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Ten contestants vying for Miss Sylacauga and Miss Sylacauga’s Outstanding Teen 2023 this Saturday

SYLACAUGA, Ala. – On Saturday, Oct. 1, ten young women will compete for the titles of Miss Sylacauga 2023 and Miss Sylacauga’s Outstanding Teen 2023.

The exciting competition will take place at the B.B. Comer High School auditorium. The doors will open at 5:00 p.m. with the festivities set to begin at 5:30 p.m.

Featured throughout will be last year’s Miss Sylacauga, Lacey Wood, and Miss Sylacauga’s Outstanding Teen, Isabella Kirkland. The co-emcees for the evening are RadioAlabama’s Michael Giddens and Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen, Hailey Adams.

Multiple performers from Centre Stage Dance Academy, Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company, and Signature Studio of Dance will grace the stage throughout the show.

Three will compete for the chance to represent as Miss Sylacauga 2023. They are:

Keri Hayes – Student at Central Alabama Community College; Talent: Dance; Social Impact Initiative: Express your Voice – Raising Awareness For Speech Disorders
Alana Price – Student at Sylacauga High School; Talent: Piano; Social Impact Initiative: Hometown Helpings
Kayleigh Thomas – Student at B.B. Comer High School; Talent: Recite an original poem; Social Impact Initiative: Easier Access To Adolescent Counseling For Youth

The following seven will challenge for the crown of Miss Sylacauga’s Outstanding Teen 2023:

Bryanna Belser – Student at Sylacauga High School; Talent: Dance; Social Impact Initiative: Brianna’s Blessing Bags
Ever Harris – Student at B.B. Comer High School; Talent: Science Experiment; Social Impact Initiative: Gender Equality In The Workplace
Emma Claire McGrady – Student at Shelby Crossing Christian (Homeschool); Talent: Dance; Social Impact Initiative: Ignite A Light
Jaelyn Robinson – Student at B.B. Comer High School; Talent: Dance; Social Impact Initiative: Mental Health and Community Activities For Teens
Tabitha Stallworth – Student at Sylacauga High School; Talent: Vocal, Social Impact Initiative: Racism and Cultural Diversity
Allison Terrell – Student at Sylacauga High School; Talent: Vocal; Social Impact Initiative: Buckle Up Sylacauga
Saniyah Thomas – Student at Nichols Lawson Middle School; Talent: Vocal; Social Impact Initiative: Saniyah’s SELF Care

Tickets can be purchased on the website in advance or at the door for $10.

Established in 1937, Miss Sylacauga is the longest running preliminary to Miss Alabama (that goes on to compete at Miss America).  The competition is sponsored by Sylacauga Parks and Recreation.


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