From left, Miss Culver City Hilary Haskell, 23, Miss Malibu Coast Shaniee Parker, 24, reigning Miss California Bree Morse, 23, and Miss North Coast Jessa Carmack, 22. Haskell and Parker tied for top talent during the second preliminary round June 29 and Carmack won the fitness category.
From left, Miss Culver City Hilary Haskell, 23, Miss Malibu Coast Shaniee Parker, 24, reigning Miss California Bree Morse, 23, and Miss North Coast Jessa Carmack, 22. Haskell and Parker tied for top talent during the second preliminary round June 29 and Carmack won the fitness category. DOUG HIKAWA Special to The Bee
From left, Miss Culver City Hilary Haskell, 23, Miss Malibu Coast Shaniee Parker, 24, reigning Miss California Bree Morse, 23, and Miss North Coast Jessa Carmack, 22. Haskell and Parker tied for top talent during the second preliminary round June 29 and Carmack won the fitness category. DOUG HIKAWA Special to The Bee

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