Cranberry woman wins Miss Pennsylvania USA pageant
Valerie Gatto of Cranberry won the Miss Pennsylvania USA pageant Sunday night at the Hyatt Regency at Pittsburgh International Airport, officials said.
Gatto, 24, beat 52 candidates to represent the state at the Miss USA 2014 Pageant, to be held at a date to be determined in Las Vegas, said pageant spokesman Randy Sanders.
Sydney Robinson, 16, of Williamsport was crowned Miss Teen Pennsylvania USA out of a field of 58.
In addition to competing for the national crown, the two will spend a year representing the pageant and the state at ceremonial functions.
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