A contingent of queens and a wide variety of awards and honors were bestowed on several young women and girls from both Prescott High School and Prescott Elementary School at the annual PHS/PES beauty pageant on Saturday, April 21 at the Prescott High School auditorium.

A contingent of queens and a wide variety of awards and honors were bestowed on several young women and girls from both Prescott High School and Prescott Elementary School at the annual PHS/PES beauty pageant on Saturday, April 21 at the Prescott High School auditorium.
In the Miss PHS competition, Zorana Marks was crowned Miss PHS with the first runner-up named as Hope West and second runner-up as Cassidi Calicott. Jonay Roberts was third runner-up.  Other awards included: Most Photogenic to Zorana Marks; Miss Congeniality to Zorana Marks; Best Dressed to Zorana Marks; Wolf Wear Award to Zorana Marks; Personal Expression/Sportswear to Hope West; and Interview Award to Hope West.
In the Junior Miss PHS competition, Hailey Patrick was crowned Junior Miss PHS with the first runner-up named as Zoe Fincher and second runner-up as Jada Sharp. Rileigh Burke was third runner-up.  Other awards included: Most Photogenic to Zoe Fincher; Miss Congeniality to Hailey Patrick; Best Dressed to Hailey Patrick; Interview to Zoe Fincher.
In the Miss PES competition, Zareah Colbert was crowned Miss PES with the first runner-up named as Nadia Gleason and second runner-up as Elainah Joy Burke. Other awards included: Most Photogenic to Elainah Joy Burke; Best Dressed to Zareah Colbert.
In the Junior Miss PES, Dakota Kisselburg was crowned Junior Miss PES with the first runner-up named as Maleya Wilson. Other awards included: Most Photogenic to Dakota Kisselburg; Best Dressed to Dakota Kisselburg.
In the Little Miss PES competition, Lily Kisselburg was crowned Little Miss PES with the first runner-up named as Caileigh Land. Other awards included: Most Photogenic to Lily Kisselburg; Best Dressed to Lily Kisselburg.
In the People’s Choice Awards, winners included Miss PHS to Zorana Marks; Junior Miss PHS to Jada Sharp; Miss PES to Nadia Gleason; Junior Miss PES to Maleya Wilson and Little Miss PES to Caileigh Land.
Editor’s Note: Lisa Martin and Valerie Cobb contributed to this report.