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By CNJ staff 

Rodeo pageant winners crowned

 


Two Clovis residents were crowned Saturday at the Holiday Inn during the Miss Rodeo New Mexico pageant coronation.

Ashlee Stallings, 21, triumphed over two other young women from New Mexico to be named Miss Rodeo New Mexico. Stallings is the daughter of Clayton and Kathy Stallings. She is a senior at Eastern New Mexico University majoring in speech communications.

Kyla Myers, 9, was crowned Little Miss Rodeo New Mexico. Kyla competed against four other girls ages 8 through 11. The daughter of Kevin and Lexie Myers, she is a fifth-grade honor roll student at Barry Elementary School.

The pageant winners will promote the sport of rodeo throughout New Mexico during their reigns. Stallings will also travel to Las Vegas, Nev., in 2007 to compete in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.

The competition was judged on appearance, personality and horsemanship. Stallings scored best overall in all three categories. Kyla had the highest marks in personality and horsemanship.

Miss Rodeo New Mexico

Winner

Ashlee Stallings — Clovis

Runners-up

Sara K. Peterson — Winston

Julie Rael — Truchas

Miss Rodeo New Mexico Teen

Winner

Kryslie Lynn Bierner — Williamsburg

Runner-up

Leisil Jones — Reserve

Miss Rodeo New Mexico Princess

Winner

McKensey Nall — Grants

Runners-up

Aspen Reames — Texico

Jessie Evans — Portales

Little Miss Rodeo New Mexico

Winner

Kyla Dawn Myers — Clovis

Runners-up

Cristina Maria Iannucci — Santa Fe

Angelina Vigil — Albuquerque

Maia Jasmin McFall — Springer

Brianna Billingsley — Fort Sumner

Pioneer Days Rodeo Queen

Brianne R. Aucutt

Pioneer Days Rodeo Princess

Kayla Leigh Hight

Little Buckaroo Rodeo Queen

Rachel Cox

Little Buckaroo Rodeo Princess

Tristyn McDaniel

 

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