In the chronicle of area soccer, there has never been a season as phenomenally successful as the 2010-11 tour de force put forth by Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy.
Beginning with a run through the always-arduous Mission League and the subsequent emergence as its champion, Sacred Heart then navigated its way through nationally ranked Orange Country competition before defeating San Clemente, 1-0, in the last of a string of nailbiting victories that bestowed the Tologs with their first-ever CIF divisional crown — the CIF Southern Section Division I championship.
It was the first Division I soccer crown won by an area girls' team and capped a truly remarkable season.
For all the triumph experienced by the Tologs, there was also plenty more within the Crescenta Valley and Flintridge Prep programs.
The Falcons won their third consecutive Pacific League title, while the Rebels won their first outright Prep League crown before advancing all the way to the Division III quarterfinals.