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Nashville Sounds get 10-5 win at San Antonio Missions

 

Nashville Sounds 

Nashville SoundsSan Antonio, TX – The Nashville Sounds ended their road trip with four home runs and win on Monday, defeating the San Antonio Missions 10-5.

San Antonio started off with a two-run first inning. Mauricio Dubon singled to lead things off and was hit in by Keston Hiura on a triple. Tyrone Taylor singled to bring in Hiura and gave the Missions a 2-0 lead.

Jett Bandy evened the score at 2-2 when he blasted a two-run home run in the top of the second inning that also scored Matt Davidson. It was Bandy’s second home run of the road trip.

Nashville Hits Four More Home Runs to Split Series with San Antonio Missions. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Hits Four More Home Runs to Split Series with San Antonio Missions. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds lose Sunday to San Antonio Missions, 5-4

 

Nashville Sounds

Nashville SoundsSan Antonio, TX – The Nashville Sounds hit three home runs Sunday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough in a 5-4 loss to the San Antonio Missions at Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium.

Willie Calhoun and Matt Davidson clubbed solo homers in the sixth inning, and Andy Ibanez drilled a two-run blast in the eighth for Nashville. It was the most home runs in a game for the Sounds as they dropped to 3-8 on the season.

The Sounds had a tough time against Missions starter Adrian Houser as he kept them off the scoreboard until the two long balls in the sixth. Going into the top of the sixth, Nashville had managed only three hits and was trailing 3-0.

Nashville Sounds Fall to 3-8 on the Season with Loss in San Antonio Missions, Sunday. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds Fall to 3-8 on the Season with Loss in San Antonio Missions, Sunday. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds fall to San Antonio Missions, 5-3

 

Nashville Sounds 

Nashville SoundsSan Antonio, TX – The San Antonio Missions got two timely home runs from left fielder Tyler Saladino to lead to a 5-3 win over the Nashville Sounds Saturday night in San Antonio.

The home runs from Saladino came in the second inning to give San Antonio a 2-1 lead, and again in the seventh inning to give them some breathing room at 3-1.

Nashville got on the board first when Andy Ibanez belted a solo homer to left-center field in the top of the second inning. It was the first home run of the season for Ibanez who extended his hitting streak to seven games.

Nashville Sounds lose to San Antonio Missions Saturday night. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds lose to San Antonio Missions Saturday night. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds rally for eight runs in the eight to beat San Antonio, 7-3

 

Nashville Sounds

Nashville SoundsSan Antonio, TX – The Nashville Sounds trailed 2-0 when they erupted for seven runs in the eighth inning to lead them to a 7-3 win over the San Antonio Missions Friday night in San Antonio.

Remarkably, all seven runs of the damage scored by Nashville in the eighth inning came with two outs. San Antonio reliever Donnie Hart was summoned in relief of Jay Jackson who had retired all four Nashville batters he faced. Hart faced three batters and failed to record an out.

Nolan Fontana started the rally with a ground-rule double to right-center. Zack Granite legged out an infield single to put runners at the corners for Carlos Tocci who cut the deficit in half at 2-1 with a run-scoring single. It was one of two hits for Tocci who leads the Sounds with five multi-hit games.

Nashville Sounds get 7-3 road win against San Antonio Missions, Friday. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds get 7-3 road win against San Antonio Missions, Friday. (Nashville Sounds)

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APSU Soccer inks 10 players for 2019 season

 

APSU Sports Information

APSU Soccer - Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s soccer head coach Naomi Kolarova has announced her recruiting class for the 2019-2020 season.

After losing 11 players following her first season in charge, Kolarova has brought in four transfers and six true freshman, including three international players.

Austin Peay Women’s Soccer Head Coach Naomi Kolarova. (APSU)

Austin Peay Women’s Soccer Head Coach Naomi Kolarova. (APSU)

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NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter observes Water Movement on the Moon

 

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationGreenbelt, MD – Using an instrument aboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), scientists have observed water molecules moving around the dayside of the Moon.

A paper published in Geophysical Research Letters describes how Lyman Alpha Mapping Project (LAMP) measurements of the sparse layer of molecules temporarily stuck to the surface helped characterize lunar hydration changes over the course of a day.

Up until the last decade or so, scientists thought the Moon was arid, with any water existing mainly as pockets of ice in permanently shaded craters near the poles.

View of the Moon. (NASA)

View of the Moon. (NASA)

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NASA’s Juno spacecraft reaches halfway point in Jupiter mission

 

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationPasadena, CA – On December 21st, at 8:49:48am PST (10:49:48am CST) NASA’s Juno spacecraft will be 3,140 miles (5,053 kilometers) above Jupiter’s cloud tops and hurtling by at a healthy clip of 128,802 mph (207,287 kilometers per hour). This will be the 16th science pass of the gas giant and will mark the solar-powered spacecraft’s halfway point in data collection during its prime mission.

Juno is in a highly-elliptical 53-day orbit around Jupiter. Each orbit includes a close passage over the planet’s cloud deck, where it flies a ground track that extends from Jupiter’s north pole to its south pole.

A south tropical disturbance has just passed Jupiter's iconic Great Red Spot, and is captured stealing threads of orange haze from the Great Red Spot in this series of color-enhanced images from NASA's Juno spacecraft. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstadt/Sean Doran)

A south tropical disturbance has just passed Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot, and is captured stealing threads of orange haze from the Great Red Spot in this series of color-enhanced images from NASA’s Juno spacecraft. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstadt/Sean Doran)

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NASA’s Juno Mission discovers Waves in Jupiter’s Atmosphere

 

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationPasadena, CA – Massive structures of moving air that appear like waves in Jupiter’s atmosphere were first detected by NASA’s Voyager missions during their flybys of the gas-giant world in 1979. The JunoCam camera aboard NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter has also imaged the atmosphere.

JunoCam data has detected atmospheric wave trains, towering atmospheric structures that trail one after the other as they roam the planet, with most concentrated near Jupiter’s equator.

Three waves can be seen in this excerpt of a JunoCam image taken on Feb. 2, 2017, during Juno's fourth flyby of Jupiter. The region imaged in this picture is part of the visibly dark band just north of Jupiter's equator known as the North Equatorial Belt. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/JunoCam)

Three waves can be seen in this excerpt of a JunoCam image taken on Feb. 2, 2017, during Juno’s fourth flyby of Jupiter. The region imaged in this picture is part of the visibly dark band just north of Jupiter’s equator known as the North Equatorial Belt. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/JunoCam)

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Blanchfield Army Community Hospital recognizes Fort Campbell physician assistants during Physician Assistants Week

 

Written by Maria Yager
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Public Affairs

Blanchfield Army Hospital - BACH - Fort Campbell KYFort Campbell, KY – Physician assistants on Fort Campbell gathered at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital October 11th, 2018 to celebrate the 51st anniversary of their profession and the physician assistant’s role in Army Medicine.

The luncheon and networking event was held in conjunction with PA Week.

Physician assistants serve as the primary medical provider to Soldiers in battalion and division level units and are responsible for unit medical readiness and training medics.

Fort Campbell's most senior physician assistant Terry Davis, (center) assigned to Blanchfield, newest physician assistant 1st Lt. Elizabeth McGrattan, assigned to the Tennessee National Guard, and the hospital's newest Interservice Physician Assistant Program Phase II student 1st Lt. Thomas Carroll cut a cake Oct. 11 at a luncheon and networking event at the hospital in honor of PA Week. (U.S. Army photo by Laura Boyd.)

Fort Campbell’s most senior physician assistant Terry Davis, (center) assigned to Blanchfield, newest physician assistant 1st Lt. Elizabeth McGrattan, assigned to the Tennessee National Guard, and the hospital’s newest Interservice Physician Assistant Program Phase II student 1st Lt. Thomas Carroll cut a cake Oct. 11 at a luncheon and networking event at the hospital in honor of PA Week. (U.S. Army photo by Laura Boyd.)

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101st Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade Master Sergeant Squad Forged in Afghanistan, “We are the Backbone of the Army”

 

Written by Staff Sgt. Caitlyn Byrne
101st Airborne Division (AA) Sustainment Brigade Public Affairs

101st Sustainment Brigade - LifelinersFort Campbell KY - 101st Airborne Division

Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan – It is said that people are bound together through adversity, and under the added demands of a deployment, the members of the self-proclaimed Master Sergeant Squad came together as a cohesive team in order to tackle the challenges presented to them.

Despite their more ominous title, the Master Sergeant Squad is nothing but courteous and professional, with the word “squad” instead representing their ferocious dedication to Soldiers, the accomplishment of the mission and each other.

The Master Sergeant Squad of the 101st Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, consists of (from left to right): Master Sgt. Mark Gomez, signal support systems chief and native of San Antonio, TX; Master Sgt. Fontella Keesee, native of Erin, TN and operations NCOIC for the brigade; Master Sgt. Amy Prince, native of Statesboro, GA and noncommissioned officer in charge of the brigade’s supply section; Master Sgt. Kelvin Ladner, the senior human resources sergeant and native of Hattiesburg, MI. (Staff Sgt. Caitlyn Byrne, 101st Sustainment Brigade PAO)

The Master Sergeant Squad of the 101st Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, consists of (from left to right): Master Sgt. Mark Gomez, signal support systems chief and native of San Antonio, TX; Master Sgt. Fontella Keesee, native of Erin, TN and operations NCOIC for the brigade; Master Sgt. Amy Prince, native of Statesboro, GA and noncommissioned officer in charge of the brigade’s supply section; Master Sgt. Kelvin Ladner, the senior human resources sergeant and native of Hattiesburg, MI. (Staff Sgt. Caitlyn Byrne, 101st Sustainment Brigade PAO)

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