Results for Best Mascot 2014

Total Votes: 6


Pateros, WA

Here's a mascot name you will not find elsewhere in America. You will find a Billy Goat Mountain not far from Pateros. The school calls the female teams the Nannies, the proper term for a female billy goat.

Total Votes: 1


Blaine, WA

If you went to Blaine, you could theoretically hop across the border to Canada during an off period, grab a burger and still make it back to class in time. The school is that close to the border between the U.S. and Canada. In fact, it's le...

Total Votes: 1


Spokane, WA

Founded in the basement of Gonzaga University in 1887, Gonzaga Prep found its identity as the university's child. So, the university has its Bulldogs, and Gonzaga Prep has its Bullpups. The high school mascot itself looks fairly grown, howe...

Total Votes: 2


Camas, WA

Historically, the giant paper mill in town has been the chief employer in Camas. Hence the high school's nickname. The paper mill went up in 1883 and is still around, but it's a fraction of what it once was. Though plenty of technology comp...

Total Votes: 3


Ocean Shore, WA

Good luck trying to catch one of the Hyaks. A word from the Chinook language, Hyak translates to fast or swift. The mascot logo features a fleet-looking foot with wings, which is usually connected with the Greek god Hermes.  ...

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Total Votes: 238


Richland, WA

Richland's mascot has a double meaning. According to the school, the Bombers nickname first came about because a handful of local employees donated a day's pay to help raise money to purchase a military bomber during World War II. The plane...

Total Votes: 29


Ridgefield, WA

When Ridgefield opened back in the early 1900s, the community was a potato and pruning hotbed. Luckily, potatoes won out over prunes when deciding the nickname. The Spudders have been around ever since. Ridgefield is still a big farming com...

Total Votes: 0

High Climbers

Shelton, WA

In lumber-industry lore, high climbers are the first ones to go into the woods. They venture out alone to the highest trees in the densest areas, setting things up for the rest of the crew. It’s traditionally the most difficult, dangerous...