Vote for Grimsley Whirlies as USA TODAY’s ‘Most Unique Mascot’ in America

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GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The Grimsley Whirlies are in the running for USA TODAY’s Most Unique Mascot competition.

The school won the competition for North Carolina and is now competing in the national competition.

The Whirlies are competing in Region 2 against mascots including the Obezags from Kannapolis, MD and the Konkrete Kids out of Northampton, PA.

You can vote for the Whirlies here. Voting ends on March 14. The winner will move on to the final round of six mascots.

The final six schools will compete for the chance to be named the best high school sports mascot in America. The national winner will receive $2,000 for its athletics department, second place gets $1,000, third gets $500, fourth gets $250 and fifth gets $100.

Click to vote for the Whirlies.