The Mascot Pigskin Challenge (Bracket Four-Round 1) [Sports]

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Over the past couple of days a tournament has been raging a tournament for local high school mascot supremacy!
In honor of football season high school mascots have been competing in one on one contests in four different brackets.

The winners in each bracket will go on to face each other in the championship of the event, so far three of the four mascots have made their way to the final four from Doss High School, the Dragon, from St. X the Tiger, and from Christian Academy of Louisville, the Centurion. Keep in mind each of these mascots battle with no consideration given to the individual schools or even their athletics, this is purely about the strength of each mascot.

And, with that preamble, the final mascot will be determined based on this fourth and final bracket: mascots from outlying counties surrounding Louisville. These are mascots that are in the Louisville area but are in neighboring towns.

Bullitt East High School Charger vs. Bullitt Central High School Cougar

In this inner-county conflict Bullitt East’s Charger, represented by a horse, goes against Bullitt Central’s Cougar. A cunning mascot Bullitt East’s Charger waits for the Cougar to pass, quickly moving in and claiming a victory.

Winner: Bullitt East Charger

North Bullitt Eagle vs. Spencer County Bear

That age old battle of Eagle vs. Bear. Now, the Eagle can attempt the swoop down tactic and that works for small animals however a bear is well, I mean it’s a bear.

Winner: Spencer County Bear

Shelby County High School Rocket vs. North Oldham High School Mustang

How many horse power is in a rocket do you think?

Winner: Shelby County High School Rocket

Oldham County High School Colonel vs. South Oldham High School Dragon

You might say to yourself, this is a no-brainer were dealing with a Dragon here! And, at the end of the day isn’t a colonel just a guy good at frying chicken? Well, to that let me say, if that’s really what you thought maybe you need to pick up a book on colonels. In any case the Colonel surprisingly wins this one, not because he’s stronger or faster, but because he calls up a massive army and leads them into destroying the Dragon Gen. Patton style.

Winner: Oldham County High School Colonel

Henry County High School Patriot vs. Trimble County High School Raider

A raider vs. a patriot, however the raider is represented by a cowboy riding a horse, the patriot doesn’t have a horse; I’m sorry but guy with horse beats guy with no horse every time.

Winner: Trimble County High School Raider

Tomorrow this bracket’s battles rage on as the Bullitt East Charger takes on the Spencer County Bear and the Shelby County Rocket battles the Trimble County Raider.

Image courtesy of Free Clip Art
 

About Dave Rose
Recently, I completed a Masters degree in Education and have been writing for Louisville.com for over a year now, prior to that I published a humor book for young adults titled Wearing Socks with Sandals, a book about getting through high school, college, and all of the requisite problems that present themselves during that time. Currently, I spend much of my time in classroom settings as well as writing in various areas. Of course, I’m a big sports fan and love music and film, and love finding new stuff around Louisville.
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