Kaitlyn Long throws the ball after tagging out a Middle Creek student at a softball match April 5. Long, then a student a Apex High School, was twice captain of the varsity high school team. While she had played softball most of her life, she decided to leave the game and start a business.
Kaitlyn Long throws the ball after tagging out a Middle Creek student at a softball match April 5. Long, then a student a Apex High School, was twice captain of the varsity high school team. While she had played softball most of her life, she decided to leave the game and start a business. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
Kaitlyn Long throws the ball after tagging out a Middle Creek student at a softball match April 5. Long, then a student a Apex High School, was twice captain of the varsity high school team. While she had played softball most of her life, she decided to leave the game and start a business. Ray Black III newsobserver.com

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