Marcie Renae Trivette of Concord was crowned Miss Cabarrus County 2010 at the annual pageant Nov. 7 at Mount Pleasant High School's auditorium.
Kathryn Elizabeth "Katy" Ezzell, 16, of Trinity was crowned Cabarrus County Outstanding Teen 2010.
Trivette, 20, is the daughter of Rhonda Granja and Jeff Trivette. She is a junior at Appalachian State University, seeking a bachelor's degree in communication, public relations and electronic media/broadcasting.
During her reign, she will promote a community service issue she dubbed "Hopeful Hearts Helping the Homeless."
Trivette won a $1,000 educational scholarship, wardrobe allowances from the Miss Cabarrus County Pageant Association and local merchants, a Miss America preliminary crown, a walnut crown box, trophy, bouquet, crown pin and numerous merchants' gifts.
She will represent Cabarrus and Rowan counties at the Miss North Carolina pageant in Raleigh next June.
The first runner-up was Kathleen Campagna, 19, a Catawba College sophomore from Southington, Conn. She won a $350 educational scholarship and $100 as winner of the talent competition.
Second runner-up was Anna Seagroves, 20, of Kannapolis, a sophomore at UNCCharlotte. She won a $250 educational scholarship, $100 as winner of the ticket sales competition, and the People's Choice award, and she won the swimsuit competition.
Adriane Renee Watkins, 21, of Midland won the $100 Hayden Vanderburg Memorial Congeniality Award.
Ezzell, the daughter of Jennifer and Kenneth Ezzell, is a junior at Wheatmore High School, where she's an "A" honor roll student. Her community service issue is the American Red Cross: "Give Blood, Give Life."
Ezzell won her $500 entry fee to the state pageant competition, the $100 Let's Dance Talent Award, the $100 Hayden Vanderburg Memorial Congeniality Award and the $50 Physical Fitness Award. She received the Outstanding Teen Miss America preliminary crown, queen's trophy, bouquet, wardrobe certificates and gifts from local merchants.
First runner-up was Hayley Jordan, 14, of Mount Pleasant. Second runner-up was Allison Efird, 14, of Oakboro.
Winners of the youth division that afternoon were as follows:
Chasity Chapman, 17, daughter of Lisa and Mike Chapman of Concord, Teen Miss Cabarrus County.
Lauren Perez, 15, daughter of Melanie and Alan Perez of Mount Pleasant, Youth Majestic Miss Cabarrus County.
Lauren Trull, 11, daughter of Andrea and Joseph Trull of Kannapolis, Young Miss Cabarrus County.
Tessa Kluttz 7, daughter of Mindy and Trent Kluttz of Locust,, Little Miss Cabarrus County.
Lexia Honeycutt, 3, daughter of Erica and Daniel Honeycutt of Mount Pleasant, Tiny Miss Cabarrus County.
Lila Cardell, 12 months, daughter of Christiane and Erick Cardell of Concord, Baby Miss Cabarrus County.