Saturday 28 Mar 2020

Wednesday’s Winners At The Wayne County Fair (PHOTO GALLERY)

Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair Winners

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Cheerleading Contest


1st Place Charles B. Aycock High School

2nd Place Goldsboro High School

3rd Place Eastern Wayne High School

Middle School:

1st Place Norwayne Middle School

2nd Place Contentnea Savannah Middle School

3rd Place Wayne School of Engineering


Talent Contest (Name, School)

Vocal Solo

1st Place (K-2) Ava Jarman, Northeast Elementary

(3-5) Makayla McLaughlin, Wayne Christian

Instrumental Solo

1st Place (K-2) Maddie Brown-Reeves, Fremont Stars

(3-5) Janthaniel Tyrill, Tommy’s Road

Dance Solo

1st Place (K-2) Nevaeh Hargrove, Grantham Elementary

(3-5) Mary Hill, Rosewood Elementary

Novelty Act (Solo)

(K-2) Macon Bryan, Tommy’s Road

(3-5) Nolan Fishman Grantham Middle

Vocal Group

1st Place (K-2) None

1st Place (3-5) Hadley Frederick, Micah Thompson-Royal, Fremont Stars

Group Dance

1st Place (K-2) Mrs Heim’s 1st & 2nd Grade Class, Meadow Lane

1st Place (3-5) Anna Gray, Ila Lovic – Eastern Wayne Elementary

Group Novelty

1st Place (K-2) None

1st Place (3-5) Destini Christian, Kylie Montague – Northwest Elem

Large Vocal Group

1st Place (K-2) None

1ST Place (3-5) Emery Kate Dawson, Dillon Grantham, Miranda Avila-Huerta, Matthew Flow, Brenda Pineda-Reyes, Jackson Westbrook, Selena Perez-Sanchez, Landon Hines, Kaylee Gomez-Rivas, Eric Carreno, Kenya Valasquez-Deleon, Julian Cooper, Daisy Johnson, Cruz Juarez-Rodriguez, Achilles Suncin, Shaniya Finch, Monte Kornegay – Spring Creek Elementary

Instrumental Group

1st Place (K-2) None

1st Place (3-5) C.J. Dickerson, Bryson Hill – Tommy’s Rd Elementary


Photos from Wednesday’s cheerleading competition at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair


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