ROANOKE, Va. (AP) – A college student studying communication and minoring in dance and performing arts has been crowned Miss Virginia. The Roanoke Times reports Miss Greater Richmond, Michaela Sigmon, took the title Saturday night during a competition at the Berglund Center in Roanoke. She wins a $20,000 scholarship and will compete in the Miss America pageant, which will be held Sept. 11 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The 21-year-old Sigmon is a native of Chesapeake and a junior at Old Dominion University. The first runner-up was Miss State Fair of Virginia, Harlie Dale. Dale graduated from Virginia Tech and earned a master’s degree from Liberty University. She receives an $8,500 scholarship.