Scotland County Fair Queen is first runner up at Missouri State Fair Queen contest

Davis participated in a parade in Memphis, Mo. (Submitted Image).jpg

Sadie Davis, of Memphis, Missouri, is well into starting her school year at Mizzou.

But, there’s something she did this summer that sets her apart from the rest of her class.

Sadie was crowned Miss Scotland County Fair Queen. Participating in a queen contest was a new experience for her. Although there were no other competitors at the Scotland County contest, she still had to reach a set number of points in order to advance in the competition.

The categories included evening gown, talent, interview, and on-stage questions.

The day of the contest was extra busy for Davis, as she was also showing her dog at the fair.

But at the state fair, she competed against 49 other young women. There she earned the title of first runner up at the Missouri State Fair Queen Contest.

“I was very, very happy with it, I was very pleased. I wasn’t expecting to do that well mainly because I haven’t been to the state fair as much as other girls have,” she said.

Sadie said she wishes all the best for this year’s fair queen.

“I definitely think she was the right person to win and I’m just very happy for her,” she said.

Her favorite part of the contest was something simple.

“The best part, we all enjoyed meeting each other,” Sadie recalled. “I was one of the older ones in the pageant, but I got to meet a lot of girls from around the state all with very similar backgrounds to me.”

Sadie is the daughter of Jeff and Trinity Davis of Memphis, Missouri. As first runner up, Sadie was awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

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