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Singleton made seven saves, but the Falcons moved the ball around and created opportunities to beat sixth-ranked Burbank (6-3). “Their goalie is an excellent shot-blocker,” Crescenta Valley coach Jan Sakonju said. “We knew we had to do some lobs and cross-passes to beat her.” Nathan Brown, (818) 713-3607 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Paula Moren scored in the first minute of the third period as Burbank cut the Falcons’ lead to 5-3, but senior Minah Kim countered with two consecutive lob-shot goals over Singleton, and C.V. scored six in a row to put the Bulldogs away. Kim finished with four goals. “That (patience) is something (Kim) learned from last year,” Sakonju said Kim. “She didn’t have any of that last year. It shows maturity.” Kristin McLaughlin scored three first-half goals for C.V., and Ashley Masters added two. Lybov Tchougounova and Kelly Anderson also tallied for the Falcons. Frances Devalle, Meline Khanpapyan and Stephanie Ramirez also scored for Burbank. “(Burbank is) a team we have a lot of respect for,” Sakonju said. “We played them during the summer. … We knew they had talent.” LA CRESCENTA – Crescenta Valley High of La Crescenta’s girls’ water polo team is quite familiar with Burbank’s, and the Falcons took advantage of that familiarity Thursday afternoon, pulling away in the third period in an 11-4 nonleague victory. Crescenta Valley (8-2), ranked No. 5 by the Daily News, outscored visiting Burbank 6-1 in the third quarter, making its game plan work against the Bulldogs’ standout goalkeeper, junior Lachee Singleton.