Sadie Johnson, a 21-year-old Clark College student from Vancouver, was named Miss Clark County 2012 Saturday night in a program at Evergreen High School.
Brianna Scott, a 16-year-old Camas High School junior, was named Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2012.
Johnson, whose platform was raising awareness of eating disorders, won a $2,000 scholarship and the chance to compete in the Miss Washington pageant in July. Her talent was dance, and she hopes to obtain a bachelor’s degree in education. She is a graduate of Columbia River High School and the daughter of Julie Johnson and Randy and Delta Johnson.
Scott, whose platform was youth mentoring, won a $500 scholarship and the chance to compete in the Miss Washington Outstanding Teen pageant in May. Her talent was vocal, and she hopes to obtain a medical degree and become a surgeon. She is the daughter of Lisa Scott.
The other Miss Clark County contestants were:
• Alyssa Pilot, 22, a Clark College student and Woodland High School graduate. Platform: Empowering disabled adults.
• Jenny Lubanovici, 22, a Northwestern University student and Mountain View High School graduate. Platform: Youth mentoring.
• Angelica Olson, 23, a Washington State University Vancouver student and St. Mary’s Academy of Portland graduate. Platform: Life without limits.
• Anna Buchholz, 17, a Mountain View High School student. Platform: Helping the homeless one family at a time.
• Sarah Custer, 19, a Clark College student. Platform: It’s about the community that takes up the fight.
The other Miss Clark County Outstanding Teen Contestants were:
• Amethyst Ackerman, 13, a home school student. Platform: Making a difference in the fight against cancer.
• Jenny Reynolds, 16, a La Center High School student. Platform: Youth mentoring.
• Jordan Gaylor, 17, a Skyview High School Student. Platform: Youth involvement and mentoring.
• Kennedy Brinkley, 13, an Akli Middle School student. Platform: Promoting youth fitness.
• Korrina Asmus-Sivongxay, 16, a Hudson’s Bay High School Student. Platform: Step out to stop diabetes.
• Lydia Brown, 13, a La Center Middle School student. Platform: Children’s Miracle Network.
• MaKayla Wilson, 15, a Battle Ground High School student. Platform: Going green — the three Rs.
• Taylor Betterton, 16, a Skyview High School student. Platform: Ending generational dysfunction.
The first runner up for Miss Clark County 2012 was Sarah Custer, who received a $750 scholarship; the second runner up was Anna Buchholz, $300 scholarship; and the third runner up was Jenny Lubanovici, $150 scholarship.
The first runner-up for Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2012 was Jenny Reynolds, who received a $300 scholarship; the second runner up was Korrina Asmus-Sivongxay, $200 scholarship; and the third runner up was Taylor Betterton, $100 scholarship.
Miss Clark County is an official preliminary to the Miss Washington and Miss America Programs.