A 71-year-old female presents to clinic with complaints of right sided hip pain for 2 weeks. She denies trauma and says the pain began after playing with her grandchildren. She has tried over-the-counter medications without relief of her symptoms. Osteopathic structural examination reveals a sacral somatic dysfunction of a left rotation on left oblique axis (“left-on-left”) torsion. Which of the following sets of physical exam findings would be most consistent with the diagnosis?