LOS ANGELES — Saturday's match wasn't a Mission League affair that had title implications.
It wasn't a CIF Southern Section Division I playoff contest that could've ended its season.
For the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team, it was another nonleague contest.
But for its opponent, St. Lucy's, it was an opportunity to knock off the top-ranked team in the nation by ESPN HS.
That's exactly what the Regents did, shocking the Tologs with a 1-0 victory at Occidental College's Patterson Field, the team's first home loss since February, 2008.
"We feel taken aback that we lost," Sacred Heart forward Kayla Mills said. "We know we should've won."
Sacred Heart found out Saturday that its coaches stick to their rules, no matter how many honors are bestowed upon the Tologs, who are also the defending Division I champions.
Tolog co-Coaches Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond suspended starting defenders Alexa Montgomery and Katelyn Almeida for the first half of Saturday's match for missing practice, and it was "the difference in the game," according to Pace.