ARLINGTON — Lamar High School junior Baylee Mozjesik was crowned Miss Cinderella 2013 on Saturday night at the Arlington Convention Center during the 53rd annual Cinderella Charity Ball.Twenty teens competed for the title and collectively raised more than $409,000 during a seven-week fundraising campaign to benefit the children served by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington. The candidates solicit friends, family and local businesses asking for their support of the youth organization, and the teen raising the most money wins the title.Mozjesik, 16, raised $71,061 to earn this years crown. She is the daughter of Karol-Ann and Quentin Spitzer and Thomas Mozjesik.The reigning Miss Cinderella, Chandler Jordan, crowned her successor before an audience of more than 1,100 guests. Candidates were introduced in a formal debutante-style ceremony by the master of ceremonies, Arlington City Councilman Jimmy Bennett.First runner-up was Kennedy Franklin, the daughter of Tammy and Kirk Franklin and a sophomore at The Oakridge School. Other runners-up, in order, were Kylie Wade, Susannah Metzger and Kristen Pirkey.The Cinderella Charity Ball is produced by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Arlington Boys & Girls Clubs. Co-chairing the event were Cristy Duke and Andrea Proctor, who said the ball has earned more than $8.4 million since it began in 1961, with proceeds going to fund youth programs, facility equipment, capital improvements and operating expenses for the nonprofit agency.Candidates must be sophomores or juniors and be involved in school or community activities. A selection committee reviews applications, and candidates are announced eight weeks before the ball.In a separate competition, three candidates were awarded college scholarships based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular involvement and letters of recommendation.This years winners were Kylie Wade, who won the Catherine Lautzenheiser Memorial Scholarship of $1,500; Hannah Hullender ($1,000) and Madison Darden ($750).The Carol H. Zimmer Award, presented for the first time in honor of longtime Ladies Auxiliary member Carol Zimmer, who passed away last month, was presented to Erin Hibbs.Other candidates this year were Hannah Baumgartner, Hayley Boylan, Sydney Cerza, Libby Coomer, Emily Eichenauer, Andee Gentry, Kendall Grasty, Kyndall Hunt, Caitlin McClintock, Nicole Price, Christine Smith and McKynzie Zick.