On the mound, Mulcahey went 4-2 with a 1.21 earned-run average. The right-hander struck out 50 batters to 19 walks in 34 2/3 innings.
"I just tried to relax at the plate or when I was pitching," said Mulcahey, who was named to the All-Pacific League first team after helping Crescenta Valley take second in league. "We had a real good team and I tried to help us be good.
"It's a great honor to get All-CIF. Just to know you got it, it's like a great gift. I'm real happy about it."
Crescenta Valley Coach Phil Torres said Mulcahey, who earned the honor for the first time, had the ability to achieve an All-CIF nod.
"With Division II, it's very tough to make," Torres said. "His offensive numbers were hard to overlook and you saw what he was capable of doing.
"He's got a lot of power. We expect big things from him next year, too."
Park, a third baseman/pitcher, enjoyed another solid campaign for the Rebels en route to being named to the All-CIF team for the second season in a row.
At the plate, Park batted .427 (32 for 75) with 25 RBI, seven doubles and 30 runs scored. He finished with a .547 on-base percentage and a .587 slugging percentage.
On the bump, Park went 5-3 with two saves and a 2.24 ERA in 12 appearances. The right-hander struck out 62 and walked 16 in 56 1/3 innings.
"Getting All-CIF is one of the highest honors," Park said. "It's about the team first and there are so many great players in the division.
"Getting All-CIF wasn't a goal of mine throughout the season. We had a younger team, so I wanted to come into the season showing up as a leader."
Flintridge Prep Coach Buzz Cook said Park handled himself well in all situations.