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November Athletes of the Month
Posted on 12/10/2018
5 FOOTBALL CAPTAINS NAMED  NOVEMBER ATHLETES OF THE MONTH   WESTFORD — Nashoba Tech has selected the five captains of the football team as its November Athletes of the Month. The Vikings finished the season 8-4 and won the State Vocational Small School Championship by beating Upper Cape Tech, 34-13.




Alexander Wilson of Shirley, son of Scott and Suzanne Wilson, is a senior captain who played tackle and end for the Vikings. He also competes for the basketball and spring track teams. Alex is in the Engineering Technology program. He plans to attend a five-year Master’s Degree program at either the University of Massachusetts Lowell or the University of Maine to study Electrical Engineering.


Luth November athlete
Aidan Luth of Groton, son of Michael and Jennifer Luth, is a senior captain who played cornerback and safety for the Vikings. He also plays lacrosse and basketball. Aidan is in the Engineering Technology program. He plans to study Engineering at a community college before moving on to a four-year college.
Norton November athlete
Eli Norton of Ayer, son of Mike and Jodi Norton, is a senior captain who played quarterback, running back, wide receiver and defensive end for the Vikings. Eli is in the Plumbing & Heating program. He plans to attend Fitchburg State University to study Criminal Justice.

Shockley November athlete
Liam Shockley of Chelmsford, son of Randy Shockley and Dorothy White, is a senior captain who was a lineman on both offense and defense for the Vikings. He also plays first base for the baseball team. Liam is in the Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program. He plans to play semipro
 football after graduation, then sign up for the Marine Corps.


Thomas  November athlete
Sean Thomas of Chelmsford, son of Bill and Michelle Thomas, is a senior captain who played nose guard, left tackle and linebacker for the Vikings. He also plays hockey. Sean is in the Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program. He plans to attend college and continue to play football, then sign up for the Army Rangers.