Miss Johnson City is Kristen Gallant, and Miss Historic Jonesborough is Anna Konstantopoulos.
The young women will represent their respective communities in next year’s Miss Tennessee Pageant.
First runner-up in the combined competition is Jordon Bowling, and second runner-up is Bailey Cheek.
Also crowned were a new Miss Johnson City Outstanding Teen, Zoie Stout, and a new Miss Historic Jonesborough Outstanding Teen, Sydney Collier.
The scholarship pageant was conducted Saturday at David Crockett High School.
• Gallant earned a bachelor of science degree in journalism from Middle Tennessee State University. Her platform is “CHANCES: Creating Families Through Adoption.” Gallant is sponsored by Hancock, Daniel & Johnson, PC.
• Konstantopoulos is majoring in Biblical and theological studies at Milligan College. Her platform is “Unseen but Believed: Raising Awareness for Invisible Illnesses.” Konstantopoulos is sponsored by The Posy Shop.
• Stout attends Unicoi County High School and is sponsored by The Posy Shop. Her platform is “Be Seen, Be Heard — Shining a Light on All Disabilities.”
• Collier attends Bristol’s Tennessee High School. She is sponsored by Hancock, Daniel & Johnson, PC. Her platform is the “Mitch Movement — Sharing Kindness and Helping Others.”