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  Steve Young's Status Still Uncertain
49er football star Steve Young had been told that he wasn't needed at 49ers minicamp this past weekend, but he appeared on Sunday anyway, in a gesture that makes it clear he still thinks he is on the team. Young, who missed the last 13 games of last season following a concussion, was on the field greeting teammates and visiting with coaches, but didn't actually take part in the practice. He was scheduled to talk with coach Steve Mariucci following the practice.

  LDS Track Star Best Discus Thrower In U.S.
This article by the Salt Lake Tribune highlights the feats of LDS track star, Nik Arrhenius. The son of former BYU track star, Anders Arrhenius, and a junior at Mountain View High School in Orem, Nik is currently the best high school discus thrower in the nation.

  Navy Football Has LDS RM
This is a very favorable, quite lengthy article about Navy linebacker Jake Bowen. Bowen, who stood out on the football field in 1997, left that fall to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

  Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Two outstanding athletes from the 1980s are the latest inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Greg Hunter, football offensive lineman, and Georgia Johnson Palmer, track and field runner, were honored at the Athletic Awards Banquet in April and will be added to the Hall of Fame displayed in the Hart Building foyer.

  BYU professor inducted into athletic trainers' Hall of Fame
The department chair of physical education and former head women's athletic trainer at Brigham Young University has been selected for induction into the National Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame.

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