Pilotin http://pilotin.org/ Fri, 11 Jun 2021 18:19:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.2 https://pilotin.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Pilotin http://pilotin.org/ 32 32 Ephrin-B3’s natural loss of function shapes spinal flight circuits in birds https://pilotin.org/ephrin-b3s-natural-loss-of-function-shapes-spinal-flight-circuits-in-birds/ https://pilotin.org/ephrin-b3s-natural-loss-of-function-shapes-spinal-flight-circuits-in-birds/#respond Fri, 11 Jun 2021 18:03:35 +0000 https://pilotin.org/ephrin-b3s-natural-loss-of-function-shapes-spinal-flight-circuits-in-birds/

Abstract

Flight in birds has evolved through the structuring of the wings of the forelimbs and the transition from an alternating gait to a synchronous beat. In mammals, the spinal midline guide molecule, ephrin-B3, instructs the wiring that allows limb alternation, and its removal leads to a synchronous jumping gait. Here, we show that the ephrin-B3 protein in birds lacks several motifs present in other vertebrates, decreasing its affinity for the EphA4 receptor. Avian ephrine-B3 gene lacks an activator that drives midline expression and is absent in galliformes. The morphology and wiring at the brachial level of the chicken embryonic spinal cord resembles that of ephrine-B3 lousy mice. The dorsal midline decussation, evident in the mutant mouse, is apparent at the brachial level of the chick and is prevented by the expression of exogenous substances. ephrine-B3 to the roof plate. Our results support a role of loss of ephrin-B3 function in the formation of avian brachial spinal cord circuits and the facilitation of synchronous wing flapping.

]]> https://pilotin.org/ephrin-b3s-natural-loss-of-function-shapes-spinal-flight-circuits-in-birds/feed/ 0 The Navy takes the Leonardo TH-73A training helicopter https://pilotin.org/the-navy-takes-the-leonardo-th-73a-training-helicopter/ https://pilotin.org/the-navy-takes-the-leonardo-th-73a-training-helicopter/#respond Fri, 11 Jun 2021 16:10:34 +0000 https://pilotin.org/the-navy-takes-the-leonardo-th-73a-training-helicopter/

Leonardo handed the first TH-73A helicopter to the US Navy for the training of the branch’s tilt-rotor and rotary-wing aviators, as part of an initial production of $ 171 million aircraft contract awarded in January 2020.

The Advanced Helicopter Training System, which is derived from AgustaWestland AW119 Koala, will replace the TH-57B / C Sea Ranger used by military student pilots at Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Fla., the company said Thursday.

Rear Admiral Robert Westendorff, chief of naval aviation training, said the branch will use modern cockpit technology and the system’s training program to hone the skills of aviators.

The Navy plans to purchase 130 TH-73A under a contract worth potentially $ 648.1 million, with an initial order for 32 trainers and deliveries over the next three years.

Leonardo said he would establish a 100,000 square foot center near the Whiting Field facility to maintain the helicopters and provide other fleet support services.

Several Navy officials and government officials attended the TH-73A presentation ceremony held Thursday at the company’s facilities in Philadelphia.

The helicopter is powered by Pratt & Whitney’s PT-6 engine and equipped with digital avionics from Genesys Aerosystems.

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The ATP flight school paves the way for the new pilot training center in Fort. Myers, Florida https://pilotin.org/the-atp-flight-school-paves-the-way-for-the-new-pilot-training-center-in-fort-myers-florida/ https://pilotin.org/the-atp-flight-school-paves-the-way-for-the-new-pilot-training-center-in-fort-myers-florida/#respond Fri, 11 Jun 2021 14:00:00 +0000 https://pilotin.org/the-atp-flight-school-paves-the-way-for-the-new-pilot-training-center-in-fort-myers-florida/

With an expected post-pandemic airline pilot shortage, the new 19,000 square foot building will increase ATP’s ability to train the next generation of pilots

FORT MYERS, Florida., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ATP Flight School Innovates and Begins Construction of New Page Field (FMY) Pilot Training Center in Fort. Myers, Florida. With an expected post-pandemic airline pilot shortage, the new 19,000 square foot building will increase ATP’s ability to train the next generation of pilots.

With 9,000 square feet of classroom, briefing and simulation space, ATP will exclusively use the facility to train aspiring pilots in the Pilot Airline Career Program. Starting from zero experience, students are on the fastest path to an airline pilot career, graduating in just nine months. Adjacent to the training center will be a 10,000 square foot maintenance center dedicated to the expert inspection and maintenance of ATP training feet.

ATP is already operating in Fort. Myers Page field and took delivery of new Piper Archers. Twenty-five of those Garmin G1000 NXi-equipped planes will be delivered throughout 2021, as ATP increases training capacity across the country.

With future pilot retirements exceeding the capabilities of the training industry, ATP has expanded access to airline pilot training throughout Florida. In addition to Fort. Myers, Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Stuart, and Tampa sites, ATP opened training centers this spring at Sarasota, Land of lakes, and Boca Raton.

“A shortage of 12,000 pilots is expected by 2023, according to the analysis of Olivier Wyman, and pilots in training will now be well placed to take advantage of this opportunity, ”said Michael arnold, Director of Marketing, ATP Flight School. “The new ATP facility will provide aspiring pilots at Fort Myers with the best training and resources so they can get to the airlines first and establish their careers as quickly as possible.”

Airline Career Pilot Program course dates begin every Monday at the Ft. Myers site, with construction of the new training center expected to be completed in January 2022.

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ATP will take delivery of 25 new Piper Archers throughout 2021, bringing the fleet to over 450 aircraft.

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KLM continues its plan to reconfigure aircraft in Premium Economy class https://pilotin.org/klm-continues-its-plan-to-reconfigure-aircraft-in-premium-economy-class/ https://pilotin.org/klm-continues-its-plan-to-reconfigure-aircraft-in-premium-economy-class/#respond Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:31:11 +0000 https://pilotin.org/klm-continues-its-plan-to-reconfigure-aircraft-in-premium-economy-class/

At the end of last year, we found out that KLM was planning to introduce a premium economy product. The inclusion of this class of service is an ongoing trend that has continued to gain momentum in recent years, with Emirates being one of the latest airlines to add it. Seeking to be the next major carrier to follow, the CEO of KLM noted in an interview that his airline had accelerated the introduction of the new class in its long-haul aircraft even before the global health crisis.

KLM’s oldest 787s are only about six years old and were first delivered to the airline in 2015. Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple theft

KLM and premium economy class

In December 2020, we first reported on KLM’s premium economy plans. The airline hopes to have class on long-haul jets by mid-2022. While we only found out about KLM’s PE ambition in December, the airline seems to have been thinking about class for some time, with its CEO noting in a CAPA Live interview that even before the global health crisis, there was a plan for the product:

“We decided, before COVID, to accelerate the introduction of premium economy class as a class. Today we only have it as an ancillary service. -Pieter Elbers, CEO of KLM

In fact, KLM’s current long-haul configuration only provides for two classes of service: business and economy. The airline offers an Economy Comfort subclass, which offers economy class service with more spacious seats placed in the front of the cabin section, behind the business class.

Although no details have been released on the appearance of the class, Premium Economy Class generally offers wider seats with more legroom and more recline than Economy Class. Many airlines have also included “pop-out” legrests with their premium seats. Larger IFE screens, early boarding as well as an elevated dining experience are traditionally additional aspects of this cabin.

Below is an overview of what the “other half” of KLM, Air France, offers in terms of premium economy.

Focus on the 777 and 787

Simple Flying had also announced that the first planes to benefit from the premium economy class would be the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the 777-300ER. This plan was reaffirmed on Wednesday by the CEO of KLM, Elbers saying: “We are reconfiguring the majority of our widebody flights, focusing on the 777 and 787.”

Those familiar with KLM’s fleet will understand that this simply means that the airline’s Airbus A330s will be left out, at least in the initial reconfigurations. The carrier has 11 A330s, six of which are the shortest -200 and the other five are the longest -300. The -200 fleet has an average age of 15 years, while the -300 have an average age of eight and a half. It is also possible that the A330s will not be reconfigured at all if the airline does such an early retirement.

The airline’s 787-10s are among the newest wide-body aircraft in the KLM fleet. Most of them were delivered in 2019. Photo: KLM

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For upgrades and downgrades

One of the more interesting notes Elbers shared about the premium economy was that it wouldn’t just be for economy travelers who are hoping for an improved level of service. On the contrary, the CEO admits that this new class could turn travelers away from the more profitable business class, saying:

“This can accommodate both business travelers not returning in business class and economy class (travelers) by ensuring that there is a little more room and a little more space, which could start after COVID to be of value to our consumers. “

The airline’s Boeing 777 and 787 will be the primary target of a reconfiguration for the premium economy, leaving the airline’s Airbus A330s in the initial deployment. Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple theft.

While most airlines would certainly accommodate traditional economy class passengers by paying more for the in-service upgrade, downgrading from business class would be much less desirable. However, it looks like the CEO of KLM is acknowledging that this is a phenomenon that can indeed happen – a pragmatic view of an industry that has changed a lot with the pandemic.

With about a year to go, are you looking forward to KLM’s premium economy class? Let us know by leaving a comment!

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‘Delta’: why the Greek names of the Covid variants are taking off | Books https://pilotin.org/delta-why-the-greek-names-of-the-covid-variants-are-taking-off-books/ https://pilotin.org/delta-why-the-greek-names-of-the-covid-variants-are-taking-off-books/#respond Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:00:00 +0000 https://pilotin.org/delta-why-the-greek-names-of-the-covid-variants-are-taking-off-books/

The policy of naming the variants of the plague was heavy even before Donald Trump started talking about the “Chinese virus”. The Spaniards were not thrilled to be officially blamed for the 1918 pandemic of “Spanish flu”, now known as H1N1. But strings of numbers and letters are hard to follow, so maybe there’s a middle ground between those and the demonization of perfectly innocent geographies. Just because a nasty new bug is first noticed in a place doesn’t mean it originated there.

It is for such reasons, in fact, that biomedical authorities have decided to start using more neutral names for what are euphemistically called “variants of concern.” The ‘Indian variant’ of the Sars-CoV-2 virus, now the most prevalent in the UK thanks to Boris Johnson’s liberal policy with the borders he has regained control of, has been renamed Delta, being the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet. (Kent was alpha, beta from South Africa, and gamma from Brazil.)

Sad to report, the more xenophobic sections of the press did not really enter into the spirit of this new practice, continuing to refer to “the Indian ‘delta’ variant”. Meanwhile, US airline Delta is probably eagerly awaiting the discovery of epsilon.

A word for every day of the year by Steven Poole is published by Quercus.

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The Las Vegas Ballpark will be operating at 100% capacity for the first time this season tonight for the Aviators game against the Reno Aces.

After allowing only 50% of capacity in the first month of the season, the team announced on Monday that social distancing would no longer be enforced.

Masks will also no longer be needed for those who are fully vaccinated due to CDC and state guidelines.

The game will be the first in a six-game series with Reno as well as the first of a 12-game homestand that ends on June 22.

The Aviators haven’t played in front of a full Las Vegas Ballpark crowd since the stadium’s inaugural season in 2019. The team averaged 9,299 fans per game that year and topped the MiLB in terms of fan participation. .

The 2019 season also saw 47 sold-out sales and nearly double fan attendance from the previous season after the team left Cashman Field and moved to Summerlin.

All-time attendance at the Las Vegas Ballpark is 12,710,596, compared to a total of 12,001,011 in 36 seasons of play at Cashman Field.

The stadium was also just voted the best in AAA baseball for the second time in three years by Ballpark Digest fan vote.

Fans attending this weekend’s games will be treated to a $ 2 beer tonight, a post-game fireworks display on Friday and Aviators automatic blinds on Saturday.

Contact Aidan Subira at asubira@reviewjournal.com

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Delta pilot finds note in cockpit describing previous pilot’s “chilling” airplane experience https://pilotin.org/delta-pilot-finds-note-in-cockpit-describing-previous-pilots-chilling-airplane-experience/ https://pilotin.org/delta-pilot-finds-note-in-cockpit-describing-previous-pilots-chilling-airplane-experience/#respond Thu, 10 Jun 2021 19:58:48 +0000 https://pilotin.org/delta-pilot-finds-note-in-cockpit-describing-previous-pilots-chilling-airplane-experience/

(NEXSTAR) – A Delta pilot flying out of California recently discovered a note from the former captain of the plane detailing a “very frightening” experience landing at the same airport more than a year ago. year.

First Officer Nick Perez, who has flown with Delta Air Lines for just under five years, found the handwritten letter on June 1 as he prepared to pull one of Delta’s A321 planes out of the airport ground of Victorville, California. The plane had been parked at the facility 435 days earlier amid falling demand for air travel in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Perez soon learned, the note was left on purpose by First Officer Chris Dennis, who had stored it in a tray table on the flight deck.

Dennis had flown the A321 to Victorville from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) on March 23, 2020. Upon landing, he felt compelled to document his feelings upon seeing rows and rows other planes out of service and imagining what that can be a signal for the airline industry.

“Hey pilots, it’s March 23rd and we’ve just arrived from MSP. It’s very scary to see so many of our fleet here in the wilderness, ”Dennis wrote. “If you’re here to pick it up, the light must be at the end of the tunnel. Amazing how quickly this has changed. Have a good flight out of storage! “

Chris Dennis left the note as a sort of “time capsule” after seeing a “shocking” number of out of service planes parked at the Victorville airport. (Delta Air Lines / Chris Dennis)

As Dennis later told Delta, he was unaware he was transporting the plane to Victorville for storage when he left MSP and only became aware of the plane’s plight as it approached. final. After landing, he was ordered to bring the plane behind a “tracking vehicle” that would drive the plane to a parking spot next to a “shocking” amount of other parked planes.

“I thought about the number of jobs of people who depend on just one of these planes,” Dennis told Delta. “From the booking agent, to the ticket agent, to the pilot, to the flight attendants, to the mechanics, to the flight crew. Then you go further: the car rental agency, hotels, tourism companies.

On Facebook, Dennis also described the moment as “apocalyptic” and “surreal,” comparing it to the grounding of all flights immediately after the 9/11 attacks.

“It’s horrible,” he wrote of the pandemic’s effect on the travel industry. “Please stay indoors, social distanced, and let it go quickly.”

After finding the letter on June 1, Perez said he could imagine how Dennis was feeling.

“He must have thought he was quitting his job. In March, I was 100% sure I was going to lose my job, ”he told Delta.

Perez also said that there now appears to be a “light” at the end of the tunnel, just as Dennis had hoped.

“[Back then], we were getting good at landing empty planes, now we’re headed in the right direction. I am in a good mood. I am very optimistic. I feel what I felt in 2017 again – ready to go.

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Sandpoint, ID – Tamarack Aerospace is delighted to announce that the National Aeronautic Association (NAA) has recognized Nicholas Guida, CEO and Co-Founder of Tamarack Aerospace, and J. Wickham Zimmerman, 30-year-old pilot, aircraft owner and CEO from Outside the lines, for US National Record Airplanes Class C-1.e, Group III Speed ​​over a course recognized record. The elapsed time of the record-breaking non-stop flight on January 26 was four hours, 35 minutes and 11 seconds in a Cessna 525 Citation (N44VS). The converted Active Winglet aircraft traveled 1,386 miles and used a total of 2,610 pounds of fuel.

This record-breaking flight was part of the “Fly-Off” between the Tamarack Active Winglets and a Cessna Flat Wing (N741CC) from Portland, ME to Palm Beach, FL. Journalists from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) were on board both planes to document the event, which was followed live on the web. The record was recognized by the NAA, which holds US aviation records and is the oldest national aviation club in the United States.

Guida is proud of his record breaking flight. “I am delighted to see the Tamarack Active Winglets being recognized for their in-flight capabilities. Active Winglet mods can result in up to 33% fuel savings, depending on weather conditions and other variables. by Guida after Fly-Off maintenance is available to stream online.

Zimmerman shares: “I am very satisfied with the performance of the Active Winglets during the January fly-off and I am proud to have participated in this record-breaking opportunity. Active Winglets offer significant fuel savings, increased safety benefits and more. I am happy that the aviation industry is able to see this revolutionary technology in action. ”

Tamarack Active Winglets consist of a wing extension, a winglet and an autonomous load relief system. The technology provides instant adjustment to turbulence, delivering smoother and safer flights, faster climbs, forgiveness for shorter runways, fewer stops and up to 33% reduction in fuel consumption. Tamarack Active Winglets modifications are present on more than 130 CitationJets today and are being considered for other aircraft, including single-aisle commercial and military aircraft.

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American Airlines adds nonstop flight from Tulsa to Austin https://pilotin.org/american-airlines-adds-nonstop-flight-from-tulsa-to-austin/ https://pilotin.org/american-airlines-adds-nonstop-flight-from-tulsa-to-austin/#respond Thu, 10 Jun 2021 13:38:00 +0000 https://pilotin.org/american-airlines-adds-nonstop-flight-from-tulsa-to-austin/

TULSA, Okla. – American Airlines announces that it will begin offering daily nonstop service from Tulsa to Austin later this year.

The new non-stop service will operate year round from November 2, 2021.

“We look forward to adding a new service from Tulsa to Austin, giving local customers another choice for their travel plans,” said Brian Znotins, vice president of network planning for American Airlines. “We look forward to welcoming more Tulsans back to travel with American to experience all that Austin has to offer, as well as to further connect them to our global network.”

Austin will become American Airline’s sixth non-stop service destination from Tulsa. Other non-stop service destinations include:

  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Ft. Worth, Texas
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Charlotte, North Carolina

“Non-stop flights to major markets are critical to Tulsa’s continued economic success. I would like to thank American Airlines for this and other recent service additions to TUL, which provide essential air connectivity to our travelers, ”said Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum.

With the addition of Austin to the route network, Tulsa International Airport now offers 21 non-stop destinations.

“We are delighted to welcome American’s new nonstop service to Austin and are grateful for its continued growth in Tulsa,” said Andrew Pierini, director of air services development and marketing at Tulsa International Airport. “Austin was one of our top ten unserved markets and we’re delighted the Tulsans have another non-stop option to take them on their trips.”


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League of Prospects Notice Board (June 9) | Sports https://pilotin.org/league-of-prospects-notice-board-june-9-sports/ https://pilotin.org/league-of-prospects-notice-board-june-9-sports/#respond Thu, 10 Jun 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://pilotin.org/league-of-prospects-notice-board-june-9-sports/

COLLEGE BASEBALL

League of hopes ranking

Hourly Central

East Division

Wabash`W`L`GB River

Lafayette Aviators`9`3`—

Danville Dans`6`4`2.0

Terre Haute Rex`6`6`3.0

Illinois Valley pistol shrimp`3`9`6.0

Ohio River Valley`W`L`GB

Champion City Kings`7`5`—

West Virginia minors`5`5`1.0

Chillicothe`4`6`2.0 paints

Johnstown Mill Rats`4`8`3.0

West Division

Big river`W`L`GB

Clinton LumberKings`7`4`—

Normal corn belts`7`4`—

Burlington Bees`7`5`0.5

Quincy Gems`4`8`3.5

Prairie Land`W`L`GB

O’Fallon Hoots`6`5`—

Springfield`6`5`— cursors

Alton River Dragons`4`6`1.5

Cape catfish`4`6`1.5

June 8 Games

West Virginia Miners 8, Chillicothe Paints 0

Johnstown Mill Rats 6, Champion City Kings 2

Lafayette Aviators 5, Illinois Valley Pistol Shrimps 4

Burlington Bees 7, Alton River Dragons 6

Quincy Gems 16, Clinton LumberKings 3

O’Fallon Hoots 3, Springfield Sliders 2

Natural Corn Belts 13, Cape 11 Catfish

Terre Haute Rex in Danville Dans, postponed to June 17

June 9 matches

Terre Haute Rex 9, Champion City Kings 7

Lafayette Aviators 8, Johnstown Mill Rats 7

Illinois Valley 3 pistol shrimp, Clinton LumberKings 1

Sliders Springfield 8, Burlington Bees 1

Danville In 9, O’Fallon Hoots 5

Quincy Gems 16, Alton River Dragons 4

Cape Catfish 2, Normal CornBelters 1

Chillicothe Paints at West Virginia Miners, postponed to June 12

June 10 Games

West Virginia Miners at Chillicothe Paints (Double Show), 5:05 p.m.

Terre Haute Rex at Champion City Kings, 5:35 p.m.

Johnstown Mill Rats at Lafayette Aviators, 6:05 p.m.

Clinton LumberKings at Burlington Bees, 6:30 p.m.

Danville Dans at Alton River Dragons, 6:35 p.m.

O’Fallon Hoots at Quincy Gems, 6:35 p.m.

Normal CornBelters at Cape Catfish, 7:05 PM

Springfield Sliders at Illinois Valley Pistol Shrimp, 7:05 p.m.

June 11 Games

Illinois Valley pistol shrimp at Terre Haute Rex, 5:30 p.m.

West Virginia minors at Chillicothe Paints, 6:05 p.m.

Johnstown Mill Rats at Lafayette Aviators, 6:05 p.m.

Champion City Kings at Danville Dans, 6:30 p.m.

Springfield Sliders at the Clinton Lumberkings, 6:30 p.m.

Burlington Bees at Normal Cornbelters, 6:35 p.m.

Quincy Gems at Alton River Dragons, 6:35 p.m.

Cape Catfish at O’Fallon Hoots, 6:35 p.m.

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At Carshield Field, O’Fallon

Danville In 9, O’Fallon Hoots 5

Danville`AB`R`H`RBI

Jonathon Thomas cf`5`1`2`3

Ben Higgins rf`4`2`1`0

Keenan Taylor 3b`5`0`1`0

Tony Castonguay c`3`1`1`1

Cooper McMurray 1b`3`1`1`1

Nick Constantine dh`4`1`1`1

Logan Kohler 3b`3`1`0`0

Sam Bianco 3b`0`0`0`0

Oliver Dunn ss`4`2`2`0

Kobe Andrade lf`4`1`2`1

Colton Smith p`0`0`0`0

Jackson Torsey p`0`0`0`0

Jaxen Forrester p`0`0`0`0

Jake Léger p`0`0`0`0

Totals`37`9`12`8

O’Fallon`AB`R`H`RBI

Josh Gibson ss`4`2`1`1

JT Mabry 2b`4`1`2`0

Brett Johnson cf`4`1`1`1

Matt Dunham 1b`4`0`0`0

Ryan Peltier 3b`5`0`1`1

Stephen Randazzo II dh`4`1`2`0

Clayton Stephens rf`4`0`1`0

Cade Hohl ph`1`0`0`0`

Drew Pollum c`4`0`1`0

Luke Vinson lf`3`0`1`1

Devyn Terbrak p`0`0`0`0

Trent Glidwell p`0`0`0`0

Jackson Keller p`0`0`0`0

Brock Kuehler p`0`0`0`0

Totals`37`5`10`4

Danville`004`310`100` — `9`12`2

O’Fallon`011`201`000` — `5`10`1

E – Castonguay, Forrester, Glidewell DP – O’Fallon 1. LOB – Danville 4, O’Fallon 12. 2B – Dunn, Andrade. RH – Thomas, McMurray, Constantine, Gibson, Johnson. SB – Thomas, Higgins, Dunn, Mabry. CS – Thomas.

Danville`IP`H`R`ER`BB`SO

Birdsong (W, 2-0) `5.0`6`4`3`4`6

Forrest`2.0`1`0`0`0`4

Torsey`1.0`1`1`0`0`3

Light`1.0`0`0`0`0`2

Totals`9.0`8`5`3`4`15

O’Fallon`IP`H`R`ER`BB`SO

Simpson (G, 0-2) `2.2`7`6`6`1`2

Diaz`2.1`5`3`3`1`2

Stover`2.0`1`0`0`0`1

Ozuna`1.0`0`1`0`0`0

Totals`8.0`13`10`9`2`5

WP – Torsey 2, Glidwell 2, Keller. PB – Castonguay. RAP – McMurray (by Terbrak), Kohler (by Keller).

Time – 2:54. Attendance – 659.

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