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Another first for Sacred Heart Prep May 11 In the fall, Juelsgaard played goalkeeper for the Gators' soccer that captured the Central Coast Section Division III championship and produced the most victories (19) in school history. On Tuesday, Juelsgaard slammed a solo home run to spark the Gators' baseball team to a 6 4 victory over rival Menlo, clinching the school's first Private Schools Athletic Ray Ban Sunglasses League title since 1996. And, on Wednesday, Juelsgaard cranked out two more homers and drove in four runs as the Gators beat host Redwood Christian, 13 5, to complete the first undefeated league season (12 0) in school history. Sacred Heart Prep (19 8) now has won the most games in school history. For first year head coach Ray McDonald, the PSAL title is his first baseball championship since he was a senior at St. Ignatius Prep in 1954. Despite all these firsts, one very important one still remains. "We're 0 for CCS," said Mike Ciardella, SHP's athletic director. "We've never won a CCS game. The goal is to win at least one." If the Gators continue to play as they have, they'll get that first CCS victory and perhaps more. Against Menlo, the Gators battled back from a 4 2 deficit with two runs in the sixth and seventh. Mumford's RBI single. In the seventh, Spencer Lucian doubled and went to third on a flyout. Moments later, senior Jolon Staubli the shortest player on the team came up the perhaps the biggest hit of his career, a two run homer over the left field fence that gave the Gators a season sweep of the Knights. "We haven't won (the league) since I've been here and I'm a senior," Staubli said. "But it's a great feeling and the team is really pumped." That was evident the following day when the Gators traveled across the Bay and beat up on the Redwood Christian pitcher who had lost a no hitter to SHP the previous week when Mumford also threw a no hitter to win, 1 0. In addition to Juelsgaard's big day at the plate, Grewal and Nick Moiseff each drove in three runs and freshman Kevin Murphy pitched well until relieved by Staubli in the fifth. Now, it's on to CCS next week and Juelsgaard can't wait. "I've been in three CCS games and we've basically been creamed every year," he said. "It's been bad." SHP pitching ace Chris Mezzavilla, however, is recovering from a sore arm and may be ready to go. If not, Mumford and Staubli have been an able twosome on the mound while Mezzavilla (9 0) has been sidelined. Also headed for CCS next week will be Gunn (12 5, 16 5) and perhaps Menlo School (9 3, 16 10). Menlo finished in a tie for second in the PSAL with Redwood Christian and each have a victory over each other this season. If the next criteria is strength of schedule, the Knights should get the section berth. Gunn had a CCS berth locked up from early in the season when it became apparent there were few teams to challenge the Titans and first place Wilcox (17 0) in the SCVAL De Anza Division. The only question unanswered earlier was whether Gunn could overtake the Chargers. Three Gunn losses to Wilcox put that debate to rest. The latest came Wednesday in a 6 4 road loss. The Titans committed three errors in the bottom of the first after two were out, allowing their hosts to score three unearned runs. Wilcox wrapped things up with three runs in the sixth on five hits. On Monday, Gunn romped to a 13 3 win over Saratoga as Max Kautz had a triple and home run plus five RBI to pace the Titans. Ray Hunter drove in four runs to support his five hit pitching over five innings. In the PAL Ocean Division, Menlo Atherton (8 5, 17 5) finally ran out of gas and dropped out of the race for the division's lone automatic CCS berth following a 7 4 loss to Hillsdale. No matter what happened in yesterday's season finale against Hillsdale, the

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division's CCS berth will go to either Sequoia, Hillsdale or South San Francisco. The Bears were one of four teams to qualify during the North section regionals on Tuesday at Rancho Canada West. Menlo Atherton shot 385 to hold off fifth place Bellarmine by a single stroke. Johnny Guzzo shot an even par 72 and Josh Wachtel had a 3 over par 75 to pace the Bears and earn berths into the CCS individual tournament next week. Also figuring in the team scoring was Emmett Nelson's 77, Scott Duncan's 80 and Stephen Burkholder's 81.

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