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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: SPR Match Day 2

Some stats from the Rangers 1-0 win last night.

Erik Palmer-Brown made his debut for Swope Park
Thad Bell

Last night the Swope Park Rangers picked up their second win of the young USL season thanks to Kharlton Belmar’s second goal in as many games. Here are some stats from last night’s game.

Christian Duke made his 31st league start for Swope Park, breaking his tie with Ualefi for 1st place on that list.

At 17 years, 40 days, Max Rugova became the second youngest player to appear in a league game for Swope Park.

At 19 years, 339 days, Erik Palmer-Brown became the 11th youngest player to appear in a league game for Swope Park.

He became the seventh youngest player to start a league game for Swope Park.

At 24 years, 362 days, James Musa became the 13th oldest player to appear in and start a league game for Swope Park.

At 26 years, 312 days, Lebo Moloto became the 6th oldest player to start a league game for Swope Park.

Kharlton Belmar scored his second goal for Swope Park, he tied Christian Duke for 8th all time in both league and in all competitions.

Nansel Selbol recorded his second league assist for Swope Park, tying him with Duke, Tommy Meyer, Dane Kelly, and Ever Alvarado for 6th on that list.

In all competitions it was Selbol's third assist, giving him sole possession of 7th place on that list.

Selbol made his 24th league appearance for Swope, tying him with Tomas Granitto for 8th all time on that list.

Selbol made his 26th appearance in all competitions, tying him with Oumar Ballo for 9th on that list.

Tyler Pasher made his 25th league appearance for Swope, giving him sole possession of 7th place on that list.

Pasher made his 29th appearance in all competitions, breaking his tie with Tommy Meyer for 6th on that list.

Pasher started his 22nd league game for Swope Park, breaking his tie with Kris Tyrpak and Amer Didic for 4th on that list.

It was Pasher's 26th start in all competitions, tying him with Meyer for 3rd on that list.

Adrian Zendejas made his 11th appearance, tying him with Daniel Salloi for 19th on that list.