USA Today will be having a contest where fans will vote on their favorite unusual HS team nickname. From the rules:
The USA TODAY HSS staff has chosen 255 of the nation’s most unique high school mascots - five per state (and Washington D.C.), with voting on the state round running from Feb. 25 to March 5. The 51 winners will advance to the second round, where they will be divided among six regions. The regional round will begin March 6 and end March 14.
The six winners then will compete from March 15-25 for the chance to be named the best high school sports mascot in America.
The national winner will receive $2,000 for its athletic department. Second place will be awarded $1,000, third ($500), fourth ($250) and fifth ($100).
From the top five in each state, there are a few familiar names: the Watersmeet Nimrods, Pershing Doughboys, Goodrich Martians, Ishpeming Hematites, Kingsford Flivvers from Michigan and the Glenville Tarblooders from Ohio.