Results for Best Mascot 2014

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Airedales

Alma, AR

The Airedale mascot of Alma High School is the only one in the nation. The Airedale is known as the "King of the Terriers". According to an article in the March, 1998 Alma School District newsletter, J. Fred Patton, Alma High School Pr...

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Leopards

Little Rock, AR

They may have created the ultimate pun when Arkansas School for the Deaf chose the Leopards as their mascot. "Welcome to the home of the Arkansas School for the Deaf Leopards!" is posted across their athletic website. It's not quite Def Lep...

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Cavemen

Cave City, AR

The Cave City mascot has been the Caveman since the beginning of time; or at least since 1890, when the school was founded. Cavemen are usaually portrayed as wearing shaggy animal hides, armed with rocks or cattle bone clubs, and ad being v...

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Hermits

Hermitage, AR

The Hermit mascot clearly plays off of the school's name, Hermitage. A hermit by definition is a person who lives, to some degree, in seclusion from society. So perhaps you will rarely see Hermitage High School's mascot outside of sporting ...

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Little Johns

Danville, AR

This is no relation to Robin Hood's buddy. The Petit Jean River flows through Danville, and legend has it that a young woman disguised herself as a man so she would be allowed to leave France and go to the New World. She was named Little Jo...

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Hillbillies

Ozark, AR

Ozark High School was originally the Ozark Bulldogs, with school colors of orange and black. In the early 1930's, the student body voted to adopt the Hillbilly as the mascot, and change the colors to purple and gold. There have been several...

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Scrappers

Nashville, AR

Many years ago, a football fan kept telling folks that his team was full of “scrappers,” and the nickname stuck. It has been become a spirit that supposedly lives in the north end of the football field. The legend grew when the football...

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Wampus Cats

Conway, AR

The legendary Wampus Cat had six legs – four to run with at the speed of light, and two to fight with all its might. The Wampus Cat is a long, blue or black cat with a white tail, and also a spirit that lives in the minds and hearts of fo...