1. Ricardo Pepi scored his first MLS goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time to give FC Dallas
a 2-2 tie with the Montreal Impact. The
17-year-old forward has played nine games, all off the bench, since he signed as a Homegrown Player from North Texas SC last June. 2. Cade Cowell, 16, became the youngest player to ever play for the San Jose Earthquakes
in their history when he came on to start the second half of their 5-2 loss to
Minnesota United. Homegrown signing George Campbell debuted for Atlanta United at the end of the first half of Atlanta United's 2-1 win over FC Cincinnati. 3. Philadelphia Union II signed 16-year-old Jack McGlynn to a USL Championship contract
. The midfielder from Middle Village, N.Y., joined the Union Academy
this season from the BW Gottschee Academy. He was one of 11 teenagers who played in the Union II's 0-0 tie against Loudoun United.