LA Galaxy II set single game franchise attendance record
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The LA Galaxy II were able to set a single game franchise attendance record on Oct. 7 when they beat the Portland Timbers 2 by a score of 3-2 at the StubHub Track and Field Center. A total of 3,000 fans attended the contest as the Galaxy II were able to sell out their final home game of the 2017 United Soccer League season. 

It was also an historic night for one Galaxy II player. Efrain Alvarez became the youngest player ever to play a United Soccer League game. Alvarez is only 15 years and three months old. He also picked up an assist on a goal by Jack McBean in the 73rd minute. The Galaxy II got their other two goals from Ariel Lassiter and Jefrey Payeras. The goal by Payeras, his first of the season, came in the 94th minute. 

The Galaxy II have one more game to complete their 2017 United Soccer League season. They will play the Real Monarchs Salt Lake City at Rio Tinto Stadium on Sat., Oct. 14. The Real Monarchs currently lead the Western Conference with 64 points. They have six more points than Reno 1868 FC, who are in second place in the Western Conference with 58 points.