Shelton’s Aurora Gouley takes batting practice this week. “She’s not just a dedicated, great fast-pitch player, she’s a great person,” says Kim Goldsby, who is in her seventh year as Highclimbers coach. “Our team talks about her all the time like she has no flaws.”
Shelton’s Aurora Gouley takes batting practice this week. “She’s not just a dedicated, great fast-pitch player, she’s a great person,” says Kim Goldsby, who is in her seventh year as Highclimbers coach. “Our team talks about her all the time like she has no flaws.” Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Shelton’s Aurora Gouley takes batting practice this week. “She’s not just a dedicated, great fast-pitch player, she’s a great person,” says Kim Goldsby, who is in her seventh year as Highclimbers coach. “Our team talks about her all the time like she has no flaws.” Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

One athlete, one percent bring Highclimbers, Skokomish together

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