Pitching has been the key for the Lions this year. That trend will continue in the postseason with Jenna Lynn. Riley said she expects Lynn, along with Hannah Lynch, Jazmine White and Kristen Prieto to come on strong throughout the post-season.
Moore has its sights set on its first state championship since 2007. That is too long of a gap for Riley.
“I do not accept mediocrity and I am not satisfied with complacency,” Riley said. “The team knows what they want and they know what the coaching staff expects. There isn’t much leniency. We have a great relationship between the coaches and between the coaches and the players. The student-athletes know and understand the role they are given when they become a member of the Moore High School softball team and they join the family.”