The new Miss Greene County is Sarah Stokley, 19, of Newport. She was crowned in the Miss Greene County Scholarship Pageant held at Chuckey-Doak High School Auditorium on Saturday night.
The sophomore at Walters State Community College sang for her talent performance.
Crowned first runner-up was Mirissa Mitchell, 20, of Arlington, a junior at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville. She performed on the clarinet.
Crowned second runner-up was Chalea James, 22, of Talbott, a senior at ETSU. She performed on a flute for her talent.
Mitchell won the interview award, while Heather Roberts, 23, of Evensville, was named Miss Congeniality.
In two following competitions, Kylie McCormick was crowned Teen Princess, and Kelly Mrock was crowned Outstanding Teen was Kelly Mrock.
McCormick, 13, is the daughter of Todd and Katherine McCormick of Greeneville.
Mrock, 16, is the daughter of
Doug and Gayle Mrock of Afton.