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Several local teams have a chance at a league title

Palo Alto Online Sports
Seniors John Carrington, Brian Tinsley, and Tommy Barnds all scored goals to cap off a memorable Senior Day, as the Gators beat The King's Academy 5-0.
Alex Moretti scored twice to help the Sacred Heart Prep boys' soccer team inch closer to the West Bay Athletic League title, beating The King's Academy 5-0 on Senior Day.

Friday's victory gives the Gators (15-0-2, 9-0-1) a chance to clinch at least a title tie when they travel to meet Harker (13-3, 8-2) for a 3 p.m. contest Monday.

The Eagles beat Eastside Prep 4-2 on Thursday while Priory topped Crystal Springs Uplands 3-1 in other WBAL games.

Sacred Heart Prep moved three points clear of idle second-place Menlo (14-2-2, 8-1-1), which hosts Eastside (4-10-2, 2-7-1) at 2:45 p.m. Monday. Priory (7-8, 5-6) plays at The King's Academy.

The Gators recorded their fifth consecutive shutout and 11th on the season. SHP has outscored opponents 21-0 since beating Harker 4-2 on Jan. 23.

The Gators have allowed three goals during conference play. Harker has outscored its league foes by a 35-10 margin.

Tommy Hogan added a goal and assist for SHP. John Carrington and Brian Tinsley also scored wile Liam Johnson and Alexi Stavropoulos each added an assist.

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