Quentin Dixon was crowned Mr. Norman High 2009 Thursday in the school theater.

Dixon is a senior at Norman High School and is the son of Joy Holt. He is a member of the Mu Phi Psi student fraternity, the Psychology Club, DECA, the Black Student Association and the International Student Association.

Scott Beck, assistant principal at Norman High School, was master of ceremonies at the competition.

The contestants participated in a fashion show, swimsuit competition and talent performance. Five finalists were chosen. Each finalist answered a random question, after which the judges made their final decision.

Judges were Debbie Kenney, Joy Garrett-Ferrales, Francis Richey, Kendel Krause and Kathryn Redding.

Dixon performed a stomp dance for the talent portion of the program and modeled clothes provided by Dillards. Other stores furnishing clothing for the fashion show and swimsuit competition were The Buckle, Cayman's and Guyz N' Galz.

Each participant received a free car wash, compliments of Boomerang Car Wash, and meal and drink deals from Classic '50s. Dixon received these prizes, plus two free tickets to the after-prom party and $100 cash.

Proceeds from the Mr. Norman High contest will go toward Norman High's after-prom party. This year's prom is scheduled for Saturday. The after-prom party will be at Hey Day. Hey Day is located at the intersection of Interstate 35 and Indian Hills Road. The after-prom party begins at midnight and runs until 6 a.m.

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