Addison Price of Edmond, competing as Miss Tulsa, was crowned Miss Oklahoma 2019 on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Catoosa.
Price beat out 43 other contestants from across the state. She succeeds Miss Oklahoma 2018 Ashley Thompson.
First runner-up was Ashten Vincent, Miss Frontier Country.
Other finalists were: second runner-up: McKinzie Deaton, Miss Piedmont; third runner-up: Maggie Bond, Miss Broken Arrow; and fourth runner-up: Michella Wilson, Miss Collinsville.
Price won first-round preliminary honors for her on-stage interview.
Bond won first-round honors in the overall talent competition. Wilson tied for overall talent honors in the second preliminary rounds with Vincent. Ashleigh Robinson, Miss Oklahoma State Fair, won second-round preliminary honors for her on-stage interview.
The Miss Oklahoma Pageant is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Tulsa, which took over full sponsorship of the event in 1972. Since then, more than 10,000 women have competed in the pageant at state and local levels, according to the Miss Oklahoma Pageant’s website. The Miss Oklahoma Organization offers $2 million in scholarships to candidates.