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6 Nov. 17, 2010 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook assic at The Bath County High en teams. Bath Countyis 2nd Annual Chik-Fil- Fleming County County in the opening ty 10:40 a.m. - Burgin School girls' basketball scheduled to face Ludlow A Classic Panoramaat(11:50 a.m.); Lexing- round of the 2010 61st vs. Washington Coun- team will compete in at2:10p.m, in the next to West Jessamine High ton Catholic vs. Gar-District Tournament. ty 11:50 a.m. - East the 2nd Annual Chik- last gameoftheday. School. rard County (1 2nd Annual Chik- Jessamine vs. Flem- Fil-A Classic Panorama The Lady Cats.are one Other panorama p.m.) and West Jes- Fil-A Classic Panora- ing County 1:00 p.m. - at West Jessamine High of three 16th Region matchups will feature samine vs. Lewis ma Lexington Catholic vs. School onSaturday, Nov.teams set to corn- Boyle County vs. Scott County (3:20 p.m.). West Jessamine Garrard County 2:10 20. This year's West Jes- pete in the preseason County (9:30 p.m.); Bath County ended High School p.m. - Bath County samine girls' basketball event. Fleming Coun- Burginvs. Washington the 2009-10 season Saturday, Nov. 20 vs. Ludlow 3:20 p.m. team will feature six ty and ,Lewis County County ('10:40 a.m.); 81-16. The Lady Cats 9:30 a.m. - Boyle - West Jessamine vs. games involving one doz- will also play in the East Jessamine vs. fell to host Fleming County vs. Scott Coun- Lewis County By Arlen McNabb News Reporter On a beautiful Satur- day morning at the Ken- tucky Horse Park, with the cross-country teams' participation in the KH- SAA Championships, the fall sports season of- ficially came to an end. It was a fitting conclusion to a busy and memorable season. Some of the high- lights of the fall season included the WildCat soc- cer team advancing to the regional tournament and the LadyCat volleyball team making its first ap- pearance in the regional tournament. Without a doubt, the boys' goff team and the cross-country teams had seasons to re- member. The WildCat golf team, led by junior Logan Hogge, finished as the All A Re- gional Champion, as well as the EKC West Quali- fier Champion. The team also won the Paintsville Invitational. The season culminated with Logan Hogge finishing in the top ten at the KHSAA State Golf Championship' and becoming the first BCHS golfer to be named to the All State Golf Team. Although none of our cross-country members matched Logan Hogge s ninth place finish in the KHSAA Golf Champion- ships, the entire teams were represented. The WildCats making its third straight appearance in the KHSAA State Champion- ship: had their best show- ing in the elite field. Competing without Fer- nando Ortiz, the. team's number-four runner, the boys' team finished 21st in the 27 team field. Once again, the team was led by the dynamic duo of Josh Jones and Evan Staviski, who finished fifty-fourth (18:13) and sixty-first respectively (18:19). Dale Curtis made sure that his appearance in the State Meet was a memorable one; Dale finished 124th in the meet, but his time of 19:23 was a career best. Logan McNabb, perhaps the youngest runner in the field, finished 196th and ran a respectable 22:42. Justin Jones (25:36) finished the race in 207th place. The LadyCats, compet- ing in the State for the first time in twenty-six years, finished in 23rd position. Alex Emmons (131) completed the tough course in 25:16. Haley Clark (25:33) finished in 138th place. Other par- ticipants for Bath County included Shelby Fawns (26:10/146th), Christina Thompson (26:54/152nd), and Caitlin Hamm (26:57/154th). With ev- ery member returning next year, the girls' team should be able to start their own consecutive ap- pearance streak. The BCMS boys' bas- ketball team had a busy week. After traveling to Fleming County on Tuesday, the seventh- and eighth-grade teams played three games in the Montgomery County Pan- A-Rama. On Friday night, the eighth-grade team claimed*its first victory of the season with a thrilling four point overtime win over Paris. Unfortunate- ly, that would be the only victory of the weekend for the Wildcat program. Both teams would suf- fer losses to Fleming and Elliot on Saturday. The teams will try to get back on track this week with three games scheduled. Like the middle school, the rest of us will now turn our attention to the hardwood. The WildCats and LadyCats have been preparing for the season with hopes of returning to the regional tourna- ment. The teams are led by first year coaches who hope to lead their teams to success. Mike Murray will take the reins of the EadyCat progam, trying to mesh the experienced players with a group o5 talented young players. Deron Breeze will try to get the 'Cats back to the Regional tournament af- ter a year's absence. , Photo Submitted Dorothy Bascom, along with her son George Bascam, daughter-in-law Nancy Bascom, and granddaughter Maggie ~scom recently attended a fundraising event for the Epis- copal Church Foundation in Louisville. Pictured from left to right: Dorothy, George, Maggie, Nancy Cooler Building Bath CO. Agricultural Extension Foundation, Inc. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Bath County Agricultural Extension Foundation, Inc., announces that sealed LUMP SUM BID PROPOSALS for furnishing all materials and performing all work necessary to complete: Cooler Building THE BATH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOUNDATION, INC. 2914 East Highway 60 Owingsville, Kentucky 40360 will be accepted, by Mr. Jimmie Thompson, Chairman of THE BATH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOUNDATION, INC. In the Bath Co. Agricultural Extension facility PUBLIC MEETING ROOM located as follows: BATH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOUNDATION, INC. Public Meeting Room 2914 East Highway 60 Owingsville, Kentucky 40360 BID ACCEPTANCE DATE/TIME: TUESDAY, 23 November 2010 at 10:00AM.. Bids shall be submitted In original form by hand delivery to Insure delivery by the time indicated. Faxed bids will not be accepted. The Bids received until that time will be opened publicly by the Owner and read aloud. SITE VISITS / PRE-BID CONFERENCE: All Contractors shall visit the site to become familiar with the project requirements. Later claims for labor, equipment, or materials required or difficulties encountered which could have been foreseen had such examination been made, will not be recognized. BIDDER'S QUALIFICATIONS Bidder's Qualifications are required by the Owner for all General Contractors to be submitted by the apparent low and/or best bidder as determined and as requested by the Owner, and as set forth herein: The Contractor is properly licensed and maintains a permanent place of business, in the state of Kentucky, and has adequate plant and equipment to perform the work properly and expeditiously. A Contractor's Qualification Statement, submitted properly on AIA document, A305. Financial Statement verified by the Contractor's Certified Public Accountant. References of [3] clients of past projects, listing project and description, dollar value, and contact person. History of Firm. Listing of the Superintendent to be assigned to the project and their specific qualifications. BIDDING DOCUMENTS AND DEPOSIT Copies of the bidding documents may be obtaIned from the Bath Co. Agricultural Extension Fouundation Inc. indicated above. Sets of the Contract Documents MAY BE PURCHASED. Partial sets will not be issued. No plans, specifications, or bid documents will be released commencing [5] calendar days prior to the date of the bid opening. BID SECURITY - 5% Bid Bond required on the form provided. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 1 R obet, ts : Bath, Men e CALL HERITAGE MCGEHEE INSURANCE if'