Nashville, TN – The Nashville Predators dropped their second game in a row with a flat performance against the visiting Detroit Red Wings, 3-1 in Nashville.
Detroit goaltender Petr Mrazek was solid in net for the Red Wings with 31 saves on the night, fighting off every offensive attack from the Predators.
Luke Witkowski scored his first NHL goal at 4:12 of the first period to give the Wings the early lead, 1-0. Witkowski broke free of the Predators’ defense and beat Nashville goalie, Juuse Saros on a back hand shot.
Gustav Nyquist made it 2-0 at 10:54 of the period with his redirection of a Nick Jensen shot, and suddenly, Detroit had the momentum and the two goal lead.
Athens, GA – Despite a double-double from Kyle Alexander, No. 18 Tennessee fell on the road to Georgia, 73-62, at Stegeman Coliseum on Saturday night.
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Clarksville, TN – Despite holding the lead for half the game, Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team fell in a nail biter to Jacksonville State, Saturday, 51-50.
Austin Peay (15-12, 8-8 OVC) had success inside early with Brianne Alexander scoring four of the Governors 10 points in the paint.
Nashville, TN – Whirling disease was recently discovered by biologists during their annual trout population monitoring in the South Holston and Watauga tailwaters. The discovery is the first known occurrence of this disease in Tennessee.
Whirling disease, a condition caused by a non-native microscopic parasite, affects fish in the trout and salmon family, including rainbow, brook, and brown trout. This parasite can cause damage to the fish’s cartilage and skeletal tissue, resulting in deformities in the head and spine. They may also develop a black tail, or display “whirling” or erratic tail-chasing behavior.
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Savannah, GA – Austin Peay State University men’s golf got the spring session off to a rollicking start, firing matching 286s to sit in third at the Invitational at Savannah Harbor, hosted by William & Mary.
With a four-under par 572 through two rounds, the Govs are one of three teams to shoot under par on the first day of competition.
#11 Tennessee Lady Vols at #13 Missouri Tigers
Sunday, February 18th, 2018 | 1:00pm CT
Knoxville, TN – No. 11/11 Tennessee (21-5, 9-4 SEC) begins a two-game road swing Sunday, facing No. 13/13 Missouri (21-5, 9-4 SEC) in Mizzou Arena at 1:00pm CT/ 2:00pm ET.
In what will be the 10th meeting between the two programs, Tennessee will look to recover from a 72-63 loss to Alabama while the Tigers are looking to extend their streak of consecutive wins to five.
Leading into Tennessee’s loss to Alabama, the Lady Vols had won four straight games.
The most recent feather in Tennessee’s cap was a 62-46 win over #18/18 Georgia on Sunday afternoon in front of a “Live Pink, Bleed Orange” crowd of 12,523 in Knoxville, improving UT’s record against ranked teams to 6-3 this season.
Written by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow
Fort Knox, KY – Unfortunately, the growing divide between the military and society was apparent last week when a teacher’s inaccurate and misinformed statements about the quality of America’s armed forces made national headlines.
As a U.S. Army officer for more than 30 years, I can tell you our nation’s military services are among the most respected organizations in the world, and the individuals who choose to serve deserve the support of our nation’s people.
About 50 percent of young Americans today admit they know little to nothing about our military. As a nation, we are failing them, and we are failing ourselves.
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Clarksville, TN – Junior pitcher and outfielder Morgan Rackel, of the Austin Peay State University softball team, has been named the Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week.
Rackel handled her first week as a Governor with aplomb, throwing two complete games in the circle and hitting .300 for the week. In her debut, the Calgary native tossed a complete-game against Georgia Southern, scattering six hits and striking out eight and aiding her own cause with a solo home run in the fourth inning.
Montgomery County, TN – Fifty-eight educators in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System are being honored and celebrated Thursday night, February 22nd at a newly designed event sponsored by James Corlew Chevrolet of Clarksville
Roxy Regional Theatre Executive Director Ryan Bowie serves up 40 characters in “Fully Committed” in theotherspace, February 26th-March 6th
Clarksville, TN – Nearly forty characters appear in the latest offering upstairs in the Roxy Regional Theatre’s theotherspace, and all of them are played by Executive Director Ryan Bowie.
Becky Mode’s wildly funny one-man tour de force, “Fully Committed”, plays the 50-seat black-box theatre located upstairs at the Roxy for four evenings only, February 26th – March 6th.
Described by The NY Times “a richly comic affirmation of everything ever heard, or suspected, about the bad behavior that good food can inspire,” the play centers on Sam, a struggling actor who works as a reservation clerk at a chic Manhattan restaurant. Coercion, threats, bribes, histrionics — a cast of desperate callers will stop at nothing in their zeal to land a prime reservation, or the right table.
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