"All of them are outstanding players," said Moore, who is in his 20th season guiding the Bison.
"They are all first-team All-State selections. For a Class A program, we are very fortunate to have the athletes we have.
Moore doesn't anticipate any extra pressure, as Buffalo will try to defend its title for a third straight season with the giant bulls-eye on its chest.
"The kids are under pressure all the time, so it doesn't affect them," Moore said. They love to play, win, and have fun. Everyone expects us to win. When somebody beats us, it looks as if they have won a state title."
Moore knows just how fortunate he is to have not one, but two dominant pitchers in Burdette and Parkins. In fact, the Bison coach feels he has at least four quality arms if he needs them.
"Softball is built around pitching and it makes it easy on a coach," said Moore, who opens the season at home against Hannan at 5:30 p.m. Thurday. "It's always great to have pitching. We lost our third pitcher, Courtney Allen, to a basketball injury and our No. 4 Noell Dingess could pitch for most teams, too. We are fortunate to have four or five pitchers.
"They just don't get the chance to show themselves much because of what we have with Ali and Chelsey. Ali gave up basketball to concentrate on pitching and hitting and is on top of her game. It will take Chelsey a little longer coming back from basketball, but she will as well."