Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: 10,000 Minutes

This weekend, the Kansas City soccer teams went 2-1, with Sporting KC ending their winless and shutout streak with a 4-2 win over LA Galaxy. In California, the KC Current continued their unbeaten run with a 2-1 win over the San Diego Wave. Unfortunately, Sporting KC II fell 3-0 away to Houston Dynamo 2 in Texas on Sunday night. Here are the stats and milestones from this weekend’s games.

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Sporty KC

In the 33rd minute, Johnny Russell has reached 10,000 minutes of league play for KC, becoming the 23rd player to reach that mark.

In the 76th minute, Daniel Salloi hit 10,000 minutes in MLS competitions for KC, becoming the 26th player to reach that mark.

Salloi made his 100th league start, the 30th player to reach that mark.

Salloi scored his 46th goal in all competitions, ranking fifth all-time along with Josh Wolff on this list.

Salloi’s goal was his 39th in MLS competitions, breaking his tie with Kei Kamara for 7th all-time on that list.

Salloi’s goal was his 22nd home in league play for KC, breaking his tie with Chris Klein and Mo Johnston for 6th all-time on this list.

Salloi’s 2 assists gave him 21 in league games for KC and put him 12th all-time on this list.

The 2 assists gave Salloi 23 in MLS competitions, breaking his tie with Kamara and Jack Jewsbury in 12th all-time on this list.

Salloi’s 2 assists gave him 23 in all competitions for KC, placing him 12th all-time on that list.

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Salloi’s assist on Agada’s 2nd goal was his 9th game-winning assist in league play for KC, earning him sole 8th place on this list.

It was Salloi’s 9th assist in all competitions and put him 9th all-time on this list with Kamara, Kerry Zavagnin, Chance Myers and Khiry Shelton.

Roger Espinoza received his 10th yellow card of the season, continuing his career high.

Remi Walter started in MLS competitions for the 50th time, he is the 63rd player to reach this mark.

Marinos Tzionis made his 16th league substitute, the second-most in a single season in KC history.

Wily Agada’s 1st goal was KC’s 50th vs. LA in KC in league play. They are the fourth team against which KC have scored 50 goals in league play at home.

Agada’s second goal was KC’s 100th in all competitions against LA. They are the third team against which KC have scored 100 goals in all competitions.

KC current

Lo’eau LaBonta made her 57th league start for KC NWSL teams, breaking their tie with Yael Averbuch for 7th all-time on that list.

In the 54th minute, Kristen Edmonds passed Merritt Mathias to move up to 15th for minutes played for KC NWSL teams in all competitions. She finished the game with 3,438 minutes played.

Edmonds made her 33rd league start for KC NWSL teams, breaking their tie with Mandy Laddish for 16th all-time on that list.

Edmonds made her 41st start in all competitions, tying her with Katie Bowens in 13th all-time on that list.

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Edmonds and Victoria Pickett made their 42nd appearance in all competitions for KC NWSL teams, breaking their tie with Becca Moros in 16th all-time on that list.

In the 90th minute, Kristen Hamilton passed Amy LePeilbet to move up to 20th all-time in league minutes played for KC NWSL teams. She finished the game with 2,313 minutes played.

Hamilton made her 26th start in all competitions for KC NWSL teams, breaking their tie with Heather O’Reilly for 20th all-time on that list.

Sporty KC II

In the 11th minute, Jake Davis passed Kharlton Belmar to move up to 10th all-time for minutes played in league play. He finished the game with 3,931.

Davis made his 55th appearance in all competitions, tying with Parker Maher, Nansel Selbol and Tyler Pasher for 7th all-time on that list.

On lap 23, Jahon Rad passed Oumar Ballo to move up to 19th for minutes played in league play. He finished the game with 2,968 minutes played.

In the 69th minute, Rad Hadji passed Barry to move up to 20th for all minutes played in all competitions. He finished the game with 2,968 minutes played.

Rad played his 50th league game for SKCII, the 10th player to reach that mark.

Rad, making his 50th league appearance, tied him with Maher at 9th all-time on that list.

It was also Rad’s 50th appearance in all competitions. He is the 16th player to reach that mark.

His 50th appearance in all competitions put him 15th all-time on that list with Mark Anthony Gonzalez.

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At 17 years and 190 days, Nati Clarke became the 17th youngest player to start a game in the league or all competitions for SKCII.

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