INWOOD, W.Va. - Allison Williams was crowned Miss Eastern Panhandle and Jessica Stroech was crowned Miss Mountain State Sunday evening at Musselman High School in Inwood.
Williams, 20, of Charles Town, W.Va., a junior at West Virginia University, sang "Where the Boys Are" during the talent competition. She is the daughter of Evon Williams of Hagerstown.
"I'm so excited. I really wanted this," she said immediately after the crowning. "I'm very, very happy and very honored."
Stroech, 19, of Kearneysville, W.Va., is a freshman at West Virginia University. During the talent competition, she performed ballet en pointe to "Whenever You Call." She is the daughter of Sandra and Kenneth Stroech.
"I'm very excited," she said after being crowned. "There were so many talented girls here, I was very surprised."
Williams received her crown from Tiffany Elizabeth Lawrence, Miss Shenandoah 2002. Stroech received her crown from Sheri Lynn Grippo, Miss Jefferson County 2002.