Carpinteria scored four runs in the sixth inning to pull away to a 9-4 baseball win at Fillmore in a Citrus Coast League game on Tuesday.
Hunter Garcia, Miles Souza and Beto Martinez each had two hits and eight different Warriors scored runs.
Souza started on the mound and went 6.2 innings. He allowed three earned runs on three hits and three walks, and struck out seven. Isaac Castillo closed the game when left fielder Matt Muñoz threw out a baserunner attempting to advance to third base.
Carpintera led 5-1 after three innings, but Fillmore rallied to make it a 5-4 game. The Warriors added for big runs in the sixth.
“In order to win at Fillmore, a team must be good and fortunate at the same time,” said Carpinteria coach Pat Cooney. “Our battery of Souza and Nieves set the tone and prevented the rough terrain and other challenges from getting to us. The entire roster contributed to the win in different ways.”
The Warriors (3-1) will miss their scheduled game with Malibu on Thursday due to travel restrictions but will host Villanova Prep in non-league action on Saturday at Calderwood Field at 1 p.m.