Kennedy Coleman – SS
Coleman would have been a four-year varsity starter for the Potosi softball team this spring and will go down as one of the most decorated players in the program’s history. She was a vocal leader for the team from the time she was a freshman and was the glue of the defense at the shortstop position from the very beginning. Coleman was also the sparkplug for the offense, consistently getting on base at the top of the lineup. She was always positive and coachable and went about things the right way. Coleman was a three-time All-Conference and All-District selection and was named All-State last year. In 2019, she hit .494 with 39 runs scored. Coleman will be attending Mineral Area College in the fall where she will join the Cardinals’ softball team.
Chelsea Charboneau – OF
Charboneau was going to be a four-year starter for the Trojans softball team this spring and was a versatile player who filled multiple roles in her time at Potosi. She was a strong defender who could play both the infield and the outfield when needed. Charboneau also had great pop in her bat when she got ahold of the ball. She was a leader by example, always doing things the right way and working hard. Charboneau plans to join the United State Air Force after graduation.
Catie Mosier – DP, 1B
Mosier was a returning player for the Potosi softball team this spring and was a clutch hitter for the team during last year’s state run. She dealt with an ACL injury early in her career but showed tremendous dedication and mental toughness in overcoming that injury to become a key player for the Trojans last season. Mosier showed up every day with a positive attitude and set a great example for the rest of the team and how to battle through adversity. She is currently undecided on where she will attend college.
Interview with Potosi Head Coach – Tyler Beers:
West County Bulldogs:
Chloe Young – OF
Young was a returning player for the West County softball team this spring who benefitted the team with her work ethic. She came to the field every day ready to get better and in doing so she made the rest of the team better. Young was always the type to ask questions and was eager to learn and improve. She was also a member of the Bulldogs’ basketball and volleyball teams. Young was a three-time Academic All-State selection in all three sports she played. For softball she was named All-Conference in 2019 and All-District in 2018. Young plans to attend Jefferson College to study to become a physical therapist assistant.
Makenzie Simily – OF
Simily would have been a four-year starter for the Bulldogs softball team this spring and was an impact player from the time she joined the program. She was one of the team’s top offensive threats and was plugged into the lineup wherever they needed offensive production. Simily had tremendous speed and used it both in the field and on the basepaths. Her versatility made her an irreplaceable type of player for West County. Simily was a two-time All-Conference and All-District selection. She was also a member of the Bulldogs basketball and volleyball teams. For volleyball, she was a two-time All-Conference selection and an All-District selection in 2019. Simily plans to attend Jefferson College where she will study occupational therapy.
Hannah Myers – OF
Myers was a returning player for the West County softball team this spring and was an all-around exceptional athlete. She was a track star in a softball uniform who utilized her running ability in all aspects of her game. Myers’ combination of speed and slap-hitting ability made her a dangerous offensive threat at the top of the lineup for the Bulldogs. She was a two-time All-Conference selection and was All-District in 2018. Myers was also a member of the West County cross country and track and field teams and was a two-time All-Conference, All-District, and All-Sectionals in track. She plans to attend the College of the Ozarks in the fall to study secondary education.
Interview with West County Head Coach – C.J. Wright: