Miss Butler County Jetta Smith claims top prize in prelim 2 on-stage interview contest with topic of inclusiveness, while Miss Garden City Fiesta Marissa Hernandez wins the talent competition with her "Moonlight Sonata" piano solo.
Preliminary round 2 winners in the 2019 Miss Kansas Competition on Friday in Pratt were Miss Butler County Jetta Smith, who won the on-stage interview question, and Miss Garden City Fiesta Marissa Hernandez, talent winner.
Smith answered a question about how the Miss Kansas Competition could be made more inclusive, and Hernandez performed a piano solo “Moonlight Sonata” for the preliminary awards. 2018 Miss Hannah Klaassen presented the silver platters. Finals, including the selection of top 11 finalists, in the 2019 Miss Kansas Competition will take place Saturday, June 8, starting at 7 p.m. in the Dennis Lesh Arena on the Pratt Community College campus.