Results for Best Mascot 2014

Total Votes: 2


Ashland, WI

The area was known for its ore dock, a huge structure used for loading ore boats.

Total Votes: 0


Cuba City, WI

Cuba City, located in the southwest corner of Wisconsin, is very much an American city. It has a shield on Main Street for every United States president.

Total Votes: 23

Galloping Ghosts

Kaukauna, WI

In the early 1920s, Kaukauna dressed in white for a football game against rival Appleton. The team was known for its great speed and was therefore thought to be elusive, like a ghost. Another tale includes a student who cloaked himself and ...

Total Votes: 3


Kimberly, WI

Kimberly's first paper mill dates back to 1889. Paper wasps are considered natural papermakers for a unique ability to mix their salivia with fibers from dead wood and plant stems to make nests resembling paper material.

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Granite Diggers

Mellen, WI

The surrounding area is granite, hence the mascot name, Granite Diggers. Simple explanation there.

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Total Votes: 1

Old Abes

Eau Claire, WI

Paying respect to one of the nation's most famous eagles, the Old Abes get their mascot name from a bald eagle that was the mascot for the 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. Confederate troops were instructed to kil...

Total Votes: 14


Rhinelander, WI

While sitting around a campfire with friends, a logger named Eugene Shepard told a made-up story about seeing a vicious monster with fangs that came out from the north woods of Wisconsin and fed on dogs. The hodag is described as having the...

Total Votes: 1


Bayfield, WI

Located on the northern tip of Wisconsin and on the shores of Lake Superior, Bayfield is a popular boating destination that includes a maritime museum and plenty of lake-themed outdoor activities. Trollers fish by trailing a lure or baited ...