The situation is bases loaded and the batter hits a ground ball to the pitcher who throws home to the catcher who is in front of the home plate. The runner on third base starts towards home outside the 3rd baseline. As the runner runs towards home, she crosses the 3rd baseline into fair territory and slides into the legs of the catcher who was trying to throw out the batter-runner advancing to first to complete a double play. The runner from 3rd was already out on the force play. Questions: 1) Should the batter-runner also be called out or should the runner closest to home, in this case, the runner going to 3rd from second base be declared out as well? 2) Should the player be ejected since it was intentional as she crossed the 3rd baseline and targeted the catcher's legs. I would consider this slide flagrant. The runner had a clear path to the home plate outside the 3rd baseline. 3) This is sliding technique is a taught behavior. Should not the Coach also be ejected? BTW, the catcher had to leave the game. This situation occured in a California HS Softball playoff game. Only the runner from third was called out.