Crenshaw High students Anthony Lee and Le’queteta Brown, co-owners of TastE Cakes finished second in the fourth annual Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) business plan competition held last week at the USC Town and Gown, and now the duo, along with first place winner Edgar Holguin of South East High School (Plasma Framer), are off to New York to battle it out with other winners from around the national. Jean-Pierra Papouloute of Blair High School, developer of subRealty Clothing Co., placed third but will not go on to the nationals. The three finalists were selected from more than 800 youngsters, who participated in NFTE classroom-level business plan competitions, for a chance to present to a panel of business professionals and win scholarships. TastE Cakes is a supplier and distributor of premium New York-style cheesecakes in Los Angeles. Both Lee and Brown are seniors, and are off to college in the fall.