OVAC Queen of Queens Compete for Crown and Scholarship


 Ladies from all over the Ohio Valley were showing off their talents for the OVAC Queen of Queens Pageant, Thursday.

23 girls from schools up and down the Ohio River performed in front of a packed Capital Theatre, all competing for the crown and a scholarship. The winner of the overall competition will be crowned during the half-time celebrations at the OVAC All-Stars football game on Saturday.

Last year’s queen, Briana Massey, of Bridgeport returned for one last performance before handing over the crown on Saturday.

The 2016 contestants included:
Alli Wilcox from Monroe Central High School
Alexa Mayle from Buckeye Local High School
Tessie Tokash from Madonna High School
Kellsi Anderson from Tyler Consolidated High School
Kayla Speedy from Edison High School
Alyssa Wallace from John Marshall High School
Maurkesha Young from Steubenville High School
Madison Neiswonger from Barnesville High School
Teresa Pockl from Wheeling Central Catholic High School
Kaitlyn Callarik from Bellaire High School
Samantha Rosser from Shadyside High School
Alicia Maria Palmeri from Weir High School
Katherine Adase from Wheeling Park High School
Alexis Turner-Davis from Brooke High School
Miranda Robinson from Toronto High School
Maria Ducci from St. John Central High School
Carleigh West from The Linsly School
Rachel Arbogast from Magnolia High School
Brianna Piergallini from Indian Creek High School
Madison Pitcher from St. Clairsville High School
Lexie Willoughby from Bridgeport High School
Jennifer Reuther from Martins Ferry High School
Madison Ross from Cameron High School


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