Results for Best Mascot 2014

Total Votes: 1


Cumberland, MD

According to the school, the most widely accepted theory is that Civil War General Lewis Wallace and his men began calling present day Allegany "Camp Hill" during his time there. The word Campobello in fact does not appear in any Native Ame...

Total Votes: 6


Crisfield, MD

A crab adorns the water tower in Crisfield, which is known as the Seafood Capital of the World.

Total Votes: 0

Golden Elks

Elkton, MD

What's better than an alliterative nickname? A "golden" alliterative nickname.

Total Votes: 41


Annapolis, MD

The Key School’s unusual nickname dates to the 1970s, when local sportswriters told the school it needed a mascot. Key, which prides itself on doing things a bit differently, settled on Obezags. You might notice it’s an anagram of gazeb...

Total Votes: 0


Berlin, MD

In 1970, the student body at this school voted on its mascot, and the students went with what they knew. Berlin is located between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. There are many, many mallards milling in Maryland.

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Mighty Ducks

Baltimore, MD

At first glance, youngsters might think this is a nod to Emilio Estevez and his Disney movie about a rag-tag youth hockey team. But look further, and it's obvious this school has a longer history than the oldest of Disney films. Frederick D...

Total Votes: 4


Baltimore, MD

Float like a butterfly. Sting like a bee. The Dunbar Poets know all about victory. State championships are the norm in football, boys basketball and girls basketball for the Poets, whose monikker is a tribute to Paul Lawrence Dunbar, a poet...

Total Votes: 0


Columbia, MD

We see what you did there, Wilde Lake. Wildecats, presumably, are the wild cats that inhabit Wilde Lake.