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Miss Washington Teen USA

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Miss Washington Teen USA

Miss Washington Teen USA
Formation 1983
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Seattle
Location
Miss Teen USA
English
Website Official website

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

Washington is one of the more successful states at Miss Teen USA, having placed on seven occasions. Their highest placement came in 1985, when Dru Homer placed 2nd runner-up to Kelly Hu of Hawaii. Their most successful decades have been the 1980s and 2000s. The state failed to place in the 1990s.

Washington is the only state where no Teen winner has crossed over and competed at Miss USA.

Results summary

Placements

  • Second runner-up: Dru Homer (1985)
  • Top 10: Rhonda Monroe (1983), Amy Travis (1989), Megan Munroe (2000), Shannon Hulbert (2001), Jasmine Jorgensen (2003)
  • Top 15: Sadie Porter (2009), Camilla Cyr (2010)

Awards

  • [[Miss Teen USA Special Awards#Miss Photogenic|Miss
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