Christina Mason and Dixie Bridges were the overall winners of the 2012 Miss Long County Wildlife Pageant held Sept. 29 at Long County High School in Ludowici.
Mason received the crown as the overall winner in the 7-and-older division, while Bridges was the overall winner in the 6-and-younger division. Bridges also won the best western wear award in the toddler division; Mason received the award in the miss division.
In the baby miss division, Cambree Armfield was the winner, Kinsley Baxter was first runner-up, and Demi Wasdin was second runner-up. Wasdin also received the best western wear award and Baxter received the prettiest smile award.
In the toddler miss division Destiny Maney won the crown as well as the most sponsored, people’s choice and prettiest smile awards. In the tiny miss division the queen was Trinity Boutwell, the first runner-up was Natalie Pope, and the second runner-up was Audrey Butler. Pope also took the best western wear award and the prettiest smile award.
In the petite miss division, Samantha Pitts was the winner, Taylor Smith was first runner-up, and Sydney Clary was second runner-up. Smith also won the best western wear award, while Clary won the prettiest smile award.
Kaitelyn McGowan was the overall winner in the pre-teen division and also claimed the best western wear award. Jailyn Holland was first runner-up and recipient of the prettiest smile award. Savannah Clary was the second runner-up.
In the jr. miss division, Ashlyn Hughes was the winner and also received the prettiest smile and best western wear awards.
In the miss division Karena Espy won the crown and also took the prettiest smile award. The first runner-up was Katyonna Jones, and the second runner-up was Melana Linville.
Alexis Snelling was the overall and prettiest-smile winner in the ms/mrs division. Haley Riddle was first runner-up and winner of the best western wear award.
The pageant drew 21 contestants.