2016 Dogwood Court


Miss Albemarle

Abigail Lee Forsyth

Abigail Forsyth is the 18 year old daughter of Bob Forsyth and Lisa Forsyth. Abby is a senior at Albemarle High School and is enrolled in the MESA (Math, Engineering, Science Academy) program. She is member of the National BETA Club and a member of the Science, Spanish, and English Honor Societies. Her passions include tennis and serving as the current Honorary Junior President for the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Virginia. She also enjoys interning at a local physical therapy clinic, working with clients as an amateur photographer, and spending time with friends and family. After high school Abby plans to attend James Madison University where she will be enrolled in the honors program. At JMU, Abigail will pursue a degree in kinesiology or athletic training with the goal of becoming a physical therapist.




Miss Buckingham

Destiny Anderson

Destiny Anderson is 16 years old and a student at Buckingham County High School. She enjoys singing, dancing and working out. Spending quality time with her family and friends is very important to Destiny.



Miss Fluvanna

Victoria McDonald

Victoria McDonald is the daughter of Gene and Sharon McDonald. She is 17 years old and a junior at Fluvanna County High School. A member of the SGA, she is enrolled in honors and advance placement classes. She will graduate with an advanced diploma and plans on attending a four year university/college and major in pharmaceuticals or related sciences. Victoria enjoys going on mission trips with her youth group and playing lacrosse.



Miss Greene

Mikayla Spradlin

Mikayla Spradlin is the 17 year old daughter of Leo Spradlin and Sarah Spangler. She is currently a senior at William Monroe High School where she is a class officer. Her interests include riding her ATV, going to the movies, playing JV soccer and cheerleading. After high school, she will attend PVCC with career aspirations of becoming an oncology nurse. Mikayla would also like to join the Air Force and become a pilot.



Miss Louisa

Jordann Elizabeth Sipe

Jordann Elizabeth Sipe is the daughter of Richard and Michele Sipe. She is a senior at Louisa County High School and a member of the Senior Class Council. She is a member of the Oakland Heights Hunter/Jumper Show Team, BLM Rodeo Drill Team, an avid foxhunter and a mentor with the Keswick Hunt Club. Jordann plans to attend either Sweet Briar College or Hollins University in the fall and major in biology to become a large animal geneticist.



Miss Madison

Georgianna Kaylee Woodward

Georgianna KayLee Woodward is 16 years old and attends Madison County High School. She has been a cheerleader for six years, a member of FFA and an avid DARE supporter. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, Young Life, spending time with her family, and relaxing at the beach. She will graduate high school with honors and would like to attend either Radford University or West Virginia University. Georgianna’s career ambition is to work with special needs children.



Miss Nelson

Misty Dawn Wright

Misty Dawn Wright is a 17 year old senior at Nelson County High School. She is a member of the “Arrive Alive” campaign; a campaign working to end distracted driving in all forms. She enjoys being outdoors, hunting, fishing, and spending time with family and friends. Misty plans to attend PVCC and her career aspirations are to be a financial advisor, a math teacher, or a tutor to elementary school aged children.



Miss Orange

Grace Caitlin Wilbanks

Grace Caitlin Wilbanks is the daughter of Bob and Beth Wilbanks. She is a junior at Orange County High school, where she is a member of the National Honor Society, Blue Ridge Virtual Governor’s School and Student Council. Grace is the photography editor of the OCHS yearbook, a United States Equestrian Federation Varsity Athlete and competes nationally in the Hunter/Jumper Horseshow Circuit. She is a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church. In her spare time, she loves swing dancing and helping out on her family farm. Grace plans to study journalism in college.