By Traci Bishop
Ten Emery County young women took the stage on Saturday evening at Emery High School to compete for the crown and title of Miss Emery County and Miss Emery County Outstanding Teen.
Each contestant was asked an individual question on stage, followed by a talent portion that largely consisted of vocal talents with some dancing and other talents mixed in. Rounding out the competition portion of the evening, the contestants donned their best evening wear.
After careful consideration from the judges, Brooklyn Potter was announced as the 2019 Miss Emery County, with Maryn Allred winning the title of Miss Emery County Outstanding Teen. Potter wore the title of Outstanding Teen for the 2018 year and was awarded a $1,200 scholarship from the county and $1,000 to USU Eastern. Allred was awarded a $500 scholarship.
Tiana Jensen was named as the Miss Emery County 1st attendant as well as winning the Spirit of Miss Emery. Jensen earned a $750 scholarship from the county as well as $500 to USU Eastern. The 1st attendant for Outstanding Teen was announced as Jordynn Wolford, who was awarded a $300 scholarship.
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