Lange crowned Miss Maple City

Zoe Greszler • Nov 14, 2018 at 10:30 AM

Miss Maple City has crowned another talented young woman to represent Norwalk at the state-level Miss Ohio pageant.

Allie Lange, 21, of Mansfield, was selected as the best representative of the Maple City when she was crowned Nov. 3. Lange hit a home run with all of her scholarship winnings, having earned the highest accolades in all three scholarship earning areas. 

Ava Nastasi, 15, of Shelby, was crowned as Miss Maple City’s Outstanding Teen. She is the daughter of Ron and Renee Nastasi.

Lange is the daughter of Ted Lange and Kelby King and attends Ashland University. She won the $100 talent scholarship at the pageant for her singing performance and earned another $100 scholarship for her interview. 

As Miss Maple City, Lange was awarded another $800 scholarship, among other prizes, and Nastasi earned a $100 scholarship for her crown won. 

Lange’s first runner-up, who will fill in her place if for any reason she is not able to do so, was Monique Booher, who won $200 in scholarship monies, with Rachel Ralston as her second runner-up ($100 scholarship).

Nastasi’s teen first runner-up was Marina Denunzio.

The Miss Ohio pageant will take place in June. Last year’s Miss Maple City, Matti-Lynn Chrisman, was crowned the 2018 Miss Ohio this past June. 

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