Alycyn Denton Crowned Miss Deer Park 2022

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Caption: Deer Park has their newly crowned 2022 winners, Princess Faith Marrocco, Miss Deer Park Alycyn Denton, and Princess Zoey Krous.

Tonight, tickets were sold out for the 2022 Miss Deer Park Scholarship Program annual event. Six local Deer Park High School junior or sophomore ladies competed this year.

Alycyn Denton was crowned Miss Deer Park 2022 by the former Miss Deer Park Kaity Wacker. 2021 Princesses Xandria Moss and Mason Griffin awarded their crowns to the new 2022 Princesses Zoey Krous and Faith Marrocco. 

The theme this year was “Small Town Superhero.” The ladies were scored by a panel of judges for the chance to win one or more scholarships for their further education. The judges were Steph Burgos of Spokane, Marianna Boyd of Spokane, Sue Fogel of Colville, Whitney Knapp of Spokane, and Chris Hamp of Nine Mile Falls. Each of the young ladies was evaluated according to her merit and not in comparison to the others. Therefore, each category contributes to the contestant’s score.

  • Judges Interview 25%
  • Scholastic Achievement 25% 
  • Creative and Performing Arts 10%
  • Fitness 10%
  • Presence and Composure 10%
  • Participation 10%
  • Self Expression 10%

More than $12,850 of scholarships were given out tonight thanks to the generosity of businesses, organizations, and individuals in our area. 

The final results were:

Miss Deer Park 2022 – Alycyn Denton, Scholarship $3,350

Miss Deer Park Princess 2022 – Zoey Krous, Scholarship $2,950

Miss Deer Park Princess 2022 – Faith Marrocco, Scholarship $2,950

Bill & Bette Cox Community Service – All contestants were awarded this scholarship of $125 each. (Yoke’s Fresh Market and Julie Ives of Horizon Credit Union)

Spirit of Deer Park – Zoey Krous, Scholarship $300 (Deer Park Veterinary Clinic)

Be the Light’ in Memory of Miss Mary Holweger – Faith Marrocco, $500 (Little Blessings Christian School & Childcare)

Physical Fitness – Alycyn Denton, Scholarship $350 (Sew-Into-Quilts & Sew-Fix It)

Self Expression – Alycyn Denton, Scholarship $300 (Edward Jones)

Creative and Performing Arts – Zoey Krous, Scholarship $300 (Grrs ‘N” Purrs Grooming)

Presence and Composure – Alycyn Denton, Scholarship $300 (The Pickett Fence)

Judge’s Interview – Alycyn Denton, Scholarship $300 (Little Blessings Christian School & Childcare)

Scholastics – Zoey Krous, Scholarship $500 (Bates DDS)

The girls who competed this year were:

  • Emilie Patterson is a junior in high school and the daughter of Kristina Carlson. She is aspiring to be an actor or theater director and go to Eastern Washington University. Emilie participated because she was told it was fun and would be a great experience and look great on her college resume. She hopes to get a scholarship to help pay for college.
  • Zoey Krous, the daughter of Bob & Niki Krous, is a sophomore this year. She wants to do occupational therapy in the future and attend Eastern Washington University. Zoey participated in Miss Deer Park because she saw her sister do it, and it looked like a great experience. Also, she wanted to get out of her comfort zone and meet new people.
  • Alycyn Denton, the daughter of Jennifer Denton and Dustin Landstrom, is a junior this year. She would like to join the Air Force and become a flight attendant. Alycyn participated in Miss Deer Park because she really enjoys meeting and helping out the community. She has been looking forward to it for a very long time. 
  • Madison Green is the granddaughter of Diane Green and Randy Green and is a junior this year. She would like to attend the University of Washington and become a zoologist. Diane participated in Miss Deer Park because she wants to be more involved in her community. Madison would like to encourage other girls to do things that might be out of their comfort zone or to go after what they want in the world. She thinks it’s a good way to make new close friends, and she wanted to participate since she saw her first program at the age of 4.
  • Brianna Crist is a sophomore and the daughter of Leslie Tillman-Crist. She would like to become a teacher. Brianna participated in Miss Deer Park because her friend was in it, and she thought it would be a great experience.
  • Faith Marrocco, a junior this year, is the daughter of Daniel and Stacie Marrocco. She would like to be a veterinarian assistant and attend Southern Idaho Community College. Faith participated in Miss Deer Park because she likes to help her community and would like to do more for the community. She would also like to encourage girls that have a disability like herself to participate in Miss Deer Park.

The event was once again held at Christ’s Church of Deer Park (5804 W, Herman Road, Deer Park); with a maximum capacity of 150 people, much of the audience was filled by family members and personal invites from the contestants.

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