Score is 3-2, Home team is losing and on their final at bats. Home team has runners on 2B and 3B though with no outs. Batter hits a ground ball to third base to start an action filled play. Fielder looks the runner back and throws to 1B for the first out. Baserunner on third starts to head home but changes mind and heads back to the 3B. But the runner on 2B at the time thinks she is going and goes most of the way to 3B before realizing she hasn't went, and then heads back to 2B. The defense throws behind the runner going back to 2B, and the SS catches the ball with foot on bag as if a force out. No tag whatsoever attempted. Umpire mistakenly calls her out. Potential second out. On the throw to 2B, now the runner at 3B does head home. A throw to the plate and she is tagged out on a close play. An apparent triple play. The 3B coach realizes the mistaken call immediately and keeps engaged with the runner. He brings the runner from 2B to 3B on the throw home... and as the team in the field begins to celebrate the third out, the coach sends the runner home to score the potential tying run. Chaos ensues with both teams celebrating. The Home team makes a strenuous argument about the call at 2B. An extensive discussion takes place, where eventually the home plate umpire overrules the base umpire on the call at 2B (where a force out was mistakenly called). At first, they appear to allow the sequence of events that took place after the mistaken out call to be live play, and they count the run. Tie game 3-3. The Away team takes the field, and play is about to resume with the score tied, 2 outs, and nobody on base, when Away team begins to state their case that the run should not count, due to thinking there were 3 outs. Now another extensive discussion takes place. Eventually they take the run off the board, and place the baserunner at 3B. No idea why this base was chosen for the runner. Help please.