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14 — Goldsboro News-Argus Thursday, August 17, 2017 Is Hosting a Baby Supply Drive August 1st–31st For the benefit of Wayne Pregnancy Care Center Hinnant's Helping Hands • Baby Girl Socks • Girl Bibs • Girl & Boy Onesies • Baby Girl & Boy Outfits (NB-2T) • Girl Sleepers (NB-6m) • Boy Sleepers (12m – 24m) 77DCT0817L© • Baby Lotion • Baby Shampoo • 4 oz. Baby Bottles • Diaper Bags • Nursing Pads • Diapers 2603 Hospital Road, Goldsboro, NC 27534 • (919) 735-2226 Accepting New and Gently used items. All items can be dropped off at Every Step Of The Way 919-734-4736 –– Princeton –– Pediatrics P.A. 919-936-3164 –– Mt. Olive –– Pediatrics P.A. 919-658-9123 –– LaGrange –– Pediatrics P.A. 252-566-5999 www.facebook.com/Goldsboro Pediatrics Stay Connected. Every Step of the Way. www.GoldsboroPediatrics.com Schedule your child's annual physical with Goldsboro Pediatrics today and we'll not only ensure a healthy school year, but also complete your child's sports physical during the visit. That means one thing. More money for hotdogs & post-game victory ice cream. 31DCT0815L© WAYNECHRISTIANSCHOOL• GIRLS' GOLF By JUSTIN HAYES jhayes@newsargus.com Quality over all else. That's really the only way to ade- quately describe the varsity girls' golf program at Wayne Christian,now in its second tour of duty under athletic director Mike Buddin. In every appearance,from uber- detailed short-game drills to the devel- opment of a reliable,under-the-gun preshot routine to a schedule of 12 matches,Buddin and Co.have man- aged to create something quite rare in eastern North Carolina —a tried-and- true,year-in and year-out golf program. "We're growing,"the coach remarked in an interview last week."That's what we're trying to do —grow the sport." But the school's current position did- n't develop out of thin air;it needed proper assistance. A few years ago,as Buddin was try- ing to develop WC's official prep golf identity,many pieces of the puzzle were missing —chief among them being a schedule,which was ultimately formed with the help of good friend. "Shay Campbell at Rosewood —if it wasn't for him,I don't know what we would do,"Buddin noted.We would have to go to the other side of Raleigh to play people… (even) when we weren't competitive,they still let us join in and have been super nice to us." And the players have benefited great- ly. This year's blue-and-navy edition returns five players from a season ago, and will likely be led by sophomore Wayne Christian's Bri Verme watches her tee shot during a match last season. The Eagles opened their season this past Monday at Wedgewood Golf Course in Wilson. News-Argus file photo Eagles' Buddin stressing quality over all else on links this season ■Program continues to grow and improve each match. See BUDDIN,Page 20

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