Miss Maryland Teen USA

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Miss Maryland Teen USA
Formation1983
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersBaltimore
Location
Membership
Miss Teen USA
Official language
English
WebsiteOfficial website
Kamie Crawford, Miss Maryland Teen USA 2010 & Miss Teen USA 2010
Taylor Dawson, Miss Maryland Teen USA 2015 and Mame Adjei, Miss Maryland USA 2015 at an event for military families
Ana Maria Lawson, Miss Maryland Teen USA 2008 assembles military care packages with Casandra Tressler, Miss Maryland USA 2008

The Miss Maryland Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Maryland in the Miss Teen USA pageant.

Maryland did not place at Miss Teen USA until 1992, but since then this state has been quite successful, including earning four runner-up placements, and a winner in 2010.

Six Maryland teens have gone on to win the Miss Maryland USA title, and two competed at Miss America.

Results summary[edit]

Placements[edit]

  • Winner: Kamie Crawford (2010)
  • Second runners-up: Khosi Roy (1999)
  • Third runners-up: Michelle Attai (2002), Amanda Williams (2004), Kasey Staniszewski (2009)
  • Top 6: Jennifer Smith (1996)
  • Top 10: Jamie O'Brien (2006)
  • Top 12: Vanessa Malinas (1992)
  • Top 15: Alessandra Torres (2005), Kirsten Nicholson (2011), Taylor Spruill (2017), Caleigh Shade (2018)
  • Top 16: Hannah Brewer (2013)

Awards[edit]

  • Miss Photogenic: Stacey Harris (1989), Mary Ann Cimino (1990), Allison Farrow (2007)

Winners[edit]

  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Name Hometown Age1 Placement at Miss Teen USA Special awards at Miss Teen USA Notes
2019 Amalia Sanches Bethesda 17 TBA
2018 Caleigh Shade Cumberland 18 Top 15
2017 Taylor Spruill Upper Marlboro 18 Top 15
2016 Amy Ingram Germantown 18
2015 Taylor Nicole Dawson Germantown 17
2014 Mariela Pepin Severn 17 Later Miss Maryland USA 2019
2013 Hannah Brewer[1] Manchester 15 Top 16 Later Miss Maryland 2016 & Top 7 Finalist at Miss America 2017;[2] sister of Miss Pennsylvania 2005 Nicole Brewer[1]
2012 Stephanie Chervenkov Bel Air 17
2011 Kirsten Nicholson Sykesville 18 Top 15
2010 Kamie Crawford Potomac 17 Miss Teen USA 2010
2009 Kasey Staniszewski Edgewater 18 3rd runner-up Sister of Miss Maryland 2010- Lindsay Staniszewski; previously Miss Maryland's Outstanding Teen 2007 Later Miss Maryland USA 2013 and top 15 at Miss USA 2013
2008 Ana Maria Lawson Westminster 16
2007 Allison Farrow Earleville 18 Miss Photogenic
2006 Jamie O'Brien Owings Mills 18 Top 10
2005 Alessandra Torres Potomac 18 Top 15
2004 Amanda Williams Jarrettsville 18 3rd runner-up
2003 Courtney Hejl Gaithersburg 17
2002 Michelle Attai Severn 18 3rd runner-up
2001 Precious Grady Baltimore 18
2000 Niambi Powell Bowie 17 Sister of Shana Powell, Miss Maryland 2007.[3]
1999 Khosi Roy Silver Spring 17 2nd runner-up
1999 Kristina Sisco Baltimore 18 Resigned when she was offered a role on As the World Turns
1998 Amber Coffman Glen Burnie 16
1997 Brandi Burkhardt Pasadena 18 Later Miss New York 1999, vocalist and actress
1996 Jennifer Smith Annapolis 18 Top 6
1995 Jennifer Ritz Phoenix 19
1994 Denise Fisher Rockville 18
1993 Angelisa Proserpi Linthicum 17
1992 Vanessa Malinis Baltimore 18 Semi-finalist Died from cervical cancer on March 5, 2001[4]
1991 Jennifer Wilhoit Annapolis 18 Later Miss Maryland USA 1995, semifinalist, finished 11th in Miss USA 1995
1990 Mary Ann Cimino Baltimore 17 Miss Photogenic Later Miss Maryland USA 1993
1989 Stacey Harris Gaithersburg 18 Miss Photogenic
1988 Sherry Twilley Delmar 16
1987 Renee Rebstock Pasadena 15 Later Miss Maryland USA 1992
1986 Julie Stanford Annapolis 18 Later Miss Maryland USA 1990
1985 Lynn Bogardus Delmar 17
1984 Christie Bohraus Bethesda 17
1983 Carla Kemp Baltimore 17

1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Madison, Samantha (16 November 2012). "Miss Maryland Teen USA win the result of Manchester teen's hard work". Carroll County Times.
  2. ^ Parry, Wayne (11 September 2016). "New Miss America has advice for Trump, Clinton: 'Compromise'". Star Tribune.
  3. ^ Keels, Heather (2008-01-14). "In reality, Miss Maryland inspires and glitters". The Herald-Mail.
  4. ^ Linell Smith (February 10, 2001). "Mommy, I'm not going to die on you". The Baltimore Sun.

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