The Spy Ponders are in the running to win USA Today’s “Most Unique High School Mascot” competition.
Arlington High’s mascot was one of five selected from Massachusetts for the competition.
The Ashland Clockers, Holy Name Central Catholic Naps, Salem Witches and Springfield High School of Science & Technology Cybercats are the other nominees from the Bay State.
Voting is now open, through Tuesday, March 5. After the state competition, all of the winners will face off for the national $2,000 prize.
The Eagles and Tigers are the most common mascots in the country, according to USA Today. Here are the other mascots in contention from New England.
Avon Old Farm Winged Beavers
Hale Ray Noises
Jonathan Law Lawmen
Kingswood Oxford Wyverns
Camden Hills Windjammers
South Portland Red Riots
Colebrook Academy Mohawks
Hillsboro Deering Hillcats
Manchester Central Little Green
North Kingstown Skippers
Toll Gate Titans
Warwick Veterans Hurricanes
Woonsocket Villa Novans
Bellows Free Academy Bobwhites/Comets
Fair Haven Union Slaters
Randolph Union Galloping Ghosts