Harrison High School hasn’t had a mascot at games in over twenty years, and that’s about to change. This Friday’s home football game, Robbie Kelley will excite and encourage students in the stands and on the field as Harrison’s first ever mascot to have a costume.

Harrison’s cheer team raised nearly $2,000 to pay for the Goblin head, only adding to the school’s excitement, which has nearly boiled over. As for the student behind the mask, there was no better choice. Kelley may just have more school spirit than any other student, even dedicating social media posts to encouraging the Goblins.

There is much excitement floating around the halls of Harrison, and this will come to a head on Friday, during the debut.

Written by Trey Ward, a junior student at Harrison High School.