The 2019 Gregg County Fair is in the books, but the fun and excitement will continue as a new Queen was crowned at the 2019 Miss Gregg County Pageant.

Thursday was Hot 107-3 Jamz night and Shawn Knight was on hand to MC the 2019 Miss Gregg County Pageant where (7) contestants got the opportunity to see who will be crowned Queen.

The 2019 contestants this year were

  • Miss Longview - Angelica Lambarria
  • Miss White Oak - Katelynn Jester
  • Miss Gladewater - Michelle Teve
  • Miss Springhill - Samantha Schott
  • Miss Pine Tree - Samantha Sommerfield
  • Mill Sabine - Allie Davidson
  • Miss Kilgore - Juila Green

The ladies had the opportunity to walk the runway as their classmates cheered them on before we got down to business with the Q&A portion where they pulled out a question from a hat ranging to politics to being Principal for a day.

While the judges were tallying the votes it was time to show which school had the most school spirit and that award went to Miss Sabine Allie Davidson as the judges were returning with the results.

The 2nd Runner Up for Miss Gregg County went to - Miss Kilgore Julia Green

The 1st Runner Up for Miss Gregg County went to - Miss White Oak Katelynn Jester

and your 2019 Miss Gregg County is none other than Miss Pine Tree Samantha Sommerfield who won a $1,000 scholarship from the Gregg County Chapter of "Go Texan" to go to the college of her choice.

Miss Gregg County for 2018 Victoria Shipman from Kilgore High School was on hand to crown the new Queen and she is currently a freshman at Texas A&M studying Pharmacology.

Congrats to all contestants and see you next year at the fair!