BANGOR – After another successful outdoor track season for the Bangor Rams, three more of the rams senior class will be continuing their careers in college.
Anna McDonald, Tyler Reilly and Andrew Monroe all signed their letters of intent to compete at the next level.
Reilly and Monroe will be competing for UMaine next season. Monroe won the 110 meter hurdle at the PVC large school meet this season, and was a jack of all trades for the Rams.
“Bigger atmosphere, more competition, hopefully I can learn from that and do better,” Monroe said.
Reilly won the conference meet in the pole vault and finished fifth at states.
“It’s a great opportunity because it’s the big name everybody knows and I’m going to be able to go to other tracks and compete with other people and just get to know a lot of people and it’s going to be great,” Reilly said.
McDonald won the 1600 meter racewalk in the Class A state meet earlier this year, and was a part of multiple state championship teams. She’ll go on to compete in distance events for UMaine Farmington.
All three looking forward to representing their home state.
“It was definitely the coaches here, they really opened up track to me and definitely my Farmington coach, he welcomed me with open arms and definitely he drew me in a lot,” McDonald said.