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ERICA BRADFORD, SEAN ETIENNE NAMED MARCH ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
ERICA BRADFORD, SEAN ETIENNE NAMED MARCH ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
Posted on 04/11/2016
ERICA BRADFORD, SEAN ETIENNE NAMED MARCH ATHLETES OF THE MONTHAOM 03 16
WESTFORD — Erica Bradford of Littleton and Sean Etienne of Lawrence have been selected as March’s Athletes of the Month at Nashoba Tech.

        Erica Bradford, daughter of Bob and Lynn Bradford, is a senior captain of the winter cheerleading team. She was also captain of the team in the fall and plays center field for the softball in the spring. She is a four-year varsity athlete in all three seasons, and was named Most Athletic in the Class of 2016. This is her second time
being named Athlete of the Month.

        Erica is a high-honors student in the Early Childhood Education program. She has been inducted into the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. Erica plans to attend Bridgewater State University in the fall to study Social Work and continue her softball career.

        She was nominated by Athletic Director Bob Callahan, who wrote: “Erica has shown tremendous leadership throughout her senior year. She is always willing to help out her teammates and is pushing them toward excellence. She is a presence in the building and is a great student.”

        Sean Etienne, son of Paul and Yphonie Etienne, is a junior point guard who helped lead the Vikings to the State Small School Vocational Championship, beating Franklin County Tech, 60-52. Sean scored 15 points and had 5 assists and 4 steals in that title-winning game. He averaged 16.4 points for the season.

        Sean is a first-year student at Nashoba Tech, having transferred from Central Catholic in Lawrence. He is a high-honors student in the Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program, and he plans to try out for the football team in the fall.

        He was nominated by Athletic Director Bob Callahan, who wrote: “Sean was instrumental in the boys’ run to the Vocational State Championship. He also led the team in points in the MIAA State Tournament win over West Boylston. He was a Colonial Athletic League All-Conference selection and represented Nashoba Tech in the league All-Star game.”