LOS ANGELES — As a showcase for two of the most talented and potent girls' soccer teams in the nation, Wednesday evening's clash between host Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and archrival Harvard-Westlake more than lived up to the hype.
But as a showcase to determine the best of the best as it relates to the Mission League, Wednesday's evening's battle left everything unsettled.
The Tologs rallied from an early one-goal deficit only to relinquish a one-goal halftime advantage en route to a 2-2 tie with the Wolverines at Occidental College in both teams' league opener.
"I think it's a little bit of both," said Tologs standout forward Katie Johnson when posed with the question as to whether it was a positive outcome or a negative. "It's a good tie, because we played really well on offense.
"[On defense], all we had to do was make two mistakes and we did that."