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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: SPR Opener

Some stats from last night’s season opening win for the Swope Park Rangers.

Salloi celebrates his goal
Thad Bell

Wan Kuzain Wan Kamal became the second player on an academy contract to start a game for the Swope Park Rangers after Jaylin Lindsey.

At 17 years, 192 days, Wan Kamal became the 4th youngest player to play a game for SPR.

He also became the second youngest player to start a game for Swope Park.

At 18 years, 290 days, Felipe Hernandez became the 6th youngest player to play a game for SPR.

Hernandez became the third youngest player to start a game for the Rangers.

At 20 years, 85 days, Latif Blessing became the 10th youngest player to play a game for SPR.

He's the seventh youngest player to start a game for the Rangers.

Blessing became the Rangers' 4th youngest goal scorer with his goal.

At 22 years, 136 days, Dakota Barnathan became the 18th youngest player to play a game for SPR.

At 26 years, 308 days, Lebo Moloto 6th oldest player to play for SPR.

Moloto became the 5th oldest player to debut for SPR.

At 25 years, 357 days, Oumar Ballo moved up to 8th on the list for oldest player to play for SPR.

At 25 years, 293 days, Christian Duke moved up to 10th on the list for oldest player to play a game for SPR.

Duke recorded his second assist for the Rangers in league and all competitions, tying him with Tommy Meyer, Dane Kelly, and Ever Alvarado for 6th in league play. In all competitions he moved into a tie for 7th with Meyer, Kellly, Alvarado, Kris Tyrpak, and Nansel Selbol.

Duke made his 31st league appearance for the Rangers, breaking his tie with Ualefi for 1st place on that list.

Duke made his 30th league start for the Rangers, tying him with Ualefi for the most starts in league play for the Rangers.

Kevin Ellis at 25 years, 268 days became the 11th oldest player to play a game for SPR.

Kharlton Belmar at 24 years, 114 days became the 17th oldest player to play a game for SPR.

Belmar's goal made him the 4th oldest player to score a goal for the Rangers.

At 23 years, 256 days, Parker Maher became the 19th oldest player to play a game for SPR.

Daniel Salloi's goal was his 5th for the Rangers, tying him with Tyler Pasher for the 4th most all time in both league play and in all competitions.

Salloi's assist was his 4th for the Rangers, tying him with Kevin Oliveira and Ualefi for 3rd in league play. In all competitions it tied him with Oliveira and Tyler Pasher for 4th.

Nansel Selbol made his 25th league appearance for the Rangers, breaking his tie with Dane Kelly for 10th on that list.