Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Veeder a winner, now wins a place in the Hall

When the Los Gatos girls track and field team won the Central Coast Section championship in the spring of 1994, the title came just months after the Wildcats had won similar honors in girls soccer.

It's no coincidence that Meg Veeder was a member of each team.

Veeder was a winner as a high school athlete, and she proved that point as early as her first year at Los Gatos High when she finished first in the 800 meters at the CCS finals--becoming the first freshman girl to ever win an individual event at the section meet.

In all, she would help Los Gatos win eight league championships in track, soccer and cross country during her years at the high school, and she was a member of four CCS championship teams in the three sports.

For her outstanding accomplishments as a Wildcat, Meg Veeder will be among the 10 members who make up the 10th class of inductees in the Los Gatos High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Induction ceremonies will be held May 4 at La Rinconada Country Club.

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