2018 Shenandoah County Fair Scholarship Pageant winners announced
WOODSTOCK – Cortney McDonald, of Strasburg, was named Miss Shenandoah County during the 2018 Shenandoah County Fair Scholarship Pageant held on Saturday at Central High School.
Johanna Pearson, of Strasburg, was first runner-up in the pageant, while Makenzie Kline, of Strasburg, and Nakayla Irvin, of Edinburg, finished second and third runner-up respectively.
Tatum Silvious won the Teen Miss Shenandoah crown, while Faith Dellinger was first runner-up and Makayla Hoffman was second runner-up. Olivia Carpenter was crowned the Jr. Teen Miss Shenandoah, with Madison Marston taking first runner-up. Sophia Reynolds and Kaylee Yaw finished second and third runner-up respectively.
Karma Wolfe was crowned Pre-Teen Miss Shenandoah, while Alexandra Crabill finished first runner-up and Kerina Stottlemyer finished second runner-up. Ava Kingree won the Young Miss Shenandoah crown, while Brooklynne Litten and Riley Knupp finished first and second runner-up respectively.
Kyleigh Cave won the Little Miss Shenandoah crown, while the first runner-up was Olivia Anderson and the second runner-up was Adalynn Sisler. Kylie Sager was crowned Tiny Miss Shenandoah, while Elizabeth Raines finished first runner-up and Southern Simmons finished second runner-up.