Miss North Carolina Teen USA

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Katie Coble, Miss North Carolina Teen USA 2007

The Miss North Carolina Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of North Carolina in the Miss Teen USA pageant and is part of the RPM Productions group.

North Carolina has been moderately successful at Miss Teen USA, but has never won the title. Their best placement was in 1987 when Peggy Blackwell placed first runner-up to Kristi Addis of Mississippi. North Carolina's greatest success came from the mid-1980s to early 1990s. Their most recent placement came in 2012, when Kat Puryear made the top 16.

Two Miss North Carolina Teen USA's has crossed over to win the Miss North Carolina USA title. The first was Chelsea Cooley, who went on to win the Miss USA title and place in the top 10 at Miss Universe. The other was Erin O' Kelley, Miss North Carolina Teen USA 2001 who made the top 15 at Miss USA 2007. Their placements at Miss USA were better than their teen placements.

Kristen Dalton, who came in first-runner up at the 2005 Miss North Carolina Teen USA pageant to Nikkie Groat, went on to win Miss North Carolina USA in 2009, and won the title of Miss USA 2009. She represented the United States at the Miss Universe pageant in August 2009. Her younger sister Kenzie Dalton, who was first-runner up at the 2006 Miss North Carolina Teen USA pageant, became engaged to actor Chad Michael Murray the same year she placed first-runner up to Melissa Lingafelt (who placed first-runner to Katie Blair of Montana at Miss Teen USA 2006.) Their mother, Jeannie Dalton (Boger) was Miss North Carolina USA 1982, and their sister Julia Dalton was Miss North Carolina Teen USA 2008, and placed second-runner up to Stevi Perry of Arkansas at Miss Teen USA 2008.


Results summary[edit]

Placements[edit]

Awards[edit]

Winners[edit]

YearNameHometownAge1Placement at MTUSASpecial awards at MTUSANotes
2014Pammy PetersRaleigh17
2013Kelsey BarberioChapel Hill
2012Kat PuryearThomasville17Top 16Previously Miss North Carolina's Outstanding Teen 2009 and 3rd runner-up to Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2010
2011Vanessa McClelland[1]Fayetteville19
2010Lauren Ashley MartzSalisbury17
2009Scarlett HowellAnsonville16
2008Julia DaltonWilmington162nd runner-upDaughter of Jeannie Dalton (Boger), Miss North Carolina USA 1982, Sister of Kristen Dalton, Miss USA 2009 (Miss North Carolina USA 2009)
2007Katie CobleMatthews172nd runner-up[2]
2006Melissa LingafeltConcord161st runner-upMiss Photogenic
2005Nikkie GroatMatthews17
2004Elizabeth CartyHigh Point17Miss United States Teen 2005
2003Erin HendricksHigh Point18
2002Brittany CrewsWake Forest1st runner up at Miss North Carolina USA 2008
2001Erin O'KelleyAshevilleLater Miss North Carolina USA 2007,semifinalist and 15th at Miss USA 2007
2000Chelsea CooleyCharlotteLater Miss North Carolina USA and Miss USA 2005, 9th at Miss Universe 2005,Miss United States Teen 2001, 1st runner up at Miss Teen International 2001 as Miss USA
1999Amber ReinsvoldMocksville15
1998Lucy ParkerDenver
1997Ali BurrStanfieldFinalist
1996Tammy AshtonGastonia
1995Meridith JacksonHigh Point
1994Valarie BeasleyDunn
1993Wendy WilliamsWadeSister of Heidi Sue Williams, Miss North Carolina 1992[3]
1992Rachel AdcockConover17Top 6Miss Photogenic
1991Holly FurmanBoone17Top 6Miss Congeniality
1990Heather SimmonsWilmington
1989Kelly SheppardLeicester
1988Michelle MooreFuquay-Varina
1987Peggy BlackwellFayetteville1st runner-up
1986Denise Jenkins
1985Kimberly JordanWilmingtonTop 10
1984Tracey KaggellWaynesville17Top 10
1983Janet FreemanAsheville

1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Miss North Carolina Teen USA 2011". RPM Productions, Inc. 2010. Retrieved May 13, 2011. 
  2. ^ Price, Mark (2007-08-24). "Area teen places in Miss Teen USA top 5". Charlotte Observer. Retrieved 2007-08-24. 
  3. ^ Womble, Jeffery (1993-03-06). "Fayetteville Teen Brings Home State Pageant Crown". The Fayetteville Observer. 

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