The first contestants Cassidy Wells a 2014 graduate of Wauseon High School and plans on attending BGSU to hopefully one day become a French Teacher and she enjoys signing on the worship team at Oasis Christian Fellowship. She was sponsored by Tiny’s Dairy Barn. Here talent for the evening was singing the song blessed and also played along on the guitar.
Brooke Hardy was contestant number two and she will be a senior at Wauseon High school this upcoming fall school semester. She plays piccolo in the High school marching band and wants to obtain a degree in chemical engineering. She is a member of the National Honor society and participates in the speech and debate team. She was sponsored by New Dimensions of Wauseon. Her talent for the evening was playing a patriotic melody on the piccolo and flute.
Emalee Stewart was contestant number three and is going to be a junior at Wauseon High school this upcoming fall semester. She enjoys volleyball and FAA and her two dairy cows and plans on taking agriculture at The Ohio State University. She also has enjoyed dancing with the superstar’s competition company for the last four years. She was sponsored by Salon Serenity. Her talent for the evening was a jazz dance routine.
Myranda Matthews was contestant number four and is a 2014 graduate of Wauseon High school and will be attending Toledo University this fall and will be taking studio art and hopes to then attend the Art Institute of San Francisco where she will major in fashion and jewelry design which she hopes will propel her to owning her own fashion store. She was sponsored by Fiesta Salon. Her talent for the evening was singing stay by Stan Smith.
Lexi Conrad was contestant number five and she will be a senior at Wauseon High school this upcoming fall semester. She is looking forward to her fourth year as varsity cheerleader for both the football and basketball programs. She also loves volunteering at several organizations throughout the community. She also teaches cheer to special Olympians. She plans on attending a four year college to become a forensic psychologist. She was sponsored by DJ Nune Molina of Loco Sounds. Her talent for the evening was a cheer routine.
Victoria Kahrs was contestant number six and she is a 2014 graduate of Wauseon High school and was on the tennis team and involved in 4-H. She is currently taking the transfer module at NW State community college where she will then transfer to BGSU or Walsh to major in history or museum studies to become a museum curator. She was sponsored by Kahrs family farm and is currently employed there. Her talent for the night was a Balled to the song you lift me up.
Emily Legenza was contestant number seven and she will be a junior at Wauseon High school this fall semester. She is in the schools marching band as a majorette and a basketball cheerleader. Over the last five years she has enjoyed dancing at the Super Stars Dance Company and has takin some Ballet classes at the Theater of Toledo. She was sponsored by Salon Serenity. Her talent for the evening was singing while also playing along on the keyboard.
All seven contestants performed very well and made the judges jobs very hard. The judges for the Pageant were Ann Andrews, Susan Short, Bill Frank and Chris Meyer. Cato’s and Passion for Fashion provided the clothing for the two fashion portions of the Pageant. After the scores were tallied the results were the title of Miss Photogenic going to Emily Legenza, Miss Congeniality going to Lexi Conrad, 2nd runner up to Victoria Khars, 1st runner up to Emalee Stewart and the title of 2014 Wauseon Homecoming Queen went to Cassidy Wells.
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