By Lanz Christian Bañes
And then there were three.
The Vallejo City Unified School board voted unanimously Wednesday to abandon the decades old mascot of its namesake high school, which had been one in four in the state to use the Apache as its symbol.
After the vote, the board discussed the logistics of changing the mascot, which will be officially retired at the June graduation of the Class of 2014.
“It will not happen over night because there is an extreme cost involved,” Board President Hazel Wilson said, adding that as equipment and things wear down, they will be replaced without the Apache logo.