South Plains College students to compete for Miss Caprock title on Nov. 15
LEVELLAND – The 62nd annual Miss Caprock Scholarship Pageant is set for 7 p.m. on Nov. 15 (Friday) in the Tom T. Hall Production Studio at South Plains College.
The Mistress of Ceremonies will be Stephanie Allen, communication consultant and trainer and professional organizer. Musical entertainment will be provided by Creative Arts student Kristal Wight.
The winner of the pageant will receive a $750 SPC scholarship and the first runner-up will receive a $500 SPC scholarship. The nine contestants, listed below, were selected as representatives for their student club or organization.
Kamryn Alvarez, 18, is a freshman Video Production major from Earth. She is the daughter of Melissa and Carlos Alvarez of Earth. She represents the Catholic Student Ministries.
Cielo Esqueda, 18, is a freshman Business Administration major from Dimmitt. She is the daughter of Lorena and Juan Esqueda of Dimmitt. She is nominated by the Student Government Association.
Kaitlynn Jackson, 18, is a freshman Education major from Fort Worth. She is the daughter of Brian and Cindy Linder as well as Rodger and Jodie Jackson, all of Weatherford. She was nominated by the Texan Cheerleaders.
Julieta Juarez, 19, is a sophomore Finance major from Sudan. She is the daughter of Salvador and Angelica Juarez of Sudan. She represents the STAR Center.
Courtlyn Judah, 19, is a freshman Child Development major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Allan Judah and Melanie Cheshier, both of Lubbock. She was nominated by the Baptist Student Ministries.
Danisha Lewis, 20, is a sophomore Sports Broadcasting major from Plano. She is the daughter of Dana Lewis of Dallas and Clarence Lewis of Plano. She represents the Black Student Union.
Haley Norris, 19, is a sophomore Pre-Nursing major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Amber and Scott Norris of Lubbock. She represents the Texans Cheerleaders.
Hallie Satterwhite, 18, a freshman Biology major from Levelland. She is the daughter of Robin and Lori Satterwhite of Levelland. She was nominated by the Student Government Association.
Raelynn Wooley, 18, is a sophomore pre-med major of Levelland. She is the daughter of Latoya Wooley and Stacey Jordan, both of Levelland. She represents the Sixth Man Club.
For more information, contact Miranda English, director of Student Life, at (806)