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Reigning Miss Randolph County Tori Gross

Miss Randolph County, Teen pageants Saturday night

ASHEBORO — The Kiwanis Club of Asheboro presents the Miss Randolph County and Miss Randolph County’s Teen Scholarship Competition on Saturday, Oct. 14.

The competitions are part of the Miss America Organization, and a preliminary to the Miss North Carolina Scholarship Competition.

The event will take place at Randleman Elementary School beginning at 6 p.m. Delegates will compete in categories of Private Interview, Health and Fitness, Talent, Red Carpet/Evening Gown, and On-Stage Interview/Conversation. The latter gives them an opportunity to express their interests in social, community service or vocational matters. 

Admission at the door is $10; children under 6 get in free.

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the winner of the Miss and $500 to the winner of Teen by the Kiwanis Club, along with other monetary and gift items from sponsors.

The 2024 Miss Randolph County Competition winners will represent Randolph County in the Miss North Carolina and Miss North Carolina’s Teen Competitions in June 2024. 

Miss Randolph County 2023 Tori Gross and Miss Randolph County’s Teen 2023 Parker Sterling are the reigning queens. 

For more information, follow the pageant at www.missrandolphcounty.org, email info@missrandolphcounty.org or find them on Facebook or Instagram.

Miss Randolph County


Leigh Skeen, 17 
Community Service Initiative — Volunteerism; Making An Impact On My Community 
Talent: Lyrical Dance

Ashley Leonard, 21 
Community Service Initiative — Love Doesn’t Hurt 
Talent: Viola Solo

Maxine Ford (no age given)
Community Service Initiative — Ahhh! A Calling Forth for Internal & Communal Healing Through Breathing and Play 
Talent: Vocal Performance 

Maggie Brown, 25 
Community Service Initiative — STEM Education for Elementary 
Talent: Vocal Performance

Sierra Huffman, 22 
Community Service Initiative — True Colors – Confidence in the Middle Grades 
Talent: Slam Poetry

Miss Randolph County’s Teen


Ila Monical, 15 
Community Service Initiative — You Know Me, Not My Story 
Talent: Musical Theater Vocal Performance

Kinsley Davis, 13 
Community Service Initiative — Run 5, Feed 5 
Talent: Clogging Performance

Carlie Roberts, 15 
Community Service Initiative — Pennies for Preemies 
Talent:  Speaking Performance

Adrianna Sexton, 15 
Community Service Initiative — Mental is Physical 
Talent:  Vocal Performance

Cedriana Huffman, 14 
Community Service Initiative — Moore to Give 
Talent:  Lyrical Contemporary Dance