Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen 2018 Sydney Massey to emcee Northwestern’s Miss Cinderella

September 19, 2018

Sydney Massey, Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen 2018

Serving as emcee at Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s 67th Miss Cinderella Pageant is Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen 2018 Sydney Massey. Massey will lead the pageant on Friday, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. in Herod Hall Auditorium during the annual Homecoming week events.

Massey is a sophomore at Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa. She carries a 4.0 GPA, is a member of the National Junior Honor Society as well as the Principal’s Honor Roll, and was recognized in the Duke Talent Identification Program. She is an Inspiring Teens Magazine author, recipient of many dance awards and scholarships, and is a Dance League USA-National Dance Company Member. Prior to being crowned Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen 2018, Massey auditioned with the New York City Rockettes and was selected for their summer intensive program.

She strives to build character, confidence and compassion through her service with The POST Project, and as Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen, she is working toward providing an undeniable bond of sisterhood within the organization. Throughout her year of service, she wants to show others how they, too, can impact their world. 

Massey is the daughter of Bryan and Amy Jo Massey and has three siblings.

The 2018 contestants and the high schools they represent are: Liberty Bird, Alva; Laura Blair, Waynoka; Natalie Bonilla, Ashland, Kansas; Jadyn Budig, Shattuck; Oritza Delgado, Fargo-Gage; Diona Castillo, Laverne; Angela Cook, Sharon-Mutual; Marquie Ester, Cimarron; Caitlin Flackman, Burlington; Grace Hise, Chisholm; Cali Leatherman, Cherokee; Marissa Lee, Seiling; KaLynn LeForce, Timberlake; Karlissa Little, South Barber, Kansas; Janeth Mesta, Buffalo; Ashton Tuck, Mooreland; Cora Vaughan, Freedom; Hannah Webb, Woodward; and Rayne Wherritt, Corn Bible Academy.

Miss Cinderella Talent night will be held on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the Miss Cinderella talent and pageant competitions will be available at the door for $10 each night or free with the purchase of a homecoming button which will grant entry into both Miss Cinderella events. Northwestern student tickets, with ID, are $5 per night or the same as one homecoming button purchase for free admission. 

There is a limited supply of Northwestern’s homecoming buttons, based on availability the committee will have buttons available for purchase at the door on Thursday for $10. Button purchasers need to be aware that seating at events is a first-come, first-served basis.

Those purchasing buttons also will be able to gain admission to the Ranger football game against East Central University on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 4 p.m. Tickets to the game will be $18 at the gate.

Homecoming buttons also provide the people wearing them numerous discounts at Alva businesses during the week of homecoming. For a list of those discounts please visit www.nwosu.edu/homecoming. Each button also is numbered for a chance to win in a drawing for $500 in Alva Chamber bucks. That number will be drawn during the homecoming football game, and the winner must be at the game wearing the button to win.

More information on Northwestern’s annual homecoming celebration may be found online at www.nwosu.edu/homecoming.


Erin Davis, University Relations Specialist
eedavis@nwosu.edu, (580) 327-8480

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