The Desert Review brings you a look at your 2015 Brawley Cattle Call Queen Contestants
This year’s Little Miss contestants are
Cheyenne is a blond haired, hazel-eyed, seven-year-old cowgirl who loves living the country life. She is a member of Southwest Valley 4-H and enjoys showing her pygmy goat and rabbit.
Genesis is a dark haired, dark eyed Mexican-American cowgirl who loves going to Sunday school, swimming and playing with her dolls. Genesis would like everyone to know that she puts her love and trust in God.
This year’s Junior Queen contestants are
Kaitlyn is a hazel-eyed, burnette cowgirl who loves collecting bugs and showing her cavies and feeder calves at the Imperial Valley Fair. Kaitlyn wants to be a traveling doctor Rodeo Queen.
Rylee is an eleven-year-old, brown haired, hazel-eyed Brawley native. Rylee enjoys fishing, tubing at the river, competitive cheer and competing in different horse events.
This year’s Teen Queen contestants are
Lydia is a fourteen-year-old, hazel eyed, burnette freshman at Brawley Union High School. Lydia is an active member of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and is a flyer for the BUHS cheer squad.
Bayleigh is a fourteen-year-old, brown haired, brown eyed cowgirl from Imperial High School. Bayleigh enjoys showing dogs, rabbits, feeder calves, and horses, and has a passion for volley ball.
Keeley Gene Poloni
Keeley is a fourteen-year-old, blond haired, hazel eyed, freshman at Holtville High School. Keeley is a member of the Holtville FFA and an active 4-H member who enjoys serving her community in a variety of ways .
This year’s Queen contestant is
Chelsey is a brown haired, dark eyed cowgirl who is currently a Senior at Brawley Union High School. Chelsey is the President of the BUHS Rodeo Club, a member of the Junior Fair Board, and enjoys working on community service projects and tutoring kids after school.