Your Miss Rodeo California 2015
Miss Carollann Scott
Carollann Scott was crowned Miss Rodeo California 2015 in downtown Lancaster, California. The 2015 Miss Rodeo California pageant was held in conjunction with the California Circuit Finals Rodeo for the first time this past fall. The rodeo and pageant fit together seamlessly. Carollann and the other contestants were able to be a part of the prestigious rodeo while vying for the crown.
Carollann entered the Miss Rodeo California pageant representing the Woodlake Lions Rodeo. She will now travel the state and nation representing rodeo and our western way of life.
Carollann is from Agua Dulce, California. For her, rodeo has always been a huge part of her life. Her parents Ben and Tracey Scott competed in professional rodeo and the whole family has a love for the sport. When she is not promoting rodeo she is competing in it. Her events include team roping, breakaway roping and barrel racing. Growing up she was a member of the California Junior Rodeo Association, California Junior High Division of High School Rodeo and the California High School Rodeo Association. After high school she competed in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and the Grand Canyon Professional Rodeo Association (GCPRA). She is currently an active member in various barrel racing and team roping associations and last fall she qualified for the GCPRA Finals in Fort Mohave, Arizona and the World Series of Team Roping Finale in Las Vegas, Nevada.
As a lover of the western industry and everything that goes with it, it was only right that Carollann compete for Miss Rodeo California. She believes rodeo has a bright future and has a desire to promote all that goes with it.
Carollann recently graduated from The University of Arizona where she majored in Journalism and minored in Animal Science. She has worked as a producer for a marketing firm in the agriculture industry, as a sideline reporter at rodeos, and a print journalist for western industry magazines. Carollann hopes to further her career as a multimedia journalist and reporter in the western industry.
Carollann would like to thank everyone that has helped her through the years and helped her get where she is. She looks forward to the year ahead and has great appreciation for the many people that have helped to make it possible. She is excited to work with the Miss Rodeo California, Inc. board and the California Finals Rodeo committee throughout the year.
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