If legislation being drafted by Washington State 40th Legislative District Representative Debra Lekanoff passes, many schools within the Evergreen State will be mandated to change their mascot/nickname.

Lekanoff is the first Native American woman ever elected to the Washington State House of Representatives.

Which schools would be affected statewide?

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According to information compiled by author Marc Sheehan andposted on a website called Halcyon.com (which was last updated in July of 2017), we can take a look at who might need a makeover.

2-YEAR COLLEGES
Walla Walla Warriors

HIGH SCHOOLS
Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors
Bishop Blanchet Braves (Seattle)
Cheney Blackhawks
Chief Leschi Warriors (Puyallup)
Cle Elum-Roslyn Warriors
Clover Park Warriors (Lakewood)
Columbia River Chieftains (Vancouver)
Colville Indians
Crosspoint Warriors (Bremerton) -- formerly King's West
Edmonds-Woodway Warriors
Jubilee Christian Warriors (Prescott)
Kalama Chinooks
Kamiakin Braves (Kennewick)
La Conner Braves
Lummi Blackhawks (Bellingham)
Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks
Moses Lake Chiefs
Muckleshoot Tribal Wolves (Auburn)
North Central Indians (Spokane)
Quileute Tribal Wolves (LaPush)
Reardan Indians
Renton Indians
Rochester Warriors
St. Michael's Warriors (Spokane)
Sammamish Totems (Bellevue)
Seattle Christian Warriors (SeaTac)
South Bend Indians
Taholah Chitwhins
Toledo Indians
Touchet Indians
Tyee Totems (SeaTac)
Wahluke Warriors (Mattawa)
Wellpinit Redskins
Wilbur Redskins -- combines with Creston to become Wilbur-Creston
Wishram Indians -- combines with Lyle to become Lyle-Wishram