Red Mountain High’s Mountain Lion


First Place: Red Mountain High’s Mountain Lion

7301 E. Brown Road, Mesa


It takes a litter of Mountain Lion mascots to keep spirits high at such a big school as Red Mountain. With all of those winter and spring sports, home and away games, pep rallies and fundraisers – and now with fall sports in full swing – a lone cat can get a little burned out.

Or maybe it will wander off, as happened a few years ago. It took all of the bio-med students’ CSI skills to track the missing feline down. 

In a hilarious student RMTV segment at the time, cheerleaders and pommies weren’t too keen on finding the furry attention-grabber but most students were desolate.

“He was the only one who appreciated our music,” lamented one marching band member.

Second Place: Liberty Arts Academy’s Barky

3015 S. Power Road, Mesa


Third Place: Val Vista Academy’s Viper

4120 South Val Vista Drive, Gilbert


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