Texas State Pageant Results

On December 18th, 2020 agriculture advocates from across Texas entered the Killeen Civic and Conference Center to meet each other and check into the State Pageant. At the Meet and Greet the women had the opportunity to speak with each other on their agriculture platform as well as their agricultural background. Queens also discussed their passion for agriculture and bonded with other queens who also had the same passion.

On the morning of December 19th, 2020 the contestants entered the interview room with confidence to discuss why they would be the perfect candidate to represent their states agriculture. The contestants competed in Interview, On-stage Introductions, State Fun Fashion, Formal Wear, On-Stage Question, Essay and Photogenic. The women taking home titles claimed their ticket to compete at the National Pageant, June 2021 in Orlando, Florida!

Texas Contestants




2021 Texas Tiny Miss United States Agriculture

Valyn Lutrick, Erath County

Overall Area of Competition Winners

On-Stage Introductions: Maybrie Lasoskie, Miliam County

Evening Wear: Maybrie Lasoskie, Miliam County

On-Stage Question: Valyn Lutrick, Erath County

State Fun Fashion: Maybrie Lasoskie, Miliam County

Photogenic: Valyn Lutrick, Erath County

1st Runner-Up: Maybrie Lasoskie, Miliam County









2021 Texas Junior Miss United States Agriculture

Georgia Dale, Fort Bend County










2021 Texas Teen Miss United States Agriculture

Ansley Kubecka, Matagorda County

$350 Scholarship


Overall Area of Competition Winners

Interview: Ansley Kubecka, Matagorda County

On-Stage Introductions: Reagan Meek, Hood County

Evening Wear: Ansley Kubecka, Matagorda County

On-Stage Question: Ansley Kubecka, Matagorda County

State Fun Fashion: Tristen Drury, Fort Hood County

Essay: Reagan Meek, Hood County

Photogenic: Reagan Meek, Hood County





Texas Teen Miss Contestants


2021 Texas Miss United States Agriculture

Hannah Hunt, Matagorda County

$750 Scholarship

Overall Area of Competition Winners

Interview: Madison Wynne, Hunt County

On-Stage Introductions: Hannah Hunt, Matagorda County

Evening Wear: Nayelie Swicker, Kerr County

On-Stage Question: Emily Kalinec, Jim Wells County

State Fun Fashion: Hannah Hunt, Matagorda County

Essay: Madison Wynne, Hunt County

Photogenic: Hannah Hunt, Matagorda County


1st Runner-Up: Emily Kalinec, Jim Wells County

2nd Runner-Up: Madison Wynne, Hunt County


Texas Miss Contestants







2021 Texas Elite Ms. United States Agriculture

Jennifer Chau, Matagorda County














2021 Texas Cover United States Agriculture

Kaylyn Pawelek, Karnes County











2021 Texas People's Choice Miss United States Agriculture

Emily Kalinec, Jim Wells County


1st Runner-Up: Hannah Hunt, Ft. Bend County

2nd Runner-Up: Nayelie Swicker, Kerr County









2021 Texas Spokesmodel Teen Miss United States Agriculture

Tristen Drury, Ft. Bend County


1st Runner-Up: Jennifer Chau, Matagorda County

2nd Runner-Up: Madison Wynne, Hunt County











2021 Texas Miss Agriculture Advocacy Ambassador

Madison Wynne, Hunt County


1st Runner-Up: Nayelie Swicker, Kerr County

2nd Runner-Up: Jennifer Chau, Matagorda County








Texas Miss Congeniality: Nayelie Swicker, Kerr County

Texas Scrapbook Winner: Madison Wynne, Hunt County


Overall Winner of $250: Hannah Hunt, Fort Bend County

CONGRATULATIONS to all the newly crowned queens on a wonderful day of agriculture advocacy competition.! We are so excited to see you head to Nationals to advocate for Texas agriculture!




We also want to thank our state staff for their continued support throughout the year and for putting on this event for the state. They have one of the toughest but rewarding jobs.

Left: Taylor Shrewsbury, Texas Assistant Director

Right: Holly Hatfield, Texas Regional Director





Special thank-you to the amazing photographers and live streamers Front Porch Freelance and Taylor Bryant of TTwoFarms




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