Softball: Flintridge Sacred Heart to play Alemany, again

Photo courtesy of Eric D. Danielson

So remember that Flintridge Sacred Heart win over Alemany when the Tologs scored in the bottom of the seventh to record a 4-3 win? Never happened. The Tologs can forget about beating Alemany for the first time in school history. That’s because Alemany protested before its game against FSHA at Glendale Sports Complex, saying the pitcher’s circle was at 43 feet instead of the regulated 40 feet. Alemany athletic director Mike Solar put in a call to CIF the day of the game and they said they still had to play the game. League principals had a hearing and Tologs athletic director Stephanie Contreras was informed the league voted they had to replay the game. FSHA plays at Alemany on Thursday which will technically be the team’s first meeting in the series. The schools have not yet decided when they’ll replay the game. “It’s hard on the girls,” Contreras said. “They beat them fair and square; no advantage or disadvantage. It’s unfortunate.”

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