Results for Best Mascot 2014

Total Votes: 2


Merrillville, IN

In 1959, Andrean High School was built at 5959 Broadway St. in Merrillville, Indiana. School officials quickly recognized the irony between the year and the address. Just 13 years before that, a professional football team was established, t...

Total Votes: 6


Hobart, IN

Before there was The Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there were brick yards, such as the one in Hobart.The town's high school honors those who were employed there, and the school mascot is a bricklayer named Yohann.

Total Votes: 16

Hot Dogs

Frankfort, IN

It wasn't until 1956 that Frankfort high school adopted the Hot Dogs moniker. Rumor has it a sportswriter from Lafayette said during a game "the players looked like a bunch of hot dogs out there". Ever since then the name stuck. Most people...

Total Votes: 12

Fighting Jeeps

Dubois, IN

In 1936, 15 Dubois basketball players gathered to discuss what mascot the school should use. During that same time, the popular comic strip "Popeye" had a character known as Jeep. After a long discussion, the players unanimously decided on ...

Total Votes: 1

Jug Rox

Shoals, IN

Shoals, Indiana is the home of the Jug Rock; a large free standing table rock made up of a sandstone column. The jug rock formation is the largest of its kind east of the Mississippi River. It's only natural that Shoals high school would em...

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Total Votes: 21

Space Pioneers

Indianapolis, IN

When this school opened in the 1960s, the United States and Russia were in a race to put the first man on the moon. The Northwest High spirit was flying high on July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong took "one small step for man, one giant leap...

Total Votes: 3


Speedway, IN

Located less than a mile away from Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Speedway High revved up the race-car theme when they came up with its unique mascot, Sparky, and its cool Sparkplug logo.

Total Votes: 0


Vincennes, IN

In 1923, during a game in Columbus, Indiana, a local sportswriter dubbed the Vincennes Lincoln high school basketball team the Alices because of their Cinderella season. Most believe this was a combination of the fairytale Alice in Wonderla...