On what was a perfect day to play a game of baseball, Mount Shasta High School honored several senior baseball and softball players at their final regular season games of their high school careers Monday afternoon.

The players were recognized one by one, escorted on the field by their families.

The information below was provided by the players and read aloud on the field.

Hunter Stock #10

Position: Pitcher, third baseman

Escorted by: Parents Larry and Michelle Stock

Favorite baseball memory: Sweeping Modoc junior year to win league

What’s next: COS. I will play baseball through the summer and play next year at COS.

Baseball career: 13 years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: Gary Woods

Kyle Handshy #27

Escorted by: Parents Bill and Susan Handshy

Thankful for: Parents and coaches

Favorite baseball memory: Chuck falling

Baseball career: 13 years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My mom, dad and grandma

John Latos #6

Position: Second base

Escorted by: Mother Kim Latos

Favorite baseball memory: Chuck falling in Weed

What’s next: COS

Baseball career: 10 years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My dad

Kaden Riccomini #11

Position: Pitcher/infielder

Escorted by: Parents Kale and Kristen Riccomini

Favorite baseball memory: Playing in the section championship

What’s next: Pitching at UC Davis

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My parents

Gage Kinkade #12

Position: Center field

Escorted by: Parents Paul and Skye Kinkade

Thankful for: Teammates, Chuck, Tony and Chase

Favorite baseball memory: Chuck tripping and falling before the Weed game last year

What’s next: COS to play football

Baseball career: 12 years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: Grandma Dorothy, Papa Paul and Grandpa Scrappy

Nolan Johnson #7

Position: catcher

Escorted by: Parents Brian and Leslie Johnson

Favorite baseball memory: Playing in the section championship

What’s next: Playing baseball at Simpson University

Baseball career: whole life

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My parents and my brother

Elijah Lewis-Rodriguez #33

Position: Outfield

Escorted by: Scott and Katie Rodriguez

Thankful for: My family, friends and coaches

Favorite baseball memory: There are too many to choose from

What’s next: Going to COS to play football

Baseball career: since junior year

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My brother Brandon

Baltazar Rodriguez #4

Escorted by: Mother Susana Rocha

Thankful for: All the coaches along the way and the teammates that I’ve called my brothers

Favorite baseball memory: Going all the way to the section game with my brothers

What’s next: Feather River

Baseball career: Since I was 6

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: I would see my cousin Karl, screaming at the top of his lungs.

Lily Hitchcock #5

Position: Shortstop

Thankful for: My whole family and everyone who has supported me through my high school sports

Favorite softball memory: Bus rides with bella (and everyone else I guess)

Future plans: I’ll be going to COS. I might continue to play softball.

Softball career: Basically my whole life

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: Dennis Baldini

Bella Powers #7

Thankful for: My grandparents for never missing a gam and my dad for being the best coach I could have asked for.

Escorted by: Parents Blake Powers and Amy Waterman

Favorite softball memory: Those whole year because I got to play with Bliss for the first time and be coached by our dad

Future plans: I’m going to COS and most likely playing softball there

Softball career: My whooooooole life

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My sister, grandparents, mom and bffs.

Anna Taylor #9

Position: Center field

Escorted by: Parents Dan and Kelie Taylor

Favorite softball memory: Etna Tournament sophomore year when Mir tried to dive back to first and had to shimmy her way there because she only got half way there

Future plans: Snow College. No softball, but I will be playing intramurals

Softball career: 15 years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My siblings and grandparents

Chanel Berg #3

Position: Second base

Thankful for: My parents, friends and family for always being there for me

Favorite softball memory: When I almost fought the umpire in Fall River

Future plans: I will be going to COS and yes, I will play softball

Softball career: Since I was 5

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My Grandma Marsha

Danielle Brissae #12

Thankful for: My dad for supporting me

Favorite softball memory: Being with all my favorite people every day

Future plans: San Diego State

Softball career: Two years

If you could see anyone in the stands, who would it be: My Grandma Doris