To win this honor Alli had to do a freestyle twirling routine worth 50% of the score and she had to model and answer an on stage question each worth 25% of the final score. Alli has been twirling competitively for six years. This is a great start to the competitive season which culminates this year in California in July.
Also that day, Knox seventh grader, Natasha Miller was named the 2014 Jr. Miss Royalty Twirler. The Miss Royalty pageant is in its second year of existence and it is for beginner and intermediate twirlers. This group of girls had perform their solo (50%), model (25%) and answer a few questions privately with the judges (25%). Natasha won the Jr. Miss portion of this contest. Natasha has been twirling competitively for the past three years.
Alicia and Natasha are both part of Daphne’s Dolls and are coached by Brenda Minnich of Geneva, Indiana. Alicia is also coached by Kyle Keiser of Kalamazoo, Michigan.