Six new Coffee County queens were crowned in New Brockton Saturday after reigning queens Lauren Callahan, Ansley Gatlin, Maleigha Lewis, Victoria Hudson, Kahla Allen and Sloan Cotter took their final walks as county representatives.
Karlee Alexis Hester was crowned Future Little Miss Coffee County. She was also the photogenic winner in her age division. Emma Holly Rowe was first runner-up and Valeigh Belle Walden placed second. Leilani Rena Perdue was the Spirit of Coffee County winner.
Emily Marie Turner is the new Little Miss. She will represent Coffee County in the Little Miss National Peanut Festival Pageant this fall. Emily also won the interview, verbal communication and best attire awards. First runner-up and Spirit of Coffee County winner went to Emma Jo Tice. Second runner-up was Rachel Elizabeth Hall.
Jamie Marie Wehunt was crowned as Petite Miss Coffee County. Olivia Grace Holland was first runner-up and won the Spirit of Coffee County and photogenic awards. Taylor Michelle Teele was second and Destiny Janell Miller placed third.
Bailey Marie Holland was crowned Pre-teen Coffee County. Bailey also won the Spirit of Coffee County award. Kylie Alana Moore was first runner-up. Second runner-up and photogenic was awarded to Madison Chandler.
Montana Skye Savage is the new Teen Miss Coffee County. She was also won the most photogenic award. First runner-up and winner of verbal communications was Madison Renee Grisset. Second runner-up was Kaelyn Ashley Fillingim and A'Miracal Phillips was the Spirit of Coffee County winner.
Enterprise senior Paige Sormrude is the new Miss Coffee County. She will compete in the National Peanut Festival Pageant this fall. Paige also won the verbal communication, interview and Spirit of Coffee County awards. First runner-up was Amber Nicole Campbell. Amber also won the best evening gown award. Second runner-up was Hayden Cotter and Pamela Gabrielle Grace was the written communication award.