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Nov 30

Kents Hill School Mascot

Kents Hill School Mascot

Kents Hill School Mascot

Stevens Art Foundry recently completed a bronze mascot for the Kents Hill School, and the bronze Husky was placed in front of the school’s Alfond Athletics Center. Football is slowly becoming a dirty word in some circles, but at Kents Hill, where the game has been played since 1893, football is as pure as it can be. On November 8, the Kents Hill Huskies played in-state foe Hebron Academy for the 121st time, making it one of the longest-running rivalries in the country – at any level of the sport. Kents Hill hasn’t won a game this season, but the losses haven’t sapped the joy from the 26 players on the roster. This isn’t some sort of feeder program for the SEC or Big Ten. They don’t dream of the NFL here. Football is a pastime that fits around a rigorous academic program, but the sport’s impact has been immeasurable for over 120 years.

Stevens Art Foundry was honored to be chosen to design, sculpt, and cast the mascot for such a revered institution. You can read more about the Kents Hill School, and thier unique brand of football in a recent article in Sports Illustrated by celebrated sports writer Peter King by clicking here.

Kents Hill School Mascot

Kents Hill School Mascot