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Winners Announced in Miss Greenville, Miss Hockessin Pageants

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L to r: 2019 Miss Hockessin’s Outstanding Teen Sophia Kowalchick, 2019 Miss Hockessin Hillary May, competition director Shawna Wainright, and 2019 Miss Greenville Nia Andrews

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And the winners of 2019 are: 24-year-old Nia Andrews as the 2019 Miss Greenville; Hillary May (22), as the 2019 Miss Hockessin; and Sophia Kowalchick (16) as the 2019 Miss Hockessin’s Outstanding Teen.
 
All three were crowned on January 13 before a large and enthusiastic crowd of family and friends at Wilmington University‘s Doberstein Auditorium.
 
Andrews, a Newark resident, has won other pageant titles, including Miss Philadelphia and Miss West Chester University, and she now attends Gwynedd Mercy University as a nursing student. Influenced by her family’s struggles when her youngerr sister was born prematurely at 26-weels, Andrews’ platform issue is A Fighting Chance for Every Baby. Andrews hopes to foster premature birth awareness, generate support for their families, and ultimatley hopes to raise funds for research.  Andrews is also a lyrical dancer and she wowed the judges with her performance to This is Me from The Greatest Showman.
 
May attends the University of Delaware as a Doctoral Student in the School of Education. Her platform  issue is Let’s Talk About Mental Illness. She sang Think of Me from Phantom of the Opera. 
 
Caesar Rodney High School sophomore Sophia Kowalchick — Junior Captain of the CRHS Cheerleading team — received high marks from the judges for her singing performance. Her platform social issue is It’s Not Worth It: Depression and Suicide.  
 
Kowalchick will compete at the State Finals in Dover on May 18. Andrews and May will both be competing and vying for the title of  Miss Delaware in mid-June.

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Despite momentum shifts, Ursuline women take down Woodbridge, 51-41

Ursuline's Emily Rzucidlo had a game-high 22 points, including 10-13 from the free throw line.

State cases continue to decline as mass vaccinations start; here’s where to be tested

State Walgreens have given 100,000 tests to Delaware residents.

Back-and-forth game ends with St. E beating Sanford 62-57

The two powerhouse teams haven't played each other since January 2015.
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