By now Flanagan can recite all the Raider traditions from memory. The Road Rules team-building activities in the preseason is a favorite. The doll that is brought to the games. The brownies at every game.
"As a freshman, you're like 'Why are there so many?'" Flanagan said with a laugh. "As a senior looking back, it keeps things in order."
Now the three seniors are teaching the next generation of Raiders. Glenbard South is 4-2 so far this season.
"Starting all four years, it's helped a lot. If we messed up, we'd always get up," Mora said. "It's easier to lead a team with two of your best friends."
Mora and Flanagan will be together at Illinois State next year, although neither is playing softball.
Carli would like to play in college, but is undecided.
As the days click off on their last high school season, their coach is wistful about her last year coaching these three families.
"You just depend on those kids to bring the rest of the girls along, and you almost take it for granted," Fonda said. "I looked out on the field the other day and thought 'God, I'm going to miss those girls.' I don't want to write that last lineup card."