Seth Meyer is a Dec. scholar athlete

Wheatfield artist Jody Ziehm extended her winning streak.  After a blue ribbon last year, she captured a red this year for her watercolor of Aretha Franklin at the Presidential Inauguration.
Wheatfield artist Jody Ziehm extended her winning streak. After a blue ribbon last year, she captured a red this year for her watercolor of Aretha Franklin at the Presidential Inauguration.

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Seth Meyer says he has been blessed with gifts of athleticism and intellectual ability, and works hard to put both to use in the classroom and on the field, court and diamond.

Meyer, who plays soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter, and baseball in the spring, extends uses his work ethic for success in sports to school. He currently takes seven advance placement courses at Nichols School.

“I enjoy being challenged. Each of the classes that I take I am very interested in,” Meyer said.

Meyer plans to go to a liberal arts college and take a well-rounded set of coursework to ascertain which career path will best suit him.

But in the meantime, this three-sport athlete will continue to focus on his studies while helping his teams excel.

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