OKLAHOMA -A new Miss Oklahoma was crowned Saturday night in Tulsa, Okla.
Miss Enid, Alexandra Eppler was the winner.
Alexandra is 23-years-old. For the talent competition, Eppler chose to do an interpretive dance to the song “Wonderland,” according to Media and press adviser, Mollie Collins.
Eppler will be receiving a $16,000 scholarship that will compete in the Miss America pageant in September.
Eppler teaches a Hip-Hop dance class at the Boys and Girls Club in Oklahoma City.
Eppler is a graduate from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s of Science degree.
The first runner-up was 22-year-old Miss Okmulgee, Georgia Frazier. Frazier attends Oral Roberts University in Tulsa.
Second runner-up was 22-year-old Sarah Klein, competing as Miss Tulsa.
23-year-old Jamie Butemeyer, Miss Bricktown was the third runner-up.
Forth runner-up was 18-year-old Jordan Smith, competing as Miss OKC.
According to Collins, for the first time in pageant history there was a three-way tie in the competition, resulting in a top 13 instead of 10.
This year marked the 42nd year for the Kiwanis Club of Tulsa to sponsor the Miss Oklahoma pageant competition.