Sebastian the Ibis of the NCAA University of Miami Hurricanes kisses the coveted trophy after helping his team win day two of last year’s Wawa Mascot Games. Also pictured are teammates Carlton the Bear of the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs and Orbit of the MLB Houston Astros. Sebastian will return to the Wawa Mascot Games, benefiting New Hope for Kids, on June 17 and 18 at the Amway Center in Orlando.
Sebastian the Ibis of the NCAA University of Miami Hurricanes kisses the coveted trophy after helping his team win day two of last year’s Wawa Mascot Games. Also pictured are teammates Carlton the Bear of the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs and Orbit of the MLB Houston Astros. Sebastian will return to the Wawa Mascot Games, benefiting New Hope for Kids, on June 17 and 18 at the Amway Center in Orlando. Photo By Jim Varsallone
Sebastian the Ibis of the NCAA University of Miami Hurricanes kisses the coveted trophy after helping his team win day two of last year’s Wawa Mascot Games. Also pictured are teammates Carlton the Bear of the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs and Orbit of the MLB Houston Astros. Sebastian will return to the Wawa Mascot Games, benefiting New Hope for Kids, on June 17 and 18 at the Amway Center in Orlando. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Sebastian the Ibis of The U ready for Mascot Games in Orlando

June 17, 2016 12:21 AM

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