Photo Credit:  Rhonda Stowell

Our 2018-2019 Queen - Paige Creasy

Paige Creasy is the 16 year old daughter of Stephanie & Tony Creasy. Born and raised in Payson Arizona.  She is a sophomore at Payson High School.  She is an active member of the Payson Pro Rodeo Committee.  As Payson Rodeo’s Queen,  her service theme is “8 Seconds to NO.” With this platform, Paige’s goal is to make a positive difference by reminding young people that it only takes 8 seconds to say no to drugs and how important it is to stop and think before acting to become involved. 


She held the title of “Navajo Country Rodeo Princess” from 2012-2013, her first royalty title.   In 2014-15 she was Globe, Arizona’s  “Copper Dust Rodeo Stampede Missy.”  Paige has visited many rodeos around the state but her most favorite is in her home town of Payson, where she has had the honor of carrying the American flag to start off the Gary Hardt Memorial Rodeo. Along with her horse, Baby, Paige loves to compete in barrels and poles.  When they are not competing in organized events, they love trail riding and exploring the beautiful Arizona scenery.

Paige not only loves the sport of rodeo, but is also fond of basketball, hunting, fishing, camping, spending time with her family and friends, and 4-wheeling, where she seldom lets anyone else drive.  Her dreams are one day to hold the title of Miss Rodeo Arizona and then compete for the title of Miss Rodeo America in Las Vegas.  After High School, Paige plans on joining the United States Coast Guard to pursue her dream of being in law enforcement.


Photo Credit:  Stephanie Creasy

Photo Credit:  Rhonda Stowell


The Payson Rodeo Committee welcomes visiting royalty!  Please fill out the Royalty application and waiver and return to Nancy Landino.  

Photo Credit:  Dennis Fendler

Visiting Rodeo Royalty

Dennis Fendler