Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Noelle Perkins competes in the horsemanship event of the Utah High School Rodeo Association Queen contest at the Wasatch County Fairgrounds in Heber City on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Eight girls vied for the title of Miss Utah High School Rodeo Queen, which was won by 17-year-old Bailey Jo Woolsey, of Morgan. The competition involved a full day of events, starting with a 50-question test based on the National High School Rodeo Association rulebook. The girls continued with a modeling competition, a two-minute prepared speech, answering an impromptu question by the judges, a personal interview and a horsemanship performance. Overall appearance and personality were critiqued throughout the entire competition.
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