LA CRESCENTA — In a prime example that anything can change from game to game in the world of Pacific League girls' soccer, Wednesday's match between host Crescenta Valley High and Burroughs couldn't have been much more different than the teams' initial meeting.
After playing to a one-goal draw earlier in the season at Burroughs, a focused and fired-up Falcons squad came out blazing to the tune of a 5-0 drubbing of the visiting Indians.
"It was a total mental lapse, if you will, in the first game [and a] lack of effort all put together. We are much better than the way we played them the first time and they needed to show it," said Crescenta Valley Coach Jorden Schulz, whose team rode the momentum of two goals in the first 13 minutes to a dominating showing. "We were totally focused today. We did what we needed to do."