Nashville, TN – Ben Bracewell tossed seven shutout innings to lead the Nashville Sounds to a 5-0 win over the Round Rock Express in front of 7,923 at First Tennessee Park Sunday night.
The right-hander limited the Express to just three hits and two walks while recording five strikeouts in his fifth win of the season. The dominant outing came off the heels of six scoreless frames in his last start.
Bracewell was the benefactor of some early offense as the Sounds plated three runs in the first inning. With one out in the opening inning, Josh Phegley and Yairo Munoz collected back-to-back singles to start a rally. Joey Wendle brought in the first run of the night with a bullet to right field, plating Phegley to make it 1-0.
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Clarksville, TN – Kirstin Robertson‘s 53rd-minute goal was all Austin Peay State University women’s soccer needed to run its winning streak to three, with the Governors topping Lipscomb, 1-0, at Morgan Brothers Soccer Field, Sunday afternoon.
With the win, Austin Peay has now won three of four to start the 2017 campaign—the second consecutive year the Governors have won three of their first four contests.
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Clarksville, TN – Senior Ashley Slay finished with 19 kills and sophomore libero Ginny Gerig notched a season-best 28 digs but Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team dropped a four-set decision (19-25, 23-25, 28-26, 12-25) to Northern Iowa, Sunday afternoon in the final match of the Culvers Governors Challenge at the Dunn Center.
Clarksville Police report Motorcycle Crash at Intersection of Riverside Drive and North Second Street
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police say on Sunday, August 27th, 2017, around 2:00pm a 22 year old female, driving a 2004 Chrysler Pacific was stopped in the left lane of southbound Riverside Drive, near the intersection of North Second Street, waiting to make a left turn into Arby’s when a 20 year old male, riding a 2015 Honda 50F motorcycle, rear-ended the Chrysler.
Land Between the Lakes, KY/TN – The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm will host a Trades Fair on Saturday and Sunday, September 2nd and 3rd, 2017 from 10:00am to 4:00pm in Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
Traditional trades and crafts people will share knowledge of vanishing folk art skills. Admission is $5.00 ages 13 and older, $3.00 ages 5-12, and free for ages 4 and under.
Clarksville, TN – Next week, the economic calendar picks up, with the important figures (nonfarm payrolls, ISM manufacturing) arriving as market participants get set for the three-day weekend. Consumer confidence figures will cover the first half of the month and are therefore unlikely to reflect much of an impact from Charlottesville.
Second quarter GDP growth is likely to be revised higher in the 2nd estimate (a 2.6% pace in the advance estimate).
Early Canada Goose Season Also Begins
Nashville, TN – Dove season opens on Friday, September 1st, 2017 at noon (local time), the annual start of one of Tennessee’s most long-standing outdoor sports traditions.
Tennessee’s 2017 season is again divided into three segments: September 1st through September 28th; October 14th through November 5th; and December 8th through January 15th, 2018.
Nashville, TN – Join Nashville Zoo on September 28th for their annual Sunset Safari 2017, presented by UBS. This year’s event celebrates the Zoo’s 20th anniversary at Grassmere and features some of Music City’s most popular restaurants, live music, and special animal guests.
Guests can take an evening stroll through the lush pathways of the Zoo as they enjoy appetizers, entrees and sweets from some of Nashville’s finest restaurants. Animal encounters and live entertainment will accompany the culinary delights along the trail.
The Zoo’s animal keepers will host a silent auction featuring a 2-night stay in a local boutique hotel, a behind-the-scenes tour of Georgia Aquarium, unique paintings created by the Zoo’s animals and more. The Patron Party features exclusive food and beverages and special photo opportunities with animals.
Written by Andrew Good
Pasadena, CA – A good watch can take a beating and keep on ticking. With the right parts, can a rover do the same on a planet like Venus?
A concept inspired by clockwork computers and World War I tanks could one day help us find out. The design is being explored at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
The Automaton Rover for Extreme Environments (AREE) is funded for study by the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program. The program offers small grants to develop early stage technology, allowing engineers to work out their ideas.
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