Football season is in full swing in Texarkana. And with football season comes the crosstown rivalries and the bragging rights on what school is the best. But we want to know what school in Texarkana has the best mascot?

In Texarkana, we all have our favorite high school. Whether you are a Texas High Tiger, an Arkansas High Razorback, a Liberty Eylau Leopard, or a Pleasant Grove Hawk, your school spirit and colors are deeply rooted in your favorite team.

All of our are teams have had great success, from the multiple state titles in football, baseball for the Pleasant Grove Hawks, to the multiple state titles in track, football, and baseball for the Liberty Eylau Leopards, to the multiple football, and baseball state championships from the Arkansas High Razorbacks, to the championships of the Texas High Tigers, all give their fans something to cheer about on game day.

I thought it would be a good idea to let you vote on the best Texarkana high school mascot.

So what school will get your vote?

Texas High Tigers

Liberty Eylau Leopards

Pleasant Grove Hawks

Arkansas High Razorbacks

Arkansas Razorback at the 6-legged fun Run.

6 Legged Run Facebook

Pleasant Grove Hawk.

Hawk Nation Facebook

Texas High Tiger.

Liberty Eylau Leopard.

LEids Facebook

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