• Head Coach Jonathan Rasberry 


    Coach Rasberry




    Coaching Staff


    Coach Kercher is a native of Mobile, Alabama. She attended the University of Alabama on a Women’s Soccer scholarship. Coach Kercher coached volleyball and softball at Satsuma High school for 16 years before coming to Spanish Fort High School. She was the first softball and volleyball coach at SFHS and later went on to coach soccer and win a state championship. Coach Kercher has coached many D1 athletes, coached in multiple AHSAA All-Star games and competed at the State Tournament level.

    Being a part of the Toro Coaching staff since the doors opened speaks volumes of the dedication she has for the Toro athletic programs.

    Welcome Coach Kercher

    Softball History

    2022; 31-14-1 6A Champions, South Central Regional Champions, AHSAA 3rd place State Tournament

    2021: 36-12 Record, 6A Area 02 Champions, South Central Regional Qualilfier 1, AHSAA State Tournament Elite 8 

    2020: 9-1-1 Record (COVID-19 shutdown)

    2019: 27-19-1 Record, 6A Area 02 Champions, South Central Regional Qualifier 1, AHSAA State Tournament Final Four  

  • Assistant Coach

    Coach Phillips has an extensive coaching background. He has 15+ cumulative years of softball coaching experience. Although starting out in the baseball realm and playing himself at the collegiate level, he quickly realized that he had a much deeper passion for softball. He has coached travel teams in age ranges from 12U-18U. He was a pioneer in one of South Florida’s most successful travel softball programs which launched him into the High School coaching world where he coached the High School Varsity team to a State Final every year he was there. He was also instrumental in the collegiate recruiting of a vast amount of his players in Division I schools throughout his career from Auburn, Alabama, FAU, to South Alabama to name a few. Once he relocated to Alabama with his family, his reputation quickly gained the attention of Spanish Fort High School, and he coached several years before he decided to retire his coaching skills. He continued to do private hitting lessons throughout his career and even after his retirement. He has now decided to dust off his coaching visor and get back out on the field with Kercher and take this program to new heights.