Stars of Tomorrow talent show results


Staff Reports

High school students competed for $3,000 in scholarship prizes at the Kiwanis Club of Carson Valley's 11th annual Stars of Tomorrow Talent Showcase on Saturday at the CVIC Hall in Minden.

The 16 acts in the sold-out show featured students from Douglas High School and Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School playing instruments, singing and dancing in solo and group performances.

Prizes ranged from the $100 Producer's Award to the $1,250 Gene Zimmerman scholarship.

The first-place Gene Zimmerman Scholarship went to Jessica Shull for her lyrical dance of Celine Dion's "I Surrender."

Cheyenne Kiser was second with her lyrical dance to Steven Tyler's "Miss a Thing."

Third-place and $250 People's Choice awards went to Rachel Jackson for her vocals on "Taylor, the Latte Boy."

Cody Lee was fourth with the alto saxophone solo of "Big Beat Blues" by Jack Wilkins.


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