The Chadwick R-I School District is currently selling three mobile classroom trailers. The units are located at 7090 State Hwy 125 South, Chadwick, MO 65629.
Chadwick overcame a slow start to down Bunker 67-53 in Sectionals Tuesday night in Cabool, leaving the Lady Cardinals just one win away from a school-record third consecutive Final Four trip.
“It’s really exciting,” said Chadwick senior Kailyn Rozell. “As soon as we got in the locker room we were all saying that we are just one game away and we can do this. We are really pumped, we know we can do it, we just need to work hard and keep doing what we’re doing.”
The duo, and Chadwick, will play post-February basketball once again. Chadwick won its fourth straight district title Friday night, defeating Bradleyville 62-52 in the Class 1, District 4 finals at Ozark High School.
Stevens led the way with a game-high 29 points and some big plays down the stretch.
With the game tied 47-47 after a Rozell layup, Stevens would drill a 3-pointer that gave Chadwick a 50-47 lead with about four minutes remaining.
She made a runner on Chadwick’s next possession to give the Cardinals a 52-47 lead they would not relinquish.
Chadwick made its free throws down the stretch to clinch the win, its third victory over Bradleyville this season.
Chadwick is headed to the Class 1 sectional round on March 3 in Cabool, where they will face a familiar opponent. The Cardinals go up against Bunker, a team it’s beaten in the sectional round the past two seasons.
Although it was yet another heroic effort by New Covenant (12-14) standout senior Casy Askins, the Chadwick Lady Cardinals (17-8) had just enough in the tank to overcome the No. 5 seeded Lady Warriors, 66-61, on Wednesday.
Neutralizing a 41-point outburst from Askins was the clutch Chadwick duo of senior Kailyn Rozell and sophomore Shelby Weter.
Rozell notched a team-high 26 points in the Class 1, District 4 semifinal victory for her top-seeded Lady Cardinals.
“She pretty much does everything,” Chadwick head coach David Argo said in regards to Rozell following the win. “[She goes] inside, outside and handles the ball. She demands a lot of attention off that.”
Weter, who is a 5-foot-6 forward and traditionally works in the paint, drained five 3-balls on the evening to help her accumulate 21 big points of her own.
On February 6, 2015, the Chadwick choir classes traveled to the College of the Ozarks campus to meet and perform with the School of the Ozarks and five other schools in the Mark Twain Conference.
In addition, they had the chance to work with the composition director at C of O, Dr. Bruce Gerlach, and learn five new songs alongside their peers.
You can watch the performance in the video below.
Monday, February 16, 2015, President’s Day, will be a snow make-up day. Chadwick School will be in session.
The junior class is hosting a chili cook off to raise money Saturday, January 17, 2015, at 5PM.
The entry fee is $10 and the first place winner receives half the entry fees up to $100.
It’s homecoming week! Show your Cardinal pride all week long by participating in our spirit week:
- Monday – Class Color Day
- Tuesday – Time Travel Tuesday
- Wednesday – PJ Day
- Thursday – Excessive Accessory Day
- Friday – Spirit Day