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Carpinteria Offense Unloads Against Bishop Diego

McKenzie Kephart of Carpinteria slides safely into second base ahead of the tag attempt by Bishop Diego shortstop Julia Gregson. Click to view larger
McKenzie Kephart of Carpinteria slides safely into second base ahead of the tag attempt by Bishop Diego shortstop Julia Gregson. (JC Corliss / Noozhawk photo)

Bishop Diego scored two runs in the first inning, but Carpinteria responded with 10 in the bottom half of the inning and rolled to a 23-2 softball win in a Frontier League game.

The Warriors (11-5, 2-1) followed with five, four and four more runs in the next three innings, and the game was stopped on the mercy rule in the fifth.

Amanda Blair pitched four innings to earn the victory and Mackenzie Kephart threw a perfect fifth.

Bishop got doubles from Taylor Woodward and Julia Gregson, and Kylie Koeper had a single.

"We are proud of the way our players battled to the end," said Bishop coach John Ceriale.

Noozhawk sports editor Barry Punzal can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Follow Noozhawk Sports on Twitter: @NoozhawkSports. Connect with Noozhawk on Facebook.

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