LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — With a new head coach on board and some tweaks and adjustments being made to its tried and true offensive philosophy, this summer will be one of acclimation and experimentation for the Flintridge Prep football team.
The Rebels wrapped up their most intensive stretch of scrimmages yet on Friday, concluding a grueling week of passing league games in hosting a clash with Prep League-foe Rio Hondo Prep.
"It's been a long week for them," said Prep Coach Antonio Harrison, who took over the program in the winter after serving as an assistant last season. "We had a total of nine games this week. This is our last one and, on top of that, I've had them weightlifting and conditioning every single day all week.
"They're a bit worn out, they deserve a rest. They're doing a great job of learning a variation of the system and living up to the standards I'm holding for them."