanford had 16. The Indians outscored the Royals 16-7 in the third quarter to push their lead to 17. DeMario Beck led Bleckley County with 11.

Dawson County 42, Buford 35: Dawson County pulled off the upset of Buford at home thanks to 15 points from Tyler Dominy and 14 points from Gunnar Armstrong. The Tigers held Buford stars A.J. Davis and T.J. Shipes to 12 points apiece.

Greater Atlanta Christian 72, Jefferson 42: The host Spartans coasted to victory behind forward Cole Hobbs’ 19 points. Point guard Collin Swinton had 18 points and shooting guard Delano Spencer had 17. Austin Thompson led Jefferson with 12 points. GAC led 40-19 at halftime.

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Hornet Fan

March 1st, 2012
5:19 am

Buford thought the 3 players they recruited for this team were enough to take them to the state finals but I guess they will have to increase the recruiting budget and get 4 players next year!


March 1st, 2012
7:02 am

Congrats to Dawson County…..they played with more heart than Buford tonight…Ford Phillips is smiling on DC …they did something that his teams could never do……beat Buford…and Ford Phillips was a wonderful person and coach…definitely a legend in Dville…and one of the most respected Coaches of the era along with Joe Avery of Buford…sic em Tigers

Rockmart Needs a Coach

March 1st, 2012
10:26 am

Way to go Thad & team !!!


March 1st, 2012
12:27 pm

Way to go Dawson County!!!!! Congratulations on beating Buford, love it!!!! From your fans in Banks County!!!


March 1st, 2012
12:34 pm

HornetFan–One had a bad hip, one didn’t play and the other Mr.D is not the super star that Whiteheart thinks he is –it over!!!Now we can watch our girls win there 4th…


March 1st, 2012
1:17 pm

goforit…Let the excuses begin. Typical Buford fan. Just chalk it up to Dawson just played better. To top it off, they won with no seniors and 3 players under 6′ The Buford players that were being praised all week were all on the floor healthy, bucking up trying to intimidate the Tigers…IT DIDN’T WORK! WAY TO GO TIGERS!


March 1st, 2012
4:21 pm

Justafan—That was no excuess–Dawson won and they should have…Better coaching –Better fans–the Buford player (one) that was bucking up was Mr. D and the Buford people wished he had never come..only the coach..and my guess is he will not
be back next year.. wish DC the best.. I have lots of friends in Dawson CO.

Rockmart yellow jackets

March 2nd, 2012
1:22 am

Seems Buford needs a new recruitor…….Got out played by a bunch of mountain boys in football… And the basketball program embarressed itself… lol serves them right……..


March 4th, 2012
11:50 am

Rockmartyellowbelly: Buford only let you have four fumbles and it still took OVERTIME….Buford shot themselves in the foot one to many times to win a game so contested on every jpllay….Calhoun deserved to win not as the best team (cause the best team do not always win) , but they make the fewest mistakes and did not carry the ball like a watermelon instead they wrapped their hands and arms around the ball…..Calhoun outrecruited Buford last year(player moved in from South Carolina, nephew of coach


March 4th, 2012
11:56 am

kudos to Dawson County, and I wished they had beat Jordan, what a season to remember for their players, coaches, school, and community…..,the gym was so packed, you thought you were watching Hoosiers live…Dawson County had a team and the Buford boys looked like 5 individuals going different ways……..Coaching??????????I don’t know….but like the lady in the stands shouted when they chose to free the ball the last 3 minutes of the third quarter……shoot the _ _ _ king ball Coach………………