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Local girl takes home 4 trophies from pageant
by Tribune Staff
Jul 12, 2012 | 2267 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Courtesy Photo/Kendall Inskip - Reed High School sophomore Alyssa Inskip shows off her trophies, medals and other prizes from the National American Miss Nevada Pageant in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Courtesy Photo/Kendall Inskip - Reed High School sophomore Alyssa Inskip shows off her trophies, medals and other prizes from the National American Miss Nevada Pageant in Las Vegas on Sunday.
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SPARKS — Reed High School sophomore Alyssa Inskip finished second runner-up in the National American Miss Nevada Pageant in Las Vegas on Sunday bringing home four trophies, two medallions, $250 in cash and a $1,200 scholarship for Most Promising Model. Alyssa punched her ticket to the national competition in Hollywood, Calif. where she will represent Sparks in the Junior Teen division.

Contestants were able to compete in several optional categories in addition to the overall pageant, which consisted of formal wear modeling, an in-depth interview, a personal introduction and community involvement. Alyssa was named to the Nevada Queen’s Court for the top five overall finishers while competing against 95 participants in her age division.

She competed in three optional competitions where she won the casual wear modeling competition, was named second runner-up in the acting competition and third runner-up in the photogenic competition.

According to her mother, Kendall, Alyssa will be heading to the national competition in November and will be looking for sponsors until then. She said Alyssa’s confidence “grew by leaps and bounds” after participating in her first pageant and is excited for the challenge of competing against the nation.
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