The Carpinteria High School girls softball team executed a feat last week rarely seen at any level in softball. Playing against Santa Paula on April 4, the Warriors turned a triple play, with Senior Jauslyn Richardson and sophomore Kenna Mayer completing the trio of outs in one play in the top of the sixth. After making the catch on a popup with runners on first and second, Richardson threw to Mayer at second who tagged the base and runner to end the inning. But the Cardinals did their damage in the other innings: scoring one in the first and fourth, and two in the sixth and seventh, for a 6-0 win. The runs in the seventh came courtesy of a homerun by sophomore Navaeh Delgadillo. The loss puts Carpinteria’s overall record to 3-8 and 1-4 in the Citrus Coast League.