Sodus High School senior Sylvia DeMarree, 17, was named Wayne County Fair queen for 2017.
DeMarree competed among contestants ages 16-18 for her title.
She is the daughter of Peter and Jenifer DeMarree; she has two sisters and one brother. She serves as vice president for National Honor Society, plays in her high school band, marches for the Red Caps and plays soccer, golf and swimming, where she has broken several school records.
DeMarree plans to attend Rochester Institute of Technology to study actuarial science and applied statistics.
First runner-up honors went to Madison Weber, 16, of Williamson. Weber, a sophomore at Williamson High School, is the daughter of Wade and Jen Weber.
Michelle Post, 18, of Williamson, was named second runner-up. The WHS senior is the daughter of Jeff and Michelle Post.
Third runner-up was Jessey Bruening, 17, of Macedon. Bruening, of Palmyra-Macedon High School, is the daughter of Lesley Burger and Eric Bruening.
Jennifer Evans, 15, of Macedon, was named Wayne County Fair princess for 2017. The PMHS sophomore competed among contestants ages 13-15.
Evans is the daughter of Kevin and Ann Evans. Her activities include cheerleading, hiking, skiing, cooking, baking and volunteer work at Open Door Mission.
First runner-up for princess as Brinley Bruening, 14, an eighth-grade student at Palmyra-Macedon Middle School. She is the daughter of Lesley Burger and Eric Bruening, of Macedon.
Morgan McTighe, 15, of Palmyra, was named second runner-up. She is daughter of Mike and Mary McTighe.
SHS freshman Olivia DeMarree, of Sodus, was named third runner-up. She is the daughter of Peter and Jenifer DeMarree.
Alisa Shepherd, 16, of Newark, was voted Wayne County Fair Miss Congeniality for 2017. The Newark High School junior is the daughter of Thad and Erin Shepherd.
Scholarships will be awarded to the queen, princess and Miss Congeniality. The Wayne County Fair Royalty will reign over the 162nd annual Wayne County Fair on Aug. 14-19 in Palmyra.
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