After the folkloric performance, a Mariachi group was scheduled to perform but failed to show.
That didn't deter some children who started dancing to the music broadcast via loud speakers.
After the crowd sampled the Mexican food being sold at the fiesta, they awaited the crowning of the queen.
Izabeth and fellow contestants Maggie Diaz, Alma Sanchez, Yesenia Rodriguez and Gina Nava took to the stage.
The winner was the one that sold the most raffle tickets for items that were raffled at the fiesta.
From least to most, the girls were called out for the amount of tickets they sold.
In the end, Izabeth and Yesenia, 14, were the last two remaining.
"I was nervous when I was up there with her," said Yesenia after the coronation.
Yesenia's name was announced as runner-up and the crowd cheered knowing Izabeth would be the queen.
"I was a little disappointed because I wanted to win, but I was happy for her," said Yesenia.
Izabeth said, "I was relieved and happy."
She thanked her aunt Gloria Barambila for helping her win the crown.
Interim Westmorland school Superintendent Linda Morse was pleased by the turnout.
"The migrant program is one of the most active and supported groups in the city," Morse said.
Of the pageant, she said: "It's exciting and I'm pleased to see the girls are participating. It's something they look forward to and the parents get as nervous as them."
Police Athletic League secretary Sonia Castañeda said, "It's great to see the community coming together.
"Despite being a small crowd you can tell everyone had fun. You don't have to be a big town to have fun."
Staff Writer Mario Rentería can be reached at 337-3435.