What was supposed to be a nonleague showdown was anything but, as Flintridge Sacred Heart (11-1-2) showed why it belongs on top and considered an elite girls soccer program with 6-1 victory over Alverno (9-4-3) this past weekend. The game was initially scheduled to be played last Monday but pouring rain flooded Glendale College’s field. For the record, I did not go to the game. In fact, I was out of town. But looking at the scores and how the game went about it was obvious to see Flintridge Sacred Heart is the superior team. It looked as if the game was going to be a tight one, but the Tologs broke the second half open with three goals in a span of six minutes early in the second half. The Tologs led at the half, 1-0. Jessica Capra scored the lone goal for the Jaguars, the CIF-SS Division 7 champions. A lot was being made of last year’s rankings and which team was the better team. Alverno had a CIF championship to dangle over FSHA but the Tologs had the tougher schedule of any team in the WSGV and played in a much higher division. Flintridge won the nonleague meeting last year, 1-0, but this year proved to be much too strong to handle. The Tologs this year outshot Alverno, 37-7. The competition will get much tougher today when FSHA takes on Mission League rival Harvard-Westlake tonight at 5 at Glendale Sports Complex.