Results for Best Mascot 2014

Total Votes: 5


St. Albans, VT

The two mascots, The Bobwhites (for the boys' teams) and The Comits (for the girls), represent two people that worked and coached at Bellows Free Academy. Bob White was a teacher and coached nearly every sport in the 1950s and '60s. The tea...

Total Votes: 7


Burlington, VT

The story goes that fossils of seahorses were found when the site of the former Burlington High School, now Edmunds Elementary/Middle Schools, was excavated in the late 1800’s. The fossils possibly dated back to over 12,000 years ago when...

Total Votes: 0


Fair Haven, VT

Fair Haven Union's mascot, the Slaters, is a reflection on the history of the city of Fair Haven, which is called the "Slate Center of the Nation."

Total Votes: 0

Golden Horde

West Rutland, VT

The Golden Horde is not an individual but a group of Mongolian royalty. They brought prosperity and peace to parts of the world where there had been turmoil. They believed in family structure, and if peasants or commoners saw them coming, t...

Total Votes: 0


Montpelier, VT

The kids at Montpelier High are the Solons, and that has a huge connection to the fact that they live near the capitol building. Solon was a Greek lawmaker and back in the B.C. days, the lawmaker and poet tried to legislate against all type...

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Proctor, VT

While it is not known if you will find any great actors or novelists at Proctor High, you will find one of the state's coolest looking mascots. Don't be started if you attend one of the school's athletic events and you see a ghoulish-lookin...

Total Votes: 0

Galloping Ghosts

Randolph, VT

In 1940, the boys basketball team was playing in a tournament and a newspaper reporter realized there was no nickname. Randolph Union had a fast-break style of basketball - at least for 1940 - and the reporter felt as if the players were ga...

Total Votes: 2


Woodstock, VT

Woodstock Union knew what it was doing when it realized nobody likes a group of wasps coming near them.