The Monroe City softball team was one step away from playing for a state championship and due to COVID precautions didn’t get to make the trip to Springfield. Panthers coach Melissa Chinn says her group wants to get to the state stage…..
Monroe City returns a strong corps, but will have to replace their starting battery of pitcher Riley Quinn and catcher Bailee Hays. Chinn discusses her pitching plans starting with returner Kailynn Fuemmeler….
Multi-sport athlete Carly Youngblood will again be the table-setter for the Panther lineup….
Monroe City coach Melissa Chinn, whose team lost to Penney in the state semifinals to cap a 20-7 season. The Panthers will start the season at Mark Twain the last day of August and host Hickman the first day of September, before a key CCC showdown at Macon on September 2nd with the reigning conference champions.
You can hear from area softball coaches on our Warm-Up Show August 23rd on KRES and centralmoinfo.com starting at 5:35.