Flynn, Winkleman, Torrento, Robison Are Scenic City Pageant Winners

Sunday, October 28, 2012 - by Wendy King
UT-Chattanooga's Dacey Winkleman of Winchester with Miss Tennessee 2012, Miss Chattanooga 2012 and UTC graduate Chandler Lawson shortly after Miss Winkleman was named Miss Chattanooga 2013.  Miss Winkleman, a senior majoring in molecular biology who is also the head majorette and a member of Chi Omega, was recently named UTC's homecoming queen.
UT-Chattanooga's Dacey Winkleman of Winchester with Miss Tennessee 2012, Miss Chattanooga 2012 and UTC graduate Chandler Lawson shortly after Miss Winkleman was named Miss Chattanooga 2013. Miss Winkleman, a senior majoring in molecular biology who is also the head majorette and a member of Chi Omega, was recently named UTC's homecoming queen.
- photo by Wendy King

Amy Catherine Flynn, Dacey Winkleman, Jaclyn Torrento and Hannah Robison were pageant winners on Sunday at Chattanooga State.

 

All will be advancing to the Miss Tennessee Pageant in Jackson.

 

There were 22 contestants vying to advance to the state competition.

 

Miss Scenic City - Amy Catherine Flynn

1st Runner Up - Madyson Foster

2nd Runner Up - Brittany Kyte

 

Miss Chattanooga - Dacey Winkleman

1st Runner Up - Tiffany Latham

2nd Runner Up - MerylAnne Dexter

 

Miss Metropolitan – Jaclyn Torrento

1st Runner Up - Madison Hardy

2nd Runner Up - Angel Garrett

 

Miss Tennessee Valley – Hannah Robison

1st Runner Up - Kendall Schulz

2nd Runner Up - Morgan Moore

 

Scenic City’s Outstanding Teen – Carlie Vowell

1st Runner Up - Kylie Norris

 

Tennessee Valley’s Outstanding Teen - Carmen Fillers

1st Runner Up – Turner Bryant

 

Scenic City’s Teen Princess - Brynne Lytle

1st Runner Up - Hope Stephens

2nd Runner Up – Anna Grace Smith

 

Tennessee Valley’s Teen Princess – Peyton Wilson

1st Runner Up - Baylee Nester

2nd Runner Up - Aaliyah Rose Moody

 

Miss Awards

Overall Swimsuit - Hannah Robison

Swimsuit - Dacey Winkleman

Overall Talent – Amy Flynn

Talent – Jaclyn Torrento

Evening Gown – Hannah Robison

Interview – Amy Flynn

Spirit – Tiffany Latham

 

Outstanding Teen Awards

Interview – Carlie Vowell

Fitness – Kylie Norris

 

The 2013 Scenic City pageant winners  are Miss Tennessee Valley Hannah Robison of Martin, Miss Scenic City Amy Flynn of Knoxville, Miss Chattanooga Dacey Winkleman of Winchester and Miss Metropolitan Jaclyn Torrento of Springfield.
The 2013 Scenic City pageant winners are Miss Tennessee Valley Hannah Robison of Martin, Miss Scenic City Amy Flynn of Knoxville, Miss Chattanooga Dacey Winkleman of Winchester and Miss Metropolitan Jaclyn Torrento of Springfield.
- Photo2 by Wendy King

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