Miss Teenage California

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The Miss Teenage California competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of California to compete in a national level pageant. Competitors are judged in the areas of "activities & achievements", personality, poise, and appearance in formal wear. The pageant does not include either a swimsuit or talent competition, and awards college scholarships, wardrobe, and other prizes.[1] The competition is produced by Crown U Productions, of [Lake Elsinore, California The pageant was sold to K.Nicole Clark owner of Crown U Productions in March 2015.[2]

Miss Teenage California 2014[edit]

The winner of the Miss Teenage California 2014 pageant was Alexxa Morgan of Oceanside.

List of winners[edit]

Year[3] Name[3] Hometown[3]
2014 Alexxa Morgan Oceanside
2013 Jordan Fowler Redwood City
2012 Cassandra Kunze El Cajon
2011 Bianca Vierra[4] Hayward
2010 Mary-Kate FitzPatrick[5] Danville
2009 Brittany Chen[6] Cerritos
2008 Alexandra Ritschard Roseville
2007 Noelle Freeman Carlsbad
2006 Caitlin Barrett Folsom
2005 Brittany McClintick Upland
2004 Erin Ashley Darling[7] San Jose
2003 Melissa Chaty Redwood Valley
2002 Tara Sanders Carlsbad
2001 Ami Geist Vacaville
2000 Carmella Papaleo Rancho Palos Verdes
1999 Ellen Chapman San Jose
1998 Natalie Arena San Diego
1997 Kristen Hungerford Nuevo
1996 Runya Bedrosian Thousand Oaks
1995 Stacy Rummonds Santa Rosa
1994 Amanda Aardsma Mission Viejo
1993 Jessica Morales Wilmington
1992 Rachelle Krahmer El Dorado Hills
1991 Tiara English Mission Viejo
1990 Jessica Celaya Foster City
1989 Joetta Rivera West Covina
1988 Deana Avila Laguna Niguel
1987 Melissa Anderson Alta Loma
1986 Aya Peard Cupertino
1985 Lysa Schuyler Northridge
1984 Jamel Plaza Elk Grove
1983 Stayci Beaman Upland
1982 Jodee Dominici Madera
1981 Christina Landman Santa Cruz
1980 Amy Coverdale Travis Air Force Base


  1. ^ UC Berkeley News, student interviews, 2004
  2. ^ Crow[1]
  3. ^ a b c "Miss Teenage California Winners". Miss Teenage California. Retrieved April 24, 2013. 
  4. ^ Miss Teenage California website
  5. ^ Sharpe, Maggie (June 21, 2011). "Miss Danville Eyes California Crown". Danville Patch. Retrieved September 3, 2011. 
  6. ^ [2]
  7. ^ Mercury News

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