Drilling for gold

The Goldsboro High School JROTC Drill Team’s lone soloist, Timothy Ward, wasn’t the favorite going in to this weekend’s competition at Charles B. Aycock, but that didn’t stop him from wowing the crowd — and bringing a title back to GHS. The following video was shot by Pride videographer Christina Richardson. 

And just for fun, here’s another look at Pride photojournalist Shy Franklin’s shots of Ward practicing his winning routine.

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Setting a standard

The heat didn’t stop the Goldsboro High School JROTC from doing its thing Friday afternoon.

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Making moves

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Photos by SHY FRANKLIN and CHRISTINA RICHARDSON

Goldsboro High School students practice a dance routine they are perfecting for the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair Talent Show during Third Block on Monday. Jennifer Sinrilis, Awnya Greenfield, and Karen Greene choreographed the routine.

Making a statement

The Goldsboro High School varsity football team isn’t the only group anticipating Friday’s matchup with Charles B. Aycock. The varsity cheerleaders circled this game on their calendars, too. And the action that unfolded during the crew’s Wednesday practice left little doubt. These ladies are ready to do what they do best.

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Cougars Unleashed

The Goldsboro High School varsity football team improved to 2-1 with a 32-21 victory over county rival Southern Wayne Tuesday evening. Pride photojournalist Tyler Kearney documented the game. Check back Wednesday afternoon for complete coverage. Until then …

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