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Miss Rodeo Nebraska 2018 – Kristin Kohmetscher

Kristin Kohmetscher is Miss Rodeo Nebraska 2018.

The Lawrence woman was crowned in June during the first performance of the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte. Kohmetscher won the categories of horsemanship, appearance, written test, speech and personality following four days of competition.

Her prizes include thousands of dollars in scholarships (including a two-year, renewable full tuition scholarship to Mid-Plains Community College), a tiara, a saddle, a buckle, chaps, tack and jewelry, among many other items.

“I want to use the time God has given me to help others realize their worth and potential,” said Kohmetscher. “I believe each individual possesses a unique set of talents and passions that should be supported and utilized.”

Kohmetscher graduated from Blue Hill High School in 2010 then went on to attend the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Many of her extracurricular activities lent themselves to her field of study. She was an officer for the student chapters of both the American Association of Equine Practitioners and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.

Kohmetscher also enjoys playing intramural sports, volunteering for her county fair, riding horses, giving riding lessons, roping, spending time on her family’s ranch, reading, drawing and anything musical. Her parents are Duane and (the late) Laurie Kohmetscher of Lawrence. (Image by KC Creations Photography, Burwell, NE)

Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska 2017 – Molly Paxton

Molly Paxton is Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska 2017.

Paxton, 15, is from Tryon, but currently attends Mullen High School. After graduation, she plans to join the U.S. Navy and eventually go into the medical field.

Until then, she is an active member of her school’s FCCLA chapter. She competes in volleyball, basketball, track, rodeo and speech and is a member of both the All ‘A’ Honor Club and the High Ability Learner’s club.

Paxton is the president of the Country Clover 4-H Club, serves as a junior leader for horse 4-H and plays several instruments, including the guitar, piano, flute, alto saxophone and banjo. One of her favorite pastimes is singing in talent shows.

Paxton was crowned June 14 at the North Platte Community Playhouse in North Platte after winning the horsemanship, appearance and photogenic categories of the pageant. Of her reign, Paxton says, “My life mission is to always honor and value the opportunity of being raised in an environment that promotes the western way of living. I hope to always bring and promote kindness, positivity and living life to the fullest by making every day better than the day before.”

Her parents are Dusty and Mindy Paxton, of Tryon. (Photo courtesy of Photographic Images) 

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