In the three years since Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Coach Gino Pacella took over the program, the Tologs have qualified for the postseason each season.
While Pacella is proud of the progression, there's still room for improvement with the Tologs competing in the ultra-competitive Mission League. Even after falling to runner-up St. Bernard in a quarterfinal contest in the CIF Southern Section Division V-AA playoffs last season.
"We have enough talent now and it's gotten better," said Pacella, who added that Alemany and Chaminade are the favorites to battle for first place in league with Flintridge Sacred Heart, Harvard-Westlake and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame battling for third place. "We have enough talent to grab a top-three spot in the Mission League.
"I see our team developing. If we can continue to be able to put the pieces together, then there's no reason not to get an automatic playoff bid with a top-three finish in league."