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Miss Alaska USA 2024 is Brenna Schaake

Brenna Schaake was crowned Miss Alaska USA 2024 on Saturday, June 1 at the University of Alaska Anchorage's Wendy Williamson Auditorium. The 29-year-old from Fairbanks will now prepare to represent Alaska at the Miss USA 2024 competition this August in Hollywood, California. She succeeds last year's winner Jordan Naylor. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Brenna Schaake (@bschaake) Miss Eagle River, Amanda Lademann, and Miss Juneau, Honour Miller-Austin were announced the first and second runners-up, respectively. Nevaeh James, a 16-year-old student athlete at East Anchorage High School clinched the Miss Alaska Teen USA 2024. She will also travel to California in the summer for Miss Teen USA 2024. Photos: Kevin Hedin, Brenna Schaake / Instagram

Miss Alaska USA 2023 is Jordan Naylor

Miss Forget-Me-Not USA Jordan Naylor was crowned Miss Alaska USA 2023 on Saturday, January 14 at the Bartlett High School Auditorium in Anchorage. The 25-year-old beauty who studied marketing at Boise State University bested 13 other competitors to win the state title. She will now prepare to represent Alaska at the Miss USA 2023 pageant in Reno, Nevada later this year. Niara Iman, Honour Miller-Austin, Wendy Martin, and Robyn Kassgerji were named the first, second, third, and fourth runners-up, respectively. "I am so excited to represent my home over the next year and educate Alaskans on living healthy, balanced lifestyles through my platform Back 2 Basics. I could not do this without the endless support from my family, friends, and coaches. Thank you all," she wrote in a statement on social media. Two other titleholders crowned during the event were Miss Alaska Teen USA 2023 Star Hunter (will go to Miss Teen USA 2023) and the first Miss Alaska USA's Cover Miss Nevaeh Ja

Alaska's Emma Broyles crowned Miss America 2022

Miss Alaska, Emma Broyles, was crowned Miss America 2022 during the 100th anniversary of the national pageant held on Thursday, December 16 at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. The 20-year-old beauty from Anchorage is a student at Arizona State University. She bested 50 other contestants to succeed Camille Schrier of Virginia and become the first-ever Miss America winner from Alaska. Alabama's Lauren Bradford was named first runner-up while Massachussetts' Elizabeth Pierre finished second runner-up. Sydney Park of New York and Abigail Hayes of Oregon were the third and fourth runners-up, respectively. Completing the Top 10 are the contestants from the District of Columbia, Andolyn Medina, Florida, Leah Roddenberry, Illinois, Isabelle Hanson, Texas, Mallory Fuller, and Utah, Sasha Sloan. The new Miss America was selected by a distinguished panel of judges consisting of all former winners. She will receive a $100,000 worth of scholarship and a six-figure salary. During her