“A Moeller Graduate’s Voyage of Virtual Domination: Transitioning from Madden to Mitchell Tech on the Gridiron”

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  • Mitchell Technical College held its 55th graduation ceremony on May 5 and honored a record-breaking 513 students, including two from Sheridan County.
  • Out of the total number of graduates, 133 earned an honor with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, 75 achieved a GPA between 3.75-3.99, and 23 others attained a perfect GPA of 4.0.
  • Mitchell Technical College has been providing quality technical education for over 50 years and is dedicated to producing skilled professionals who can contribute positively to society.

Cincinnati, OH – Moeller High School graduate, Jack Smith, has found himself dominating the virtual gridiron as he continues his football career beyond the turf of Moeller. But, Smith’s path to success took an unexpected turn as he found football glory not on the field but in the realm of virtual reality – from Madden to Mitchell Tech.

Smith, after graduating from Moeller, entered into the software development world and started playing Madden NFL, a popular American football video game franchise, on console and PC. With a few tweaks here and there, Smith made his way up the leaderboards and eventually became a household name in the Madden community, earning the nickname “The Champ.”

But Smith wasn’t satisfied with just dominating a video game – he wanted to take it to the next level. That’s when he discovered Mitchell Technical Institute, a college in South Dakota that had a degree program in gaming and design. After enrolling in the program and putting in countless hours of work perfecting his craft, Smith set his sights on the Madden NFL Club Championship.

In 2019, Smith represented the Arizona Cardinals in the Madden NFL Club Championship, going head-to-head against the top Madden players from around the world. After a grueling tournament, Smith emerged victorious, cementing his place as one of the top Madden players in the world.

Now, Smith is using his newfound success to give back to his community. He co-founded The Champ Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps underprivileged youth in Cincinnati gain access to technology and training opportunities to explore their passion for video games.

“I never thought I’d be making a name for myself in the gaming world, but it’s been an incredible journey so far,” Smith said. “I’m grateful for the support of my family, friends, and the community – without them, I wouldn’t be where I am today.”

Jack Smith’s path to success may not have been traditional, but it just goes to show that with hard work, determination, and a little bit of skill, anyone can carve out their own niche in the world.

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