Results for Best Mascot 2014

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Total Votes: 2

Bison

Buffalo, WV

This one can get a little confusing. What most generally consider a buffalo is actually a bison. Buffalo are only native to Africa and Asia. There's no telling how happy the bison are with the buffaloes claiming them.

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Total Votes: 2

Black Eagles

Charleston, WV

The only black eagles you will find in American high school athletics reside at South Charleston High. A black eagles are described as birds that never sit down. They are known for tracking their prey and having the ability to fly for long ...

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Total Votes: 2

Hillbillies

Man, WV

No, folks, the Hillbillies mascot is not a representative of the residents of Man, W.Va. Instead, the mascot is named after a mountain goat. But wait a minute: You will not find a mountain goat anywhere near West Virginia and the East Coast...

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Total Votes: 0

Blue Dons

Weirton, WV

Madonna is the only school in the country with this nickname, which is a tribute to the school color and an honorific title once used to address members of the nobility.

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Total Votes: 5

Mohigans

Morgantown, WV

While Mohigan may sound like Mohican, an actual Native American tribe, the school's mascot is a combination of Morgantown (MO) High School (HIG) Annual (AN). The Mohigan was the name of the school's first yearbook.

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Total Votes: 0

Applemen

Inwood, WV

The school was named for the C.M. Musselman Company, maker of Musselman's apple sauce. The school's mascot is an apple with muscular arms.

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Total Votes: 7

Dots

Poca, WV

A brilliant sportswriter for the Charleston Gazette suggested the name in 1928 and it stuck. The school's mascot is a fierce-looking red dot.

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Total Votes: 3

Jacks

Pine Grove, WV

What’s a Jack? Here’s a hint: The school is located on 1 Lumberjack Lane. Logging is historically one of the biggest industries in West Virginia.