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Cabool Middle School basketball schedules

Posted November 8th, 2018 by Randon Brown

  • 7th & 8th Grade Boys

Nov. 12: Houston here, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 15: At Licking, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 20: Ava here, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 27: Mtn. Grove here, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 29: Liberty here, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 30: At Willow Springs, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 3: At Ava, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 6: At Thayer, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 10: At Houston, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 14: Salem here, 5:30

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

  • 7th & 8th Grade Girls

Nov. 12: At Mtn. View, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 13: Thayer here, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 16: At Willow Springs, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 19: At Thayer, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 26: At Ava, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 29: At Houston, 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 30: Willow Springs here, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 3: Ava here, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 4: Liberty here, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 7: Houston here, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 11: Mtn. Grove here, 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 13: At West Plains, 5:30 p.m.

Boys host Thayer in 7th & 8th grade season opener!

Posted November 8th, 2018 by Randon Brown

The basketball season for the seventh and eighth grade Bulldogs opened November 1 as they hosted Thayer.

The seventh grade contest was won by the visitors, 42-28.

Aceton Gonzales led Cabool offensively with 16 points. Josh Shockley and Braxton McCall had 4 points each and Trey Atkins and Seth Owens had a basket each.

Coach Robbie Mossman said the seventh grade Bulldogs got off to a slow start, but played well the second half of the game. “Due to a slow start in the game, we were unable to make up the difference. Defensively we had trouble setting up our sets and running our full court defense and boxing out all the way around. Offensively we got some open looks and created some space for some good shots and took advantage of their defensive mishaps within our offense. We have improved on this summer and I am proud of this team and look forward to the rest of this season for these athletes,” he said.

The eighth grade Bulldog basketball team fell to Thayer 44-12. Offensively the following Bulldogs scored: Evan Counts with 6 points, Caleb Graven with 4 points, and Anthony Ortega with 2 points.

“We had too many unforced turnovers on the offensive side of things and we struggled blocking out on a consistent basis to a good Thayer basketball team,” Mossman said. “We do have some positive things to build off, but we really need to go back to work on the fundamentals on both sides of the ball.

“I thought Anthony Ortega really grew tremendously in his first middle school basketball game. Caleb Graven played really hard all night and made some nice defensive plays that lead to several fast break opportunities. Evan Counts has a lot of potential especially in the offensive side.

“When I look at the overall performances of all my players, there were times in which all of them played really well. We need to work on being more consistent as a whole and that starts in how we approach practice on a daily basis, which is a big challenge at the middle school level.”

The boys will host Houston on Monday, November 12, with the seventh grade game at 5:30 p.m., followed by the eighth grade game.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

CHS students to present “Shrek The Musical” November 8-10

Posted November 6th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Princess Fiona, Grace Shockley, wants you to save the date for “Shrek The Musical,” which will be performed by Cabool High School next Thursday through Saturday, November 8-10, at 7:00 p.m. and also a matinee on Saturday, November 10, at 3:00 p.m.

The cost is $5.00 a ticket. Any Cabool Schools student may attend with a current ID/lunch card.

Tickets go on sale Monday at the high school office. All proceeds of the performance will go to the music department, which sponsors this event.

“Shrek The Musical” is a fun and family friendly event, and is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Score in final seconds secures 15-14 Bulldog win over Salem!

Posted October 29th, 2018 by Randon Brown

A touchdown in the final five seconds capped by an all-important two-point conversion gave the Cabool Bulldogs a 15-14 win in a fan-thrilling varsity football game at Salem October 19.

Coach Vince McCrosky said it was one of the biggest wins of his coaching career. “This ranks right up there, especially how we came back with a minute and a half – that just shows how great our kids are.”

McCrosky said the Bulldog defense was “just outstanding,” allowing the Tigers only 87 yards on offense. “I can’t say enough about (Coach) Rance Walls and the defense.” He gave special note to “our front three,” positions filled by Josh Rowlett, Saxton Green, Hayden Casper and Spencer Christeson during the hard-fought contest.

“Will Johnson was just clutch in the two-minute drive to win the game. Kaleb Sigman was huge in that drive,” McCrosky said. “Our running backs, Shawn (Smith) and Dakota (Overby), ran hard.”

“The thing I like most about winning the game is the reaction of the community. Here it’s personal,” said McCrosky. “I’m so happy. I’m happy for Cabool.”

The victory closed the regular season for the Bulldogs, who will now enter district play this Friday, taking on the Bobcats at Thayer for the second time this year. Their September 28 contest ended 34-7 in Thayer’s favor.

“We’re going to go with a little bit different mentality, a little bit different philosophy this game with Thayer,” McCrosky said. “We’re going to run it right at them. We’re going to be more physical.”

The winner in the October 26 clash will advance to the second round of district play the following Friday.

Last Friday night’s game at Salem found the Bulldogs taking a 7-0 lead on a 12-yard interception return by Austin Parsons with Kaleb Sigman kicking the point after. The lead held until the fourth quarter when the Tigers tied it on a 1-yard touchdown run and point-after kick. Salem then went ahead 14-7 on a 16-yard TD run and point after, but the game was not over.

The Bulldogs’ final possession started on their own 25-yard line with 1:41 on the game clock. They drove into Tiger territory and hit pay dirt on a 26-yard TD pass from Will Johnson to Dakota Overby with just five seconds left to play. Down by one point, Cabool went for the two-point conversion on a run by Dakota Overby. The Bulldogs succeeded and won the game 15-14.

Will Johnson completed 8 of 15 pass attempts in the South Central Association conference game, with Kaleb Sigman catching 5 for 50 yards; Dakota Overby, 2 for 29 yards; and Shawn Smith, 1 for 17 yards.

Dakota Overby carried the ball 18 times for 138 yards; Shawn Smith, 11 times for 5 yards; Dalton Overby, 9 times for 33 yards; Will Johnson, 7 times for 6 yards; and Austin Parsons, 3 times for 17 yards.

On defense, Austin Parsons made 6 solo tackles and 9 assisted tackles; Josh Rowlett, 6 solo, 4 assisted, 1 sack; Hayden Casper, 6 solo, 3 assisted, 1 sack; Shawn Smith, 5 solo, 4 assisted; Kaleb Sigman, 5 solo, 3 assisted, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery; Spencer Christeson, 5 solo, 2 assist; Collin Emery, 2 solo, 6 assisted; Saxton Green, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Jake Morris, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Conner Hurst, 1 solo; Dalton Overby, 2 assisted, sack assist.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Lady Bulldogs have record-breaking season!

Posted October 29th, 2018 by Randon Brown

The Cabool High School Lady Bulldogs came in second in the Class 2 District 9 volleyball tournament at Cabool, but ended their season with the best record of any CHS volleyball team — 26-8-3.

The Lady Bulldogs played Plato Monday in the first round of the tournament and won. That put them against Licking on Tuesday night where Cabool was again victorious, advancing to Tuesday night’s championship match with Liberty High School of Mtn. View. The Lady Eagles of Liberty won the district title.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Lady Bulldogs to play in district tournament Monday!

Posted October 19th, 2018 by Randon Brown

As the Lady Bulldogs prepare to play in next week’s district tournament, here’s a look back at recent action.

  • On Saturday, October 6, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Licking for a tournament. Cabool played Salem, Summersville, Liberty, and Steelville in pool play. The Lady Bulldogs beat Salem 26-24 and 25-12. Stat leaders for this game were Jaydra Johnson, 7 kills; Elizabeth Whetstine, 7 kills; Olivia Scheets, 3 aces and 17 assists; and Gracie Campbell, 7 digs.

In the next match of the day Cabool played Summersville, defeating them 25-20 and 25-20. Stat leaders were Hailey Shannon, 6 kills; Jaydra Johnson, 5 kills; Elizabeth Whetstine, 6 kills; Gracie Campbell, 5 aces; Olivia Scheets, 6 aces; and Abigail Chalfant, 9 digs.

Next match of the day was Liberty. Cabool split this match, winning the first set 25-20 and losing the second set 17-25. Stat leaders were Jaydra Johnson with 8 kills; Hailey Shannon, 3 kills; Olivia Scheets, 4 aces; and Katlynn Ellison, 12 digs.

“We came out ready to play and I am so proud of the girls for competing in this game. Honestly, this is one of the best games we have played all year. I hope we can carry this play into districts,” Coach Julia Reaves said.

The next pool play game was against Steelville. The Lady Bulldogs came out on top winning both sets 25-17 and 25-9. Stat leaders for this game were Jaydra Johnson, 6 kills; Hailey Shannon, 4 kills. Katlynn Ellison, 3 aces and 6 digs; and Abby Chalfant, 4 aces.

After pool play the top two teams from each pool made it out to bracket play. The Lady Bulldogs ended up being second in their pool, losing to Liberty by three points.

The Lady Bulldogs played Licking in the first match of bracket play, losing in two sets, 15-25 and 20-25.

Cabool ended up playing for third place against St. Charles High School. The Lady Bulldogs came up a little short, 21-25 and 20-25.

“Overall the girls played well all day. I was very proud that we were able to take Liberty one game and also competed well. Things are falling into place very well right now and we are doing our jobs,” said Reaves.

  • On Tuesday, October 9, the Lady Bulldogs played host to the Thayer Bobcats for senior night. Cabool came out on top in two sets, 25-10 and 25-9. Stat leaders were Jaydra Johnson and Elizabeth Whetstine with 5 kills each and Katlynn Ellison with 4 aces and 4 digs.

“I am very proud of our three seniors and their dedication this season,” Reaves said. “It was a great night to honor them and recognize them for their accomplishments.”

  • On Thursday, October 11, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Ava for a conference game. The Lady Bulldogs came out on top in two sets, 25-20 and 25-19. Jaydra Johnson led with 11 kills; Olivia Scheets, 20 assists; Makayla Green, 3 aces; and Katlynn Ellison, 15 digs.

“This win made our season record 23-7-3. We play Salem on Tuesday night (October 16) for our last conference game before districts. Districts will be October 22 and 23 here in Cabool. Come out and support the girls!”

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Bulldogs to face Tigers at Salem Friday!

Posted October 19th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Cabool hosted the Ava Bears in varsity football October 12. The South Central Association conference game was won by the visitors 58-13.

Speaking of the Ava team, Cabool Coach Vince McCrosky said, “They are who we want to be. They have been in their system for years now. They run it flawlessly. Their second team runs it as good as their first team. We have a system, and we make fewer mistakes every week. Our kids pick up more little things every week, which allows us to become more proficient every week.”

The Bulldogs held a brief lead in the first quarter when Dakota Overby scored on a 75-yard run. The point-after kick was blocked.

Ava tied the game with a 31-yard touchdown run, then added a 43-yard touchdown pass play and a successful two-point conversion to lead 14-6 going into the second quarter.

The Bears scored on a 3-yard run, a 45-yard pass play, and a 23-yard pass play, with successful two-point conversions after each, in the second quarter, making it 38-6 at the half.

Cabool was unable to get over the goal line in the third quarter, while Ava added three touchdowns and two extra-point kicks for a 58-6 score as the game entered the final quarter.

In the fourth quarter Dakota Overby scored on a 12-yard run and Saxton Green kicked the point after.

Dakota Overby carried the ball 11 times for 148 yards in the game; Shawn Smith, 7 carries for 46 yards; Dalton Overby, 4 carries for 26 yards; Will Johnson, 3 carries for -13 yards; Conner Hurst, 2 carries for 3 yards; Braxton Davis, 1 carry for 5 yards; Austin Parson, 1 carry for 3 yards; and Jesse Hale, 1 carry for 2 yards.

Austin Parsons made 8 solo tackles and 6 assisted tackles; Hayden Casper, 8 solo, 3 assisted; Shawn Smith, 4 solo, 4 assisted; Will Johnson, 3 solo, 3 assisted; Saxton Green, 3 solo, 2 assisted, 1 fumble recovery; Spencer Christeson, 3 solo, 2 assisted, 1 sack; Josh Rowlett, 3 solo, 1 assisted; Dalton Overby, 2 solo, 7 assisted, 1 forced fumble; Collin Emery, 2 solo, 3 assisted; Braxton Davis, 2 solo, 1 assisted; Cecil Elliott, 1 solo, 2 assisted, 1 forced fumble; Jake Morris, 1 solo; and Quincy Flanagan, 1 assisted.

Friday’s game was the final home game of the regular season for the Bulldogs and included pregame recognition of senior team members.

“These kids play hard,” McCrosky said. “I am really proud of these seniors. They stuck around when it would have been easier to quit. They won three games, almost beat Liberty, and with a win against Salem we are in a position to host a first-round district game. They came in every day in the summer. Spencer Christeson, Shawn Smith, Josh Rowlett, Saxton Green, and Kaleb Sigman have been awesome. We will miss them, but we have a lot of football left.”

That football includes this Friday night’s game at Salem, another SCA team. It is the last game before district play starts next week.

“Salem is Salem. They are physical, they want to run it down your throat. But they will find out we are physical also. Our boys aren’t afraid of contact,” McCrosky said.

“This is a big game. District positioning is at stake. Hosting a first-round contest is at stake. We will be ready. Our kids know what is at stake. We are very eager to go to Salem – Class 1 versus Class 3. We know we are an underdog, but we like it that way. Bring it, we don’t care, line us up and we will play hard, no matter who.”

Game time is 7:00 p.m. October 19.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

District volleyball at Cabool Monday & Tuesday!

Posted October 19th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Cabool High School will host the Class 2, District 9 volleyball tournament on Monday and Tuesday, October 22 and 23.

Monday’s schedule is: Mtn. Grove vs. Houston, 5:00 p.m.; Licking vs. Thayer, 6:00 p.m.; and Cabool vs. Plato, 7:00 p.m.

The winner of Monday’s Mtn. Grove/Houston match will play Liberty on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m., followed by the winners of Monday’s Licking/Thayer and Cabool/Plato matches in a 6:00 p.m. contest. The winners from Tuesday’s matches will meet for the championship at 7:00 p.m.

Admission to the tournament is $5.00.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Dinner With Dads tailgate event held!

Posted October 19th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Cabool Elementary School held a Dinner With Dads tailgating event last Friday at the school

The weather caused the games and craft activities to be moved indoors but didn’t dampen the fun.

Door prize winners for the evening were Ayedin Monter, who won a football signed by Cabool football players, and Maycie Jackson, who won a megaphone signed by Cabool cheerleaders.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

This Friday Senior Night as Bulldogs host Ava!

Posted October 10th, 2018 by Randon Brown

It was the varsity Bulldogs’ best game to date, Coach Vince McCrosky said of the South Central Association conference contest last Friday night at Mtn. View. The game was close with Cabool losing to the Liberty Eagles 28-26.

“This is huge,” McCrosky said, “because our kids need to believe in this. They came out motivated. I am so proud.

“I knew we could play like this. Obviously the best game we have played, but the road just gets harder and harder, so we have to be smart how we practice and get our kids some rest.”

McCrosky said the Bulldog defense was “just stellar.” “They couldn’t run it on us, but the Acklin kid at quarterback (for Liberty) is just amazing.”

Cabool was first on the scoreboard following a 44-yard touchdown run by Dakota Overby in the first quarter. Saxton Green’s point-after kick made it 7-0.

In the second quarter, Liberty answered with a 14-yard touchdown pass play and a successful kick to tie the game. Then Logan Primanzon made good on a fumble recovery, running in 31 yards for Cabool’s second score. With Green’s extra-point kick, Cabool went ahead 14-7.

Liberty then made two more touchdowns on pass plays and added the point-after kicks to lead 21-14 at the half.

A 5-yard run by Dalton Overby in the third quarter got Cabool within one point after Green’s kick was unsuccessful. Then in the fourth quarter the Bulldogs once again took the lead when Dakota Overby scored on a 12-yard run. The Bulldogs’ two-point conversion attempt failed, but Cabool led 26-21.

A 20-yard pass play by Liberty gave the Eagles a 27-26 lead in the fourth quarter and the point-after kick made it 28-26.

Dakota Overby carried the ball 16 times for a total of 176 yards; Shawn Smith, 10 carries for 93 yards; Austin Parsons, 4 times for 31 yards; and Dalton Overby, 6 carries for 12 yards.

Quincy Flanagan completed 2 of 7 pass attempts and Will Johnson completed 2 of 2. Receiving one each were Maverick Smith for 9 yards; Shawn Smith, 8 yards; Logan Primanzon, 3 yards; and Saxton Green, 3 yards.

Austin Parsons led in tackles with 9 solo tackles and 1 assisted tackle; Shawn Smith made 6 solo, 3 assisted; Logan Primanzon, 6 solo; Dalton Overby, 5 solo, 3 assisted, 1 sack; Adrien Ortega, 5 solo, 1 assisted; Dakota Overby, 3 solo, 5 assisted; Hayden Casper, 2 solo, 3 assisted; Spencer Christeson, 2 solo, 2 assisted; Jake Morris, 2 solo; Will Johnson, 1 solo, 4 assisted; Saxton Green, 1 solo, 2 assisted; Collin Emery, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Josh Rowlett, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Wynston Skaggs, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Quincy Flanagan, 1 solo; Maverick Smith, 1 solo; Cecil Elliott, 2 assisted; Braxton Davis, 1 assisted.

Adrien Ortega was injured in the October 5 game, suffering a broken ankle. “Losing Adrien Ortega is tough – best route runner, great hands,” noted McCrosky. He said position adjustments include moving Maverick Smith to gain a little more speed. “Maverick has been amazing as a freshman.”

This Friday, October 12, is the last regular season home game and Cabool will be hosting the Ava Bears. Senior Night will precede the 7:00 p.m. game.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Liberty next opponent for Varsity Bulldogs!

Posted October 3rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

The host team took the win 34-7 in last Friday night’s varsity football game at Thayer.

“Again, we played hard, we played really physical, but they ‘out-athleted’ us,” Coach Vince McCrosky said of his Cabool Bulldogs. “They picked on my outside backers – and my outside backers were outstanding – they were just bigger and stronger.”

“We have to hit the recruiting trail,” McCrosky said. “We have to get every ounce out of every man I get. We are going to prove to our kids how much we need them. We are going to have fun, go places, talk to them about being good men. We have to get every young man I can to play. There is strength in numbers and I want those numbers.”

Cabool’s score in the September 28 game came on an 18-yard pass from Will Johnson to Dalton Overby with Kaleb Sigman kicking the extra point.

Dakota Overby carried the ball 11 times in the game, picking up 33 yards; Dalton Overby, 7 carries for 33 yards; Austin Parsons, 5 carries for 25 yards; Will Johnson, 12 carries for 12 yards; and Shawn Smith, 6 carries for 6 yards.

In addition to the touchdown pass, Johnson completed a pass to Logan Primanzon for 9 yards in the game.

Shawn Smith led in tackles with 7 solo and 1 assisted; Austin Parsons made 6 solo and 6 assisted; Dalton Overby, 6 solo, 2 assisted; Hayden Casper, 5 solo, 9 assisted; Logan Primanzon, 4 solo, 1 assisted; Will Johnson, 3 solo, 3 assisted; Adrien Ortega, 3 solo, 1 assisted; Kaleb Sigman, 2 solo, 2 assisted; Collin Emery, 1 solo, 6 assisted; Saxton Green, 1 solo, 2 assisted; Spencer Christeson, 1 solo, 1 assisted; Wynston Skaggs, 1 solo; Dakota Overby, 2 assisted; Maverick Smith, 1 assisted.

The 3-3 Bulldogs will travel to Mtn. View Friday, October 5, for a South Central Association conference game with the Liberty Eagles. Game time is 7:00 p.m.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Varsity & JV Lady Bulldogs down Willow Springs!

Posted October 3rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

A successful fundraiser for cancer research and victories for both the varsity and junior varsity made for a good night for the Lady Bulldogs Thursday, September 27.

The Lady Bulldogs played host to the Willow Springs Lady Bears on an evening that was designated Cancer Out Night. A silent auction was held and also a bake sale. “We had a great turnout and raised almost $1,300 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,” Coach Julia Reaves said. “We appreciate everyone that came out!”

The JV and varsity Lady Bulldogs also came out with two wins on the night. The JV beat the Bears 25-19 and 26-24.

The varsity beat Willow Springs 21-25, 25-14, and 25-19. Stat leaders were Jaydra Johnson with 18 kills, Olivia Scheets with 28 assists, Makayla Green with 4 aces, and Katlynn Ellison with 24 digs.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Meet the 7th Grade Volleyball Team!

Posted October 3rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

Members of the Cabool Middle School seventh grade volleyball team are, front from left, Gracie Trask and Ciara Stout; second row, Cassidy Dodds, Lakaya Reece, Hannah McCrosky, Dyani Davis and Savannah Johnson; and back row, Maddison Williams, Madison French, Jorja Howell, Coach Jamminy McCrosky, Coach Brittany Walls, Hannah Janson, Elaina Swisloski and Brianna Stark.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

First Kiwanis Terrific Kids of the school year

Posted October 3rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

Kindergarten students named as Kiwanis Terrific Kids for September were, from left, Kyi Hall, Halle Pabarcus, Adyana Arce, Harper Clark, Hayley Blackwelder and Ella Howe.

The first recipients of Kiwanis Terrific Kids honors at Cabool Elementary School for the 2018-19 school year were announced during an assembly at the school September 25.

Photos of all the September Terrific Kids can be found on Page 3 of the October 4 edition of the Cabool Enterprise.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Senior Lyndsey Carr crowned Homecoming Queen!

Revised October 3rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

Senior Lyndsey Carr, center, was crowned 2018 Homecoming queen in a ceremony before the 7:00 p.m. game with Willow Springs. Her escort was Shawn Smith. She was crowned by last year’s queen, Joelle Atkins.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Junior class takes top prize in Homecoming parade!

Posted September 13th, 2018 by Randon Brown

The theme for Cabool High School’s Homecoming parade last Friday was animated movies and this entry by the junior class took first place. “To Victory and Beyond” had a colorful “Toy Story” theme.

See photos of the other winning floats on Page 12 of the September 13 edition of the Cabool Enterprise.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Freezer Bid

Posted August 28th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Cabool R-IV School District

1025 Rogers Ave. Cabool, MO 65689

(417) 962-3153



The Cabool R-IV School District is seeking bids for the following equipment:

1. Outdoor, free standing, 8W X 16L* self-contained freezer unit. Centered door, front entry, lighted, -10 degrees F.

2. Outdoor, free standing, 16W X 16L* self-contained freezer unit. Centered door, front entry, lighted, -10 degrees F.

* Measurements may be adjusted +/- 8” in width or length to accommodate a prefabricated size that would result in significant cost savings.

Cabool R-IV School District will be purchasing and installing ONE freezer unit. Final equipment size (8W x 16L OR 16W x 16L) will be determined on the availability and disbursement of 2018 NSLP Equipment Assistance Grant funds. Projected installation will begin December 21, 2018.

Bid acceptance will be based upon the following criteria:

1. Cost of item including delivery and installation

2. Ability to provide delivery and installation of product to Cabool Elementary School located at 1024 Garst Ave., Cabool, MO 65689

3. Ability to provide a FIRM FIXED PRICE bid

All bids must contain the following information:

1. Brand and item/model number

2. Warranty information for:

a. Structure

b. Compressor

c. Insulation

3. Specifications/Dimensions, cubic feet

4. Site/foundation requirements

5. Included equipment list

6. Special features

Questions may be directed to:

Leslie Edwards, Food Service Director

(417) 962-3153 X6



USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Bids must be received by 12:00 PM, Monday, October 1, 2018. Please complete the following and return with your bid/documentation sealed and marked “FREEZER BID” in the lower left hand corner of the envelope to:

Dr. Karl Janson, Superintendent

Cabool R-IV School District

1025 Rogers Ave.

Cabool, MO 65689

Volleyball jamboree Thursday, season opener at Fordland Tuesday!

Posted August 23rd, 2018 by Randon Brown

The Cabool High School Lady Bulldogs will participate in a pre-season jamboree this evening, then take on the season’s first opponent on Tuesday.

“I am excited to be a part of the Cabool High School volleyball team this year,” Coach Julia Reaves said. “We have been working in the off-season very hard. This is a great group of girls to work with. We are young but the girls and I have high expectations for the 2018 season.”

The Thursday, August 23, jamboree at Willow Springs will start at 5:30 p.m.

The first match of the season will be at Fordland on Tuesday, August 28, starting at 6:00 with the junior varsity followed by the varsity.

“We will be playing four away games right off the bat. We will open up our home season on September 11 versus Licking,” Reaves noted.

Following is the Lady Bulldog schedule for 2018.

Thursday, August 23: Jamboree at Willow Springs, 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, August 28: At Fordland, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 4: At Plato, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 6: At Winona, 6:00 p.m.

Monday, September 10: At Thayer, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 11: Licking here, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 13: Koshkonong here, 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 15: Cabool Invitational

Monday, September 17: Niangua here, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 18: Liberty here, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 20: Mtn. Grove here, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 25: At Houston, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 27: Willow Springs here, 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 29: Stockton Invitational

Monday, October 1: At Summersville, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, October 2: At Conway, 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 6: LHS Classic

Tuesday, October 9: Thayer here, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, October 11: At Ava, 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, October 16: At Salem, 6:00 p.m.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Cabool Teacher Awarded $500 Grant!

Posted August 20th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Wilda McNiell, left, president of Texas County Retired Teachers and School Personnel, presented Cabool Elementary School teacher Abigail Warneke a $500 Classroom Grant from the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation. Ninety-eight grants statewide totaling $49,000 were awarded by the Foundation this year. Warneke’s grant, “Reading Renovation,” will be used to purchase supplies to help increase reading levels and inspire students to love reading in her third and fourth grade special education resource room.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise

Tax Rate Hearing Notice - August 13th, 2018

Posted July 31st, 2018 by Randon Brown

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Tax Rate Hearing Notice (revised).pdf

CHS students place at National Beta Convention

Posted July 11th, 2018 by Randon Brown

Cabool High School Beta Club members competed on June 17-21 in Savannah, Georgia, at the National Beta Convention.

Seventeen members qualified in five categories and placed in two. The scrapbook team of Jessica Rhodes, Natalie Swisher, Josh Reese, Jacob Shockley, Madison Fonseca, Olivia Weller, Elizabeth Whetstine, Kinley Tucker, and Marissa Mathews took eighth at the national competition, and Gracie Campbell took eighth in fibers.

News article by: The Cabool Enterprise