Closer Luis Pena gave up the tying run in the bottom of the ninth, but the Sounds tallied twice in the top of the 10th and survived a scare to claim a 5-4 victory over Memphis.
Lead-off man and second baseman Hernan Iribarren led the offense with a 3 for 5 effort that included an RBI. Gwynn finished 2 for 4, Heether was 2 for 5 and shortstop Chris Woodward was 2 for 2 with a double and triple.
The Stars (7-6) jumped on first-place Tennessee for 16 hits, giving them 33 in their last two outings, and claimed a 7-3 road victory.
Huntsville scored single runs in the third through sixth innings for a 4-1 lead and then put the game away with two in the eighth and one in the ninth.
The surging offense featured three hits apiece from shortstop Alcides Escobar, third baseman Mat Gamel and left fielder Cole Gillespie. Gamel and Gillespie led the way with two RBIs apiece, while center fielder and lead-off hitter Freddy Parejo and first baseman Chris Errecart added two hits and Parejo scored three times.
The red-hot Gamel's average moved up to .383, while Escobar pushed his to .325.
The Manatees, sporting a three-game losing streak, are off until opening a three-game series at Jupiter on Tuesday night. Brevard County sits at 3-8 and in last place in the Florida State League's East Division.
Trailing 6-3, the Power exploded for seven runs in the sixth inning, sending 12 batters to the plate against three Greensboro pitchers en route to a 10-6 victory.
Catcher Ulrich Snijders slammed his third homer, a three-run shot in the fifth and finished 2 for 3. Wilson and Fryer also contributed two hits as the latter improved his average to .325.
The Brewers suffered the indignity of being no-hit as three Missoula hurlers handcuffed the hosts during the 1-0 decision.
Brandon Ritchie (0-1) suffered the defeat, giving up six hits and two walks but allowing the only run while striking out four in his 5.2 inning stint. Nestor Corredor and Lucas Luetge combined to allow only one hit over the final 3.1 innings.
The Brewers slipped to 1-6, suffering a tough 2-1 setback against the Royals.
The visitors managed only four hits, two of them from left fielder Brandon Drespling.
Starter Damon Krestalude (0-2) was the hard-luck loser, allowing five hits but only one run while striking out four in three innings. He and two relievers struck out seven and walked only one.