ALBION — Competing in the highly-competitive Boone County Invite Saturday, Wolfpack wrestlers fared well.
Three EPPJ wrestlers competed and all three placed at the tournament.
Logan Henn improved his record to 22-8 on the season, finishing fifth in the 113-pound class. In the fifth place match, Henn pinned O’Neill’s Elias Lorenzo in 1:32.
At 145 pounds, Ryan Pelster improved his season record to 26-9 and placed third. In the consolation finals, Pelster pinned Levi Sudbeck of Pierce in 1:37.
Wolfpack senior Andrew Fangman placed third in the 170-pound weight class. He improved his record to 32-4, pinning Beau Dostal of Malcolm in the consolation finals.
Individual results from Albion were:
113 pounds — Logan Henn (Elgin/Pope John) received an opening round bye; quarterfinal - Devon Sell (Kearney ) 17-6 won by fall over Henn (Fall 3:24); Henn won by fall over Dylan Duhsmann (Guardian Angels Central Catholic) 2-15 (Fall 0:45); Henn won by tech fall over Hunter Tucker (Ashland-Greenwood) 5-20 (TF-1.5 4:56 (17-0)); Cons. Semi - Lester Palencia (David City) 29-6 won by decision over Henn (Dec 6-0); 5th Place Match - Henn 22-8 won by fall over Elias Lorenzo (O`Neill) 4-17 (Fall 1:32)
145 — Ryan Pelster (Elgin/Pope John) won by fall over Hunter Bergman (Neligh/Oakdale) 12-17 (Fall 1:45); Levi Sudbeck (Pierce) 21-7 won by decision over Pelster (Dec 6-4); Cons. Round 2 - Pelster won by fall over Lee Betzen (David City) 12-20 (Fall 2:42); Cons. Round 3 - Pelster won by fall over Austin Duhsmann (Guardian Angels Central Catholic) 20-18 (Fall 1:40); Cons. Semi - Pelster won by forfeit over Conner Kranda (Aquinas Catholic) 24-12 (For.); 3rd Place Match - Pelster 26-9 won by fall over Levi Sudbeck (Pierce) 21-7 (Fall 1:37)
170 — Champ. Round 1 - Andrew Fangman (Elgin/Pope John) received an opening round bye; Quarterfinal - Fangman won by fall over Edgar Boteo (Kearney) 16-13 (Fall 1:03); Semifinal - Darlondo Hill (Omaha Westside) 23-6 won by tech fall over Fangman (TF-1.5 6:00 (19-4)); Cons. Semi - Fangman won by major decision over Alec Price (Pierce) 24-8 (MD 17-9); 3rd Place Match - Fangman 32-4 won by fall over Beau Dostal (Malcolm) 26-12 (Fall 4:39)
O’NEILL — Trailing entering the fourth quarter, Elgin Public-Pope John rallied to defeat North Central 44 to 42 in the quarter-final round of the girls Niobrara Valley Conference Tournament.
In the final eight minutes of the game, the Wolfpack outscored the Lady Knights 12 to nine to survive and advance in the tournament.
The game was won in the final moments. Coach Randy Eisenhauer said North Central was unable to get the ball in-bounds and was whistled for a five-second call. With the ball under EPPJ’s basket, Jenna Parks got the ball to Ally Wemhoff at the top of the key. She was fouled on her shot attempt with 1.1 seconds left in the game. The freshman then made two free throws for the margin of victory.
The Wolfpack’s defense may have been the difference in the game. In the second half the Wolfpack outscored North Central 23 to 12.
Senior Jenna Parks led EPPJ with 15 points, Baylee Wemhoff added 11.
By virtue of the victory, the Wolfpack will now play St. Mary’s in the semi-final round of the tournament Friday night (February 5) at St. Boniface gymnasium. Tip-off will be at 6:15 p.m.
Wolfpack 44, North Central 42
Wolfpack……………………………5 16 11 12 — 44
North Central………………………13 17 3 9 — 42
Wolfpack — Liz Selting 5, Jenna Parks 15, Calli Krebs 2, Jordan Mescher 2, Baylee Wemhoff 11, Allyson Wemhoff 8, Lydia Behnk 2.
ELGIN — Victory tastes sweet, especially at tournament time when it’s win and advance.
Elgin Public-Pope John did just that Saturday night, defeating North Central 60 to 46 in the first round of the Niobrara Valley Conference boys basketball tournament.
The Wolfpack built a 13-point lead in the first half as, Coach Scott Becker said, the team passed the ball well to find the open man.
In the second half, the Wolfpack held off several runs by the Knights. Back-to-back baskets by Kyle Kallhoff gave the Wolfpack a 36 to 21 advantage with just over six minutes left in the third quarter. North Central answered back, cutting the lead to 38 to 27 on a trey by Cash Cosgrove.
Following a basket by Chad Bode, the two teams traded baskets before North Central’s Quinton Shaw cut the lead to 11 points, 42 to 31.
Twice the Knights had a chance to cut the Wolfpack’s lead to single digits, only to be thwarted by the Wolfpack’s defensive play.
A three-pointer by Ashton Evans bumped the lead back to 14 points with two minutes to go in the quarter and the Knights were unable to make another significant run the rest of the game.
At one point in the fourth quarter the lead grew to 16 points as the Wolfpack’s quickness was too much for North Central to overcome on this night.
Kallhoff led EPPJ with 12 points, Scott Moser had 11 and Dylan Behnk tossed in 10 points. Cosgrove led the Knights with 10 points.
Wolfpack 60, North Central 46
North Central..8 9 17 12 — 46
Wolfpack……16 14 19 11 — 60
Wolfpack — Dylan Behnk 4-6 2-4 10, Chad Bode 3-5 1-2 7, Ashton Evans 1-1 1-2 4, Liam Heithoff 0-2 0-0 0, Kyle Kallhoff 5-11 1-4 12, Austin Meis 4-5 0-1 8, Scott Moser 3-7 5-6 11, Seth Schumacher 4-13 8. Team totals: 24-50 10-19 60.
North Central — Jakob Heerten 4, Cash Cosgrove 10, Ethan Munger 4, Sage Osborn 8, Quinton Shaw 8, Kevin Udd 7, Griffin Smith 5. Team totals: 16-47 10-16 46.
Team statistics — Three-point shots - Wolfpack 2-7 (Ashton Evans 1, Kyle Kallhoff 1), North Central 4-15. Rebounds - Wolfpack 33 (Dylan Behnk 7), North Central 31. Assists - Wolfpack 11 (Seth Schumacher 4, Ashton Evans 3), North Central 8. Steals - Wolfpack 10 (Seth Schumacher 7), North Central 16. Turnovers - Wolfpack 16, North Central 20.
SECTION 0100 – INVITATION TO BIDDERS
1. General 1
2. Contract Documents 1
3. Bid Security 2
4. Payment and Performance Bonds 2
5. Davis Bacon Act Wage Determinations 2
6. Debarment and Suspension 2
7. Nondiscrimination in Employment 2
8. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
Section 0100 – Invitation to Bidders
• The City of Elgin, Nebraska will receive bids for the construction of a Municipal Well, Wellhouse, and Transmission Line until 1:30 P.M. on March 3, 2016 at the Elgin City Offices, 104 Pine Street, Elgin, Nebraska. At that time the bidding will be closed and no other bids will be accepted for any reason. Bids will be opened and grand totals, start dates, and completion dates will be publicly read aloud. Public may request line items or other detailed information from the bids at that time.
• The proposed construction includes the following items:
Section A involves the construction of a municipal well, that is approximately 345 feet deep, including 32” diameter bore hole, 16 inch PVC casing, 16-inch stainless steel screen, and gravel pack, bentonite seal, and neat cement grout.
Section B involves the construction of a well house, with poured concrete walls and appurtenances. Appurtenances include earthwork, seeding, a variable frequency drive, new operating controls, standby generation, and a chemical room.
Section C involves the construction of the transmission line, which consists of an 8-inch PVC transmission line extending from the well to the water tower. Work includes fire hydrants, gate valves, miscellaneous fittings, and concrete removal and replacement.
• The Owner intends to award one contract for all work to be performed on the entire project.
• The Owner will award the contract to the low, responsive bidder based on grand total bid prices, construction start and completion times, materials, and contractors past performance with the Owner and Engineer.
• The Owner reserves the right to award the project including any combination of the base bid, alternates, or additions.
• The Owner reserves the right to reject all bids, and to waive any irregularities in bidding.
• It is the responsibility of the contractor to fully examine the plans and specifications for the project and include all labor, materials, and cost of equipment that will be included in the construction of the project.
• The bidder shall not qualify bids in any manner.
• Bids submitted to the owner shall remain current for a period of 35 days.
• No bids may be withdrawn for a period of 35 days without written consent from the Owner.
• Contract Documents
• Shall be kept on file by the Owner and shall be made available to the public.
• Bidders shall obtain a set of contract documents, plans, and specifications from Advanced Consulting Engineering Services.
• Cost of the bidding documents shall be $60.00, none of which is refundable.
• The bidding set will include a bid form, instructions to bidders, contract documents and construction specifications along with an 11-inch by 17-inch set of plans.
• Bid Security
• Bidders shall submit a bid security certificate in the amount of 5% of the grand total base bid with all bids.
• In lieu of a bid security certificate, the Bidders may submit a certified check in the amount of 5% of the grand total base bid. The certified check shall be made out to the Owner.
• Checks and bid securities shall be returned to unsuccessful bidders.
• Payment and Performance Bonds
• The successful bidder shall be required to provide Payment and Payment Bonds in the amount of the sum of the contract.
• Davis Bacon Act Wage Determinations
• Contractors and subcontractors on USEPA federally assisted construction projects are required to pay their laborers and mechanics not less than those established by the U.S. Department of Labor. A current wage decision containing the appropriate building and/or heavy type rate is included in the specifications.
• Debarment and Suspension
• The prospective participants must certify by submittal of EPA Form 5700-49, Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters, that to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for disbarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transaction by any federal department or agency.
• Nondiscrimination in Employment
• Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President’s Executive Order No. 11246. Requirements for bidders and contractors under this order are explained in the specifications.
• Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
• Each bidder must fully comply with the requirements, terms and conditions of the US Environmental Protection Agency, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) requirements, including the fair share objectives for disadvantaged business participation during the performance of this contract. The bidder commits itself to fair share objective for disadvantaged business participation contained herein and all other requirements, terms and conditions of these bid conditions by submitting a properly signed bid.
PUBLISH: FEBRUARY 3, 10, 17, 24 & MARCH 2, 2016