Yager vaults from Monroe City to CMU

Monroe City senior Parker Yager signed his national letter of intent with the Central Methodist University track and field program on Wednesday afternoon.

The 2017 Class 2 runner-up pole vaulter spoke with the Courier-Post about his decision.

Courier-Post: What are the emotions like for you to sign with Central Methodist to continue your track and field career over the next four years?

Parker Yager: “My heart has been pounding all day. I am nervous, but I’m just writing my name, so I don’t really know why. I think it’s awesome. I love the sport. I love the thrill I get out of it. And I love being on a team, the people I meet.”

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