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  LDS BBall All-American Chooses BYU
LDS high school basketball sensation Garner Meads has decided to play for BYU, turning down offers from Utah and Stanford, schools which have also hosted star LDS basketball players. Meads, who is 6-foot-9, told the Associated Press that he plans to sign a national letter of intent today. He also said that BYU coach Steve Cleveland "let out a whoop" when Meads told him the news.

  RM Returns To NCAA Championship, Maybe Olympics
Less than a year after returning from an LDS mission to Argentina, olympic-class diver Tyce Routson is back in top form. Routson, currently a senior at the University of Miami, won his first NCAA championship since returning, and is back in contention for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.

  LDS Jockey Gets New Honor
Russell Baze, one of the winningest jockeys in U.S. history, will be inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7.

  Miller brothers follow father's footsteps to BYU
Three sons of golf great Johnny Miller are playing together on the BYU golf team.

  LDS High School Football Star Profiled
LDS sophomore sensation Ben Olson is the focus of this article in the L.A. Times. The 6-foot-4 1/2-inches quarterback for Thousand Oaks High School is showing some outstanding talent. Last season, Olson shared quarterback duties on the varsity team and passed for 673 yards and five touchdowns in a run-oriented attack.

  LDS Softball Player Chooses BYU
High school softball standout Oli Keohohou of Newbury Park High has chosed to play for BYU next year, adding her talents to BYU's 2nd year in women's softball and disappointing top-ranked Washington. But before she gets there, Keohohou hopes to set a state record for triples.

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