I went to Zion Benton Township High School in Zion, IL and our mascot was a bee. We were called the fighting Zee-Bees
My city back when it was founded had two things...churches and truck stops....so they call the area Churchland and the mascot Truckers...proud to be a Churchland Trucker alumni.
I have no recollection. I've been out of high school for a little more than 25+ years.
We didn't have a mascot because I went to an Art School..
same school as Yellow Card, Limp Bizcuit, PIxar artists, Disney animators, lots of actors.. they won a grammy last year. When I went we only had 500 students 8-12 and you had to audition to get in. (still do I believe)
Ours was a cougar...
During halftime, a 45 year old chain smoking lady would take to the field in high heels and a mini dress, and proceed to grab the butts of the players
ha! I like that. I needed to smile today. Too funny. Now I can't get that image out of my head :\
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We had a goofy saying also: OLLOPA REWOP
As I went to school in Sutton Coldfield, the mascot was also the town mascot, which came from the coat of arms of the Earls of Warwick.
http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/web/corp … 38003531A9
My high school mascot was the "Wildcats" and my college mascot was the "trojans".
I went to two different highschools. Our White Cloud mascot was an Indian.
I also went to Big Rapids highscool, and I think our mascot was a "bulldog." It's strange that our school mascot was the same as the Mascot at Ferris State University which was just a few blocks away.
The college kids and the highschool kids also hung out in Hemlock park. It was a small town back then, but I really liked Big Rapids. I remember on Halloween at 15 going to a college halloween party, It was outdoors, so nobody bothered to ask my friend and I why we were there. But, it sure was fun!
I attended Burlington High School in Burlington, Wisconsin. We were known as the Demons. I'll never forget the look on father's face when I walked into church one Sunday morning wearing my school jacket with an emblem of a demon on the front!
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