Parkins has six triples, good enough for second in the area behind St. Albans' Mariah Caudill. Burdette is third, with five.
The two find their names scattered throughout the area leaders, including the lists for home runs (Burdette has six), RBI (Parkins has 50, Burdette 43) and doubles (Parkins 17, Burdette 14).
Parkins also makes her way around the bases with a commanding presence heading into Wednesday. Her 24 stolen bases is third in the area. Junior teammate Katie Higginbotham leads the area in steals with 27.
Higginbotham also makes a powerful contribution as leadoff hitter, making way for Parkins and Burdette.
"Katie has made a big difference for us this year. While she has one of the best on base percentages, Chelsey and Ali have the 'big' bats and move her around," Moore said.
Moore said he has high expectations for Parkins and Burdette this week. Parkins leads the area with a 0.88 ERA, while Burdette is not far behind, at 0.93. The effectiveness of both pitchers could come into play Thursday, should Buffalo avoid what would be an unlikely elimination in Wednesday's opening rounds.
A pitcher can throw just 14 innings in one day. If Buffalo loses a game Wednesday, it would have to play three games Thursday in order to claim the title.
"All we ask of them is to perform as they practice. They have an individual presence on the mound, but at the same time compliment each other so well," he said.
"If these girls lead this team, we can come home as champions."