The cyber team at Enochs High School took first place in the Central Valley’s California Mayors Cyber Cup competition less than a year after it was formed. The success was the product of hard work by dedicated students and a supportive network of coaches and mentors to help them along the way.

The Enochs team started at the beginning of the school year after junior Luke LeCain attended a cyber camp at Modesto Junior College (MJC) last summer. He was immediately taken by the experience and recruited 10 of his friends to form two cyber teams.

LeCain and his teammates presented the California Mayors Cyber Cup trophy to Modesto Mayor Ted Brandvold at a City Council meeting. They will go on to compete in the California Cyber Innovation Challenge this summer at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

In addition to winning the California Mayors Cyber Cup, the Enochs High School teams also performed well in the CyberPatriot competition. LeCain already has his sights set on bigger goals for next year.

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