Miss Andrews High crowned

  • Wednesday, November 27, 2013

PhotoGRAPHs by Chris Sokoloski/Times Hailey Lambert is crowned Miss Andrews High School 2013 by principal Michelle Greene.

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Hailey Lambert was crowned Miss Andrews High School 2013 last week.

The annual event features casual wear and evening gown competitions.

The other competitors were: Tundrina Arrington, Sydney Baber, Kailey Barrineau, Samantha Bey, Kalli Bourne, Miranda Cantley, Brittany McNight, Malorey Morris and Tionne White.

Joining Lambert in the top 5 were Morris, Bourne, Barrinieau and Arrington.

Bourne won the casual wear compeition and Cantley was named Miss Congeniality by the other contestants.

While the judges were compiling their scores, the crowd was entertained by music by Andrews students, dancing from students of the Fusion Dance Center, and a special performance by Elvis Presley, aka Ronnie Jackson.

Lambert will represent the school until next November, when Miss Andrews High School 2014 is crowned.

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