MVHS Team Honored for National Business Award

Murrieta Mayor Randon Lane presents a certificate of recognition to Erika Barsby (center) and Stephanie Machuca for their work in a national...

Murrieta Mayor Randon Lane presents a certificate of recognition to Erika Barsby (center) and Stephanie Machuca for their work in a national virtual enterprise competition.
Murrieta 24/7 photo: Kristen Spoon

Six Murrieta Valley High School students were honored with certificates of recognition by the Murrieta City Council Tuesday for their success in a national virtual enterprise competition.

Some of the students are already away at college and were unable to attend, but Stephanie Machuca and Erika Barsby were present to represent the group, along with their faulty advisor, Joel Levin. Other members of the team were Catherine Fangon, Hannah Paysse, Hannah Adams and Daniel Baerman.

Teams were challenged to create a fictitious business and present a business plan to a panel of judges. The MVHS team created a business called Trifecta, marketing reusable water bottles and an app that informs people about the need to drink fresh water.

MVHS entered two teams in the state competition and finished 1-2. This team placed third in the national competition in New York.

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