Results for Best Mascot 2014

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Total Votes: 11

Arapaho Nation

Arapahoe, WY

Arapaho Charter school is located on the Wind River Indian Reservation, and most of its students are from the Arapaho Nation, which has deep roots on the reservation dating back to the late 1800s.

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Total Votes: 11

Punchers

Big Piney, WY

No the athletes at Big Piney aren't going to clock you one if you end up beating them in a sports competition, the Punchers name is short for cowpunchers, which is just another name for a cowboy.

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Total Votes: 11

Pronghorns

Farson, WY

The pronghorn is also the fastest land animal in North America and, until recently, outnumbered people in Wyoming. Makes sense why Farson-Eden went with the pronghorn. It always helps to be fast and have the numbers.

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Total Votes: 0

Herders

Glenrock, WY

When the school opened in the early 1900s, the community was known for its sheepherding. When competing against rival schools in athletics, the students were regularly tagged as a bunch of sheepherders, so the school responded by adopting t...

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Dogies

New Castle, WY

The mascot is the name for a motherless calf in a herd and it's said that the mascot was chosen to reflect Wyoming's extremely high cattle population.

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Oilers

Midwest, WY

Midwest is a small community in Wyoming with a population of less than 500. You will discover the town's history has a taste of the oil-field pioneers. The new oil-field related industries are represented by a student body known as the Oile...

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Plainsmen

Laramie, WY

Located between the Laramie Mountains and the Medicine Bow Mountains, Laramie High lies on the only flat land you will find in the area. Administrators went with this identification to create the mascot Plainsmen, and later added an additio...

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Outlaws

Rawlins, WY

No need to hide your wallets or lock your doors, the athletes at Rawlins were named the Outlaws simply because that's where the Wyoming State Penitentiary is located.