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CAROLYN DORMAN, MASON ST. PIERRE ARE NASHOBA TECH ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
CAROLYN DORMAN, MASON ST. PIERRE ARE NASHOBA TECH ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
Dan Phelps
Monday, January 04, 2021

Carolyn Dorman of Townsend and Mason St. Pierre of Groton have been selected as November’s Athletes of the Month at Nashoba Tech.
Carolyn Dorman, daughter of Brian and Maureen Dorman, is a junior in the Design & Visual Communications program. She normally plays soccer in the fall, but since soccer was canceled, she joined the cross-country team as a way to stay in shape. She is a high-honors student and a freshman mentor.

Coach Bruce Sullivan wrote of Carolyn: “A track star in both the winter and spring, Carolyn was able to make the transition from our team’s top sprinter to a very competitive cross-country runner. She was easily our most improved runner. Carolyn’s cheerful disposition and willingness to always give her best was contagious, and helped to raise her teammates’ spirits on a daily basis. Her excellent performance is not limited to the athletic field, as she is a model student as well.”


Mason St. Pierre, son of Stephen and Ruth St. Pierre, is a senior in the Plumbing & Heating program, where he works for a local plumbing company through Nashoba Tech’s Cooperative Education program. He is a standout runner for the cross-country team and is a high-honors student.

Coach Bruce Sullivan wrote of Mason: Mason is a senior captain and our team’s MVP. He was voted a unanimous league All-Star in the CAC by the coaches. Mason’s best qualities include a positive attitude and an excellent work ethic. Mason leads by example and is a tremendous competitor who excels against the best competition. He is also an outstanding student, who excels in rigorous Advanced Placement and Honors course work.”