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Local Football players making choices 

BANGOR SENIOR ROB SECCARECCIA WILL OFFICIALLY DECLARE HIS INTENTION TO PLAY FOOTBALL AT UMAINE. AND WHEN HE BECOMES A BLACK BEARS IN THE FALL HE’LL BE THE 2nd BIGGEST GUY ON THE TEAM.

ROB PLAYED TWO YEARS OF FOOTBALL AT BANGOR HIGH AFTER TRANSFERRING FROM CALVARY CHAPEL. HE’S ALMOST 6’9&quot: AND HE WEIGHS 310 POUNDS.

HE’LL BE A SCHOLARSHIP PLAYER AT MAINE AND AT HIS SIZE COULD ONE DAY DOMINATE AT OFFENSIVE TACKLE.

SECCARECCIA IS JUST 17 YEARS OLD RIGHT NOW.

ANOTHER PLAYER FROM EASTERN MAINE, AARON CHAMPAGNE, IS STILL TRYING TO DECIDE ON HIS FOOTBALL FUTURE. THE LAWRENCE RUNNING BACK TOLD US TODAY THAT HE MIGHT PLAY AT UMAINE AS A SAFETY OR STAY A RUNNING BACK AT DIVISION THREE R-P-I.

CHAMPAGNE SAYS HE’LL MAKE A DECISION IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS.

HE HELPED THE BULLDOGS WIN THE CLASS ‘A’ STATE TITLE IN THE FALL.