LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer offense got a jolt of life at the expense of host La Cañada on Monday afternoon after having been dormant for most of the season prior.
Crescenta Valley only had one goal to its name the entire season before manufacturing three goals against the Spartans for a 3-2 comeback win, with all three coming in the second half and the game-winner coming on a fall-away effort from Whitley Boller.
"We were two goals down, but our team fights," Crescenta Valley Coach Jorden Schulz said. "It doesn't always look pretty but they tend to work hard nonetheless. The game isn't over until it's over."
The first half came and went without any goals and only a few scoring chances until both offenses exploded in the second half. La Cañada (3-4) came out on fire to start the second half, scoring two straight goals in two minutes. Although it put Crescenta Valley (2-3-1) down early, the Falcons were still able to scratch out the one-goal victory.