LOS ANGELES — Still yet to round into top form while dealing with a lack of full-squad practices due first to the end of the club season and now because of final exams, not to mention a nagging injury to its top scorer, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team has been able to conceal it pretty well.
With Thursday night's 3-0 nonleague win over Brea Olinda at Occidental College, the Tologs improved to 3-0 and have now outscored their opposition, 10-0.
"We're not quite fit yet, we've got to get fit," said Tologs co-Coach Frank Pace, whose team is ranked 10th in CIF Southern Section Division I. "But we will get fit. To beat this team, 3-0, that's a very good team from a very good league."
Sacred Heart's defense was impeccable once again and two goals from Kayla Mills and another from Breanna Koemans offset the loss of standout forward Katie Johnson, who sat out to rest a sore ankle.