Cranberry teens have strong showing in Cameo Model USA Pageant
Several young women from the Cranberry Township area had strong showings at the 2013 Cameo Model USA Pageant, which was held at St. Barnabas Health System this month.
Casey Magdinec, 16, of Valencia, won the title of Cameo Cover Model.
As the winner of this overall title, she will appear on the cover of the program brochure for 2014.
In addition, Casey won the titles of 2013 Teen Talent Star USA and 2013 Teen Fashionality USA.
She was also second runner-up for Teen Picture-Perfect Model USA and third runner-up for Teen Charisma USA. She was also awarded a blue ribbon for Best Headshot. Casey will be a senior at Mars Area High School this year.
Karina Latsko, 13, of Cranberry Township, won the titles of 2013 Teen Charisma USA and Teen Cameo Model USA.
She was also first runner-up for Teen Picture-Perfect Model USA and Teen Talent Star USA. She was third runner-up in the Teen Fashionality USA category.
Karina will be a freshman at Seneca Valley Intermediate High School.
Tiffany Miller, 15, of Cranberry Township, won the title of 2013 Teen Picture-Perfect Model USA.
She was also first runner-up for the titles of Teen Charisma USA and Teen Fashionality USA. She was also third runner-up for Teen Cameo Model USA and Teen Talent Star USA.
In addition, she was awarded a blue ribbon for Best Fashion Shot. Tiffany will be a sophomore at Seneca Valley this year.
Katherine Fronczak, 15, of Cranberry Township, was awarded first runner-up in the Teen Cameo Model USA category. She will be a freshman at Seneca Valley this year.
Alexa Bolena, 13, of Cranberry Township, was named second runner-up for Teen Cameo Model USA and fourth runner-up for Teen Charisma USA. She will be entering eighth grade at Seneca Valley this year.
Kourtnie Regan, 17, of Cranberry Township, was named first runner-up for Miss Cameo Model USA, as well as second runner-up for Miss Charisma USA, Miss Talent Star USA, Miss Picture-Perfect Model USA and Miss Fashionality USA.
She will be a senior at Seneca Valley this year.
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