Thursday, August 23, 2012
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Staff Photo: Brendan Sullivan Upcoming junior Landyn Duley, 16, of Wesleyan High School is among the 36 females nation wide competing for a spot on the 20 women roster of the U.S.A. Baseball Women's National Team in Salt Lake City this weekend. Duley who plays baseball and softball is trying out as a pitcher and or outfielder for the U.S.A. team.
Wesleyan junior Landyn Duley made a commitment this week to the Georgia fastpitch softball program. She is the daughter of Dave and Tammy Duley.
Duley, a center fielder with a .421 career batting average, hit .424 with 53 hits, 10 doubles, four triples, five home runs, 37 RBIs, 49 runs and 13 stolen bases as a junior for a state runner-up team.
She also won two state championships with the Wolves' girls basketball team and was a standout in track and field, winning the triple jump state title and finishing second in the 100-meter dash at the state meet earlier this year.