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Miss CASC Competes for Miss Oklahoma Featured

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Miss Carl Albert State College, Maci Crandell, left on Saturday, June 5th for the Miss Oklahoma Pageant in Tulsa.

Poteau native Maci Crandel is the daughter of Pete and Misti Crandell and will be vying for the title of Miss Oklahoma along with Thirty-nine other candidates from across the state of Oklahoma. The winner of Miss Oklahoma will compete for the title of Miss America.

The week includes three nights of preliminary competition and concludes with a final competition the evening of June 12.

Crandell will have several rounds of competition during her week there.


On Monday Maci will have her judges’ interview.

Tuesday evening, she will perform her vocal performance “Never Enough” from The Greatest Showman for her talent.

Wednesday will be her on stage interview and social impact Statement.

Thursday will be her Red-Carpet Evening Gown Competition.

Crowning  Night is Saturday Night 

Miss CASC will not be the only local girl in the competition as her Little Stars Kenzlee Smith and Saphire Hardin will make there appears on stage with Maci during her evening gown competition.

                               Maci and Kenzlee

Maci and Kenzlee

saohire Hardin

Saphire Hardin

Good Luck Maci
Have Fun

The Miss America Organization is one of the nation’s leading achievement programs and the world’s largest provider of scholarship assistance for young women. Each year, the Miss America Organization makes available millions in cash and tuition scholarship assistance. This assistance is not just for the handful of young women who become Miss America, but is available to all young women who compete in the state and local competitions across the nation. The organization stands for empowering young women across the country to be the best they can be through leadership, talent, communication skills and smarts.

Miss Oklahoma Contestant are:
Miss Ada – Elizabeth Gibson
Miss Altus – Kennedy Martin
Miss Bricktown – Maggie Bond
Miss Broken Arrow – Sophia Arroyo
Miss Brookside – Lexi Neahring
Miss Capital City – Abigail Chitwood
Miss CASC – Maci Crandell
Miss Collinsville – Faith Steedman
Miss Delaware County – Arriah Herrin
Miss EOC/Mid-Del – Ava Cruchon
Miss Edmond – McKinzie Deaton
Miss Elk City – Karli Lovelace
Miss Grand Lake – Cassie Harding
Miss Greater Oklahoma – Caitlin Rhodes
Miss Green Country – Carly Vargas
Miss Heartland – Jetta Smith
Miss Huckleberry – Seyton Thomas
Miss Keystone Lake – Emily Yannatone
Miss Land of the Lakes – Macy Eminger
Miss McAlester – Samantha Donato
Miss Moore-Norman – Hannah Scholl
Miss Muskogee – Telara Day
Miss Mustang – Haylee Chiariello
Miss NSU – Malory Lynch
Miss NOC Enid – Emily Hall
Miss NOC Tonkawa – Carli Pendleton
Miss Northwestern – Liberty Bird
Miss Oil Capital – Sunny Day
Miss Oklahoma City – Ashleigh Robinson
Miss OCU – Mackenzie McIntyre
Miss Oklahoma State Fair – Ashley Ehrhart
Miss OSU – Julianne Thomison
Miss Ponca City – Chandler Brown
Miss Redbud – Lexie Large
Miss RiverWalk – Theodora Baker
Miss Route 66 – Lynzie Herron
Miss Queen of the West – Lily Parker
Miss Sooner State – Michella Wilson
Miss SWOSU – Natalee Karcher
Miss Tulsa – Megan Gold
Miss Tulsa State Fair – Kamryn Brown
Miss University of Central Oklahoma – Alana Hughes


David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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