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Thursday, August 17, 2017 Goldsboro News-Argus — 9 43DSP0717J© ARTISTIC DANCE ACADEMY Home of DANCE FOR CHRIST HAS MOVED TO DOWNTOWN CENTER ST!!! CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 5TH – REGISTER NOW!!! Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Break Dance, Tumbling, Adult Wellness and Fitness, Adult Hip Hop and Yoga Ages 2-Adult Beginner –Advanced Beautiful renovated building behind B & G Grill. Plenty of public parking on street, beside City Hall and in B&G parking area after 2:30. No flood zone area and 12,0000 sq feet of space to dance, worship and fellowship. Visit our website at artisticdance.org or call us at 919-735-7008 Serving Goldsboro since 1963 MEET THE STAFF: From Left to Right: Noel Smith, Nikki Houston, Patricia Warren(Owner/Director), Tara Warren, Ashleigh Deal and not pictured Leroy Montalvo (AKA Chico) PIZZA DEALS FOR EVERY TEAM! Total Purchase Over $ 15 Pick-Up Only. Expires January 11, 2018. Must present coupon. $ 3.00 OFF NY STYLE PIZZA • MANICOTTI • SPAGHETTI • RAVIOLI STUFFED SHELLS • STROMBOLI • SUBS • WINGS • CALZONES, SALADS • CINNAMON KNOTS • GARLIC KNOTS AND PIZZA BY THE SLICE Walmart Shopping Center • 912 Spence Avenue 919.778.5666 • www.brooklyn-pizzeria.com 50DCT0817L© Open 7 days a week Open 7 Days A Week Serving Ages 1-12 Transportation to Local Schools Before and After School Care A Plus. Summerfest Program For Ages 5-12 25+ Years of Experience... Conveniently Located At 106 E. Lockhaven Drive • Goldsboro Wayne Memorial Drive & Lockhaven Drive • Behind Walgreen's Monday - Friday 6:00am - 6:00pm 919.734.7682 HAPPY DAYS DAY CARE, INC. ★★★★ 4 STAR LICENSE ★★★★ NC Pre-K 100DCT0717J© C.B. AYCOCKHIGHSCHOOL• VOLLEYBALL Charles B. Aycock senior Arlanda Faulkner, who holds the program's single-season and career kill records, serves during a match last season. The Golden Falcons lost key components to graduation and will find their path to the postseason more challenging this fall since league foes D.H. Conley and J.H. Rose have dropped to 3-A. News-Argus file photo By JUSTIN HAYES jhayes@newsargus.com PIKEVILLE — It's 9 a.m.on a Tuesday,and Charles B.Aycock vol- leyball coach Tangela Faulkner — "Coach T",to members of her pass- and-block brood —is trying to moti- vate her troupe for a warmup routine it knows cold. "Wait a second,"Hannah Carter says."I'm trying to find my happy place." The group breaks up,including Faulkner,into the type of laughter that lasts only as long as it should. There's muchwork to be done,after all,and before the echo-rings of Carter's quip can lurch into a fit, they disappear altogether. Then the lady Blues begin moving. Really moving. At first,there is drill and rotation work,things like pass-and-run, extended passing and later,some- thing called first-ball kill — but they have to earn their way to that stage. • Part two of the morning is now underway,and a couple ofnotions are apparent —one,Aycock is ahead of the game as a unit,and two,it's Coach T who has penned the script. She is equal parts judge,jury and point-giver,and doesn't mind at all holding her unit to the same perfor- mance scale that earned her All- American honors during her time at the University of Mount Olive. No breaks. No shortcuts. No excuses. "You know I'm not going to take it easy on you,"Faulkner says with a laugh,right before firing a point- blank dart in the general area of Cassandra Lassiter,the outfit's all- everything and record-setting libero. The bullet,part of a terror-ride drill called Texas Tough —is the first of many,and in typical fashion,No.7 Quick burst of laughter fades ■Much work awaits the Golden Falcons on the volley- ball court this season. See FADES,Page 22

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