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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Forgotten High School Mascots of North Dakota



Here is a list of mascots that are no longer in existence. A part of the past that will never be again. I found most of extinct mascots searching the internets and we all know how reliable that is. It is hard to verify if all of these are correct or not. If you have any corrections, additions or comments please let me know. Thanks.









Thanks for reading, Clint


62 comments:

  1. Sherwood Wildcats
    Bowbells Eskimos
    Mohall Yellowjackets

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  2. Munich was Magic Storm with starkweather before the current co-op with Langdon as the Cardinals

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  3. How about the Hettinger Shooting Stars? That was the name of the basketball team, before it was consolidated with Black Devils, the football name. I played football with the Black Devils, basketball with the Shooting Stars. My son and daughter played for the Reeder Rockets. My wife was a cheerleader for the Taylor Redbirds. My first call as a pastor was at Max where I cheered for the Cossacks. My last call was at Cando where I cheered for the Cubs.

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  4. North Shore- Panthers
    (Makoti/Ryder)

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  5. Unity Spartans, Tolna Trojans, Michigan Bulldogs

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    1. Thanks. Added. I have always wondered why that name was used.

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  7. Can you correct Monango Cougars to Monango Bison. While Monango/Fullerton became Dickey Central in 1977, Monango was never the Cougars. I wish I could remember what Fullerton's mascot was before the merge. They weren't on the list.

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  8. Awesome list I loved the read. Could add McVille Black Hawks. Girls may have been Bomb Shells for a short time but I'm not sure.

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  9. Fordville-Lankin Flyers.
    Minto Rockets
    Midway Monarchs
    Midway was formed as a consolidated school in the 60s. Original members were the Gilby Roughriders, the Forest River Cardinals, and the Inkster Indians.

    Midway-Minto now co-op in most sports and play as the Mustangs.

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    1. Thanks for the info. I believe I have everything correct now.

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  10. The Northwood Trojans and Hatton Flyers changed their name to the Northwood Hatton Thunder when they formed their Sports COOP.

    http://www.northwoodk12.com/home/apparel

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    1. Does Hatton still use flyers for baseball?

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  11. Pembina wildcats and the Bathgate atoms

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    1. Thanks for the correction. Made the change.

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  13. Niagara Bulldogs
    Niagara Wildcats
    Niagara was included in the Unity School District consortium which included Petersburg and Dahlen.

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    1. Thanks. Do you happen to remember the names for Petersburg and Dahlen?

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    2. Petersburg was the Vikings. I believe Dahlen was the Dragons if I remember right

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  14. Also, Nelson County North Panthers.

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  15. Believe that i HAVE A FEW TO ADD: Anamoose Royals Beach Buccaneers Benson County Aggies Beulah Miners Bohnsack Bobcats Bottineau Braves Buxton Wildcats Caledonia Tigers Carrington Cardinals Cayuga Coyotes Clifford Bombers De Lacs-Burlington Lakers Divide County Moroons Dunseith Dragons Edinburg Spartans Enderlin Eagles Epping Eagles Esmond Eagles Fargo Midgets Finley Flyers Ft. Yates Warriors Galesburg Mustangs Grafton Spoilers Grafton (before Spoiler name the Triumps Griggs County Central Cougars Hanniford Oriels Hatton Flyers Hillsboro Burros Kenmare Honkers Killdeer Cowboys Kindred Vikings Lakota Raiders LaMoure Loboes Langdon Cardinals Larimore Polar Bears Linton Lions Lisbon Broncos Logan Center Blue Jays Maple Valley Raiders Medina Cardinals Midkota Mustangs Milnor Bison Minot St. Leo's Lions Napoleon Imperials New Salem Holsteins New Town Eagles Oak Grove Grovers Oaks Tornadoes Oriska Flickers Park River Aggies Reynolds Rockets Rolla Bulldogs Sharon Knights St Johns Woodchucks Stanley Blue Jays Strasburg Clippers Thompson Tommies Valley City Highliners Verona Cardinals Watford City Wolves Wilton Minors Hope that this helps out your list.

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  17. Willow City
    Notre Dame Academy Blue Knights

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    1. Willow City
      Red Wings - public school.
      Blue Knights - Catholic school.
      I attended the Catholic school until it closed in 1968.
      Notre Dame Academy.
      Grades 1 - 12. Boarding school.

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  18. I'm pretty sure the Alexander Comets are back again. A few years ago they ended their coop with Watford City and even started up a 7 man football team. They play mostly MT schools. I could be wrong though.

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