Thursday, May 30, 2013
Wayne County Schools' Mascots and School Colors Past and Present
Before consolidation, there were ten high schools in Wayne County. Frequently, people ask about the various school mascots and school colors of the past. According to information located in the Prairie Trails Museum library, here is a list of the schools, mascots, and school colors:
The Allerton school colors were blue and white, and the boys' mascot was Blue Devils; the girls' mascot was known as Devilettes.
Cambria's colors were blue and white, and they were known as the Comets.
Corydon High Hornets were represented by orange and black.
Clio teams were clad in purple and gold. They were the Tigers.
Humeston teams were formerly the Wildcats sporting royal blue and old gold colors.
Lineville Eagles wore red and blue, but it is noted in the information in the PT library that in 1937, Lineville boys' mascot was Indians, and the girls' was Goldettes. Their colors were purple and gold.
Millerton was known as the Waves represented by green and white colors.
The Promise City Eagles wore blue and white.
Seymour Warriors sported blue and white uniforms.
Sewal Bulldogs featured red and white colors.
In 2013, Wayne Community School in Corydon claim the Falcon as their mascot, and their school colors are black and white. Mormon Trail School in Humeston and Garden Grove are the Saints sporting black and gold colors. Seymour Community students are the Warriors, and they wear red and black today.