Wednesday, May 19, 2021

2021 Southwest Regional Pageant Winners - Beginner Pageant

 Hello Texas Twirl Fans!

24 days and counting until the NBTA Texas State Championship! In the few weeks leading up to State, we will take a look back at the 2021 Southwest Regional Championship by honoring the pageant winners. With all the COVID safety precautions in place at Regionals per the facility, we were not able to have our traditional award ceremony. Due to that, here on the blog we will be posting the pageant winners for each level with a picture of them in their sash and tiara. It isn't quite the same as stepping up on the blocks and being crowned, but at least we can give them a little recognition before we have our new round of pageant winners from State. Congrats to all of these talented twirlers on their success at Regionals. 

Today we will be recognizing the 2021 Southwest Regional Beginner Pageant Winners!

Gracie Lane
Senior Beginner Pageant Winner 

Gracie is from Henderson, Texas, where she is the Feature Twirler for Henderson High School. She is coached by Patti Mickey, Kayli Mickey-McIntosh, and Paige Keitt. 

Elisabeth Kubena
Junior Beginner Pageant Winner 

Elisabeth is from Needville, Texas, where she is a twirler for Needville High School. She is a member of KTPS and is coached by Patti Jan, Tracey Sweeny, and Heather Mikel. 

Aderyn Ferguson
Pre-Teen Beginner Pageant Winner 

Aderyn is from League City, Texas. She is a member of the Golden Girls Baton Twirling Academy and is coached by Yvonne Pedersen. 

Seanna Rigelsky
Juvenile Beginner Pageant Winner 

Seanna is from Dallas, Texas. She is a member of Texas Touch of Class and is coached by Shirley Payne & Sheila Payne-Rigelsky. 

Angela Schultheis
Little Miss Beginner Pageant Winner 

Angela is from Fort Worth, Texas. She is coached by Lynn Winters. 


We hope you have enjoyed this blog post. We are always looking for great new stories about Texas twirlers. Do you have an idea or some information we could use to help highlight our sport? Contact us at and we would love to hear more about it. 

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