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Five Local Girls Competing in Queen of Queens

By Staff | Jul 22, 2015

Brianna Young

The Ohio Valley Athletic Conference will once again crown the Queen of Queens as young women representing 25 member high schools compete for the 2015 title.

The talent show will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, July 24, with a new venue this year, the Capitol Theatre in Wheeling. Tickets are on sale at the Wesbanco Arena box office and will be available at the door.

The master of ceremonies for the event will be recording artist and Wheeling native Justin Mise.

The 2015 Queen will be crowned at the Rudy Mumley OVAC All Star Charity Football Game on Sunday, July 26, at Wheeling Island Stadium. Kick off is at 7:15 p.m. Pre-game activities will feature the OVAC All Star marching band, drill team, cheerleaders and queens.

Queen of Queens contestants, in alphabetical order by school, are as follows:

Tori Anderson

– Myka Gordon, Barnesville High School;

– Keirstyn Kidder, Bellaire High School;

– Kacie Jo Brown, Bishop Donahue High School;

– Briana Massey, Bridgeport High School;

– Megan Lees, Brooke High School;

Amanda Bennett

– Taylor Jones, Buckeye Local High School;

– Josie Garland, Cameron High School;

– Paige Reynolds, Edison High School;

– Brooke Spence, Indian Creek High School;

– Kelsey Gump, John Marshall High School;

Kimberly Boito

– Skylar Page, Linsly School;

– Mia Antinone, Madonna High School;

– Brianna Young, Magnolia High School;

– Rebecca Rehberg, Martins Ferry High School;

– Victoria Price, Monroe Central High School;

Megan Martin

– Tori Anderson, Paden City High School;

– Amanda Bennett, River High School;

– Brooke Breyer, Shadyside High School;

– Alli Greenwood, St. Clairsville High School;

– Cheyenne Harris, St. John Central High School;

– Melissa Magyer, Steubenville High School;

– Kimberly Boito, Tyler Consolidated High School;

– Autumn Kessler, Union Local High School;

– Megan Martin, Valley High School;

– Adelaide Estep, Wheeling Park High School.