Madysen Gohl named Miss Nautical Coast
Rogers City’s Nautical Festival kicked off Tuesday, over which Madysen Gohl will preside as Miss Nautical Coast following a Friday pageant.
She will represent Rogers City and Presque Isle County in the next coming year.
She is the proud daughter of William and Shellie Golh, of Presque Isle.
She will be a senior this coming fall at Alpena High School.
At the pageant, Madysen won the Interview award, Meet and Greet award (for which she tied with Raegan Comerford), Nautical Essay, and Evening Gown award.
First runner-up honors went to Comerford, of Posen. Ava Kelly, of Rogers City, was chosen second runner-up and winner of Miss Congeniality and the Nautical Artwork Award.
Royal Court members are Abby Muller and Lylian Bickhardt, both of Rogers City.
The Miss Nautical Coast Scholarship Pageant is open to women ages 16 to 19 who reside in Presque Isle County!
Friday’s event was hosted and held at Hentkowski Funeral Home in Rogers City.
Saying their farewells were 2019 and 2020 representatives, Miss Rogers City Alayna Sorget, of Hawks, and Miss Nautical Coast Madison Tulgestska, of Rogers City.
Directors of the event were Missy Bannon and Nicole Bannasch. Mistress of ceremonies for the event was Mikaela Bannon, Miss Shoreline of Rogers City.
The festival runs through Sunday in Rogers City.