Results for Best Mascot 2013

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Total Votes: 288

Purple Pounders

Harrison, TN

The school athletics teams originally went by the name Purple Warriors as the school colors are purple and gold. During an exceptionally good year in the 1930s a local sportswriter began to opine that...

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Total Votes: 216

Mighty Pharohs

Memphis, TN

The school falls near two suburbs of Memphis - Raleigh and Egypt - with the latter one becoming the motivation behind the mascot and really everything else at the school: The mascot is a Pharaoh, the ...

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Total Votes: 115

Scarabs

Nashville, TN

The St. Cecilia school mascot is the scarab, an ancient Egyptian symbol denoting life and vitality — qualities the St. Cecilia community strive to represent, with great enthusiasm, energy and passio...

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Total Votes: 37,545

Turkeys

Memphis, TN

Founded in 1847 and once known as Belles (as in Southern Belles), St. Mary's became the turkeys in 1975. Two seniors - Lisa Morrow Morten and Crissy Garrett Haslam, had brothers who attended Memphis U...

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Total Votes: 3,729

Feet

Bell Buckle, TN

Named after its founder, the school's mascot was formerly, "The Webb Scholars". In the 1970s the student body was highly creative and outgoing, creating the "Webb Feet" mascot. The mascot is now deepl...

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