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Arlington Eagles are more than mascots

  • The Arlington mascots approach the Lake Stevens Viking on Friday night after halftime. Their plans to harass the Viking mascot are foiled as they real...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    The Arlington mascots approach the Lake Stevens Viking on Friday night after halftime. Their plans to harass the Viking mascot are foiled as they realize the Viking is a girl.

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  • The Arlington mascots approach the Lake Stevens Viking on Friday night after halftime. Their plans to harass the Viking mascot are foiled as they real...

    Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    The Arlington mascots approach the Lake Stevens Viking on Friday night after halftime. Their plans to harass the Viking mascot are foiled as they realize the Viking is a girl.

Stuck in a hot, suffocating oversized costume and picked on by mischievous kids, the stereotype of being a mascot makes the exercise look less than fun.
But Arlington High School students Terry Dawn and Noah Jones, who donned the identical Eagle mascot costumes for a recent football game, had nothing but a good time entertaining crowds before, during and after the game.
Click here to see photos of the Arlington Eagles at work.
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