To get to the State Tournament is no easy task.
"It's definitely something that doesn't happen overnight. It's been a process for six years. The kids buying into the program and buying into what we are doing. Learning what hard work and discipline is and reaping the benefits of what that brings,” said Donna Sunnycalb, Saraland’s Head Softball coach.
Saraland's 41-8 record is just one of the benefits this team has seen this season.
It's not just the hard work that makes them stand out.
It's the family like atmosphere.
"They are family. I love everyone on this team. This team is so much different than all of the other ones because we are all so much closer and we just love each other. We'd do anything for anybody,” said Karsen Mosley, Saraland Senior softball player.
Getting to the State tournament isn't new for Saraland softball.
In fact, they've been five times in the past six years.
But bringing home that Blue Map is something that has never been done for this program.
They think that could change this year.
"I do think this could be the year. I think that these girls took this long to realize what it's going to take to be a State champion. I think they know, they have prepared and trained for it and they've worked for it,” said Coach Sunnycalb.
They all know to win the 6A State Title won't be easy.
"It's going to take everything we have. We are going to play as hard as we can. Push through every inning and every out. It's my last year and we all want it more than anything,” said Mosley.