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May 2019 Athletes of the Month
EMILY HOGAN, BRANDON GAUTHIER ARE MAY ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
Posted on 06/24/2019
EMILY HOGAN, BRANDON GAUTHIER  ARE MAY ATHLETES OF THE MONTH

WESTFORD — Emily Hogan of Dracut and Brandon Gauthier of Chelmsford are May’s Athletes of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

Emily Hogan, daughter of Tom and Barbara Hogan, a 2019 graduate, was a standout softball player for the Vikings this past spring. She is a high-honors student in the TV& Media Production/Theatre Arts program, and a member of both the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. She is president of the Viking Theatre Club and received the award for Technical Excellence in Directing by the Massachusetts Theatre Guild. For the second year in a row, Emily won a gold medal in the SkillsUSA District Competition in Digital Cinema Production and a bronze medal at the State Conference.        
                                                                                                 
At the Senior Awards & Scholarships Night, Emily was one of the most highly decorated members of the Class of 2019, earning the Academic Achievement Award for Physical Education, the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association Student Achievement Award, the Massachusetts Vocational Association Presidential Certificate of Merit, the Adam Boucher Memorial Scholarship, the Ancient Order of Hibernians Scholarship, the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Scholarship and the Friends of Nashoba Scholarship. She plans to attend Emerson College.

Gauthier Student of month
Brandon Gauthier, son of Mike Gauthier and Ann Marie Fyten, a 2019 graduate from the Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program, played baseball all four years for the Vikings. He is an honor-roll student, president of the National Technical Honor Society and an inductee into the National Honor Society.

Throughout his senior year, Brandon worked full time every other week for A Plus Auto Body in Chelmsford through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program, where he plans to continue to work. He was helpful during Open House, showing prospective students and their parents around and answering questions about his technical program. He also assisted the school’s building and grounds staff last summer with everyday maintenance.

 At the Senior Awards & Scholarships Night, Brandon received the Technical Proficiency Award for Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing, the Principal’s Award and the NVTHS School Spirit Award.