Results for Best Mascot 2014

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Total Votes: 4

Buttons

San Antonio, TX

These aren't "buttons" that you'll find on your shirt. The little rattler at the tip of a baby snake's tail is called a button, and as rattlesnakes mature, they grow another rattle section each time they molt. The mascot pays tribute to St....

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Total Votes: 1

Pied Piper

Hamlin, TX

Football made its debut at Hamlin in the fall of 1921 under the direction of J.C. Tittle. It was at some point shortly following the organization of this gridiron team, that it was determined the school needed a mascot. Two correspondences ...

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Total Votes: 66

Hippos

Hutto, TX

According to local legend, it was in 1915 that a circus train stopped in Hutto, Texas, and during its layover, a hippopotamus got out of a rail car and made its way to a local creek. From there, the town's depot agent telegraphed communitie...

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Total Votes: 45

Skeeters

Mesquite, TX

Stormy the Skeeter is the school mascot for the various athletic teams (all known with some variant of the word Skeeter). MHS students became known as Skeeters in 1944. This was a simplification of the traditional Mesquiters, which had been...

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Total Votes: 2

Swifts

Nazareth, TX

Nazareth, Texas, is home to the Swifts and Swiftettes. The swift fox is a quick, cunning animal native to the Texas Panhandle. The story goes that in the early 1940s a student from the Stork family brought a swift fox to school that had bee...

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Total Votes: 4

Unicorns

New Braunfels, TX

Unicorn was first used as the mascot at New Braunfels High School in 1928. It was suggested because it was believed to be the prominent character on the coat of arms of Prince Solms, founder of the town. The school's belief: The unicorn is ...

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Total Votes: 3

Polar Bears

Frost, TX

We'll start off by saying yes, the name of the town is Frost, Texas. And yes, their mascot is the Polar Bears. If you have ever been to Frost, Texas, you will find nothing cold during the football season. Still, you have to admire the intim...

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Total Votes: 4

Red Ants

Progreso, TX

Red Ants are the size of a sugar ant, but they bite/sting, and they hurt. What works in a Progreso coach's favor, is these ants usually come in bunches, and if you've got one on you, you've probably got a hundred you don't know about yet....