ALL the News about
Mormons, Mormonism
and the LDS Church
Mormon News: All the News about Mormons, Mormonism and the LDS Church
Posted 24 Feb 2001   For week ended July 9, 2000
Previous Week 2Jul00
Following Week 16Jul00
Week Ended 9Jul00
Most Recent Week
Front Page
Local News
Arts & Entertainment
·New Products
·New Websites
·Mormon Stock Index
Letters to Editor
Continuing Coverage of:
Boston Temple
School Prayer
Julie on MTV
Robert Elmer Kleasen
About Mormon News
News by E-Mail
Weekly Summary
Submitting News
Submitting Press Releases
Volunteer Positions
Bad Link?

Sports News

  LDS Player Makes Baseball's All-Star Teams
The voting is complete and San Francisco Giants second baseman and LDS Church member Jeff Kent has passed Houston's Craig Biggio and the New York Mets' Edgardo Alfonzo to win the starting spot on the National League's team in baseball's All-Star Game. Kent's performance so far this year, including his league-leading 80 RBIs, influenced fans to vote for him, moving him up from third place in the final week of the poll.

  Dale Murphy Ends Mission, Returns to Atlanta For All-Star Game
The very best part of Atlanta's baseball past is back in town. But it will only be for a few days, when Dale Murphy returns to Atlanta, Georgia to serve as honorary captain of the National League All-Star baseball team. "Gosh, I'm honored," he replies. Murphy will ultimately be returning to his home in Alpine, Utah after spending three years in Massachusetts, where he served as the president of the Boston Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

  LDS Pro Bruce Summerhays Leads Senior Tour . . . To Arthritis Relief
LDS Pro Golfer Bruce Summerhays has led the way, and its helped his golf game. Summerhays, who plays on the Senior PGA Tour, was the first player on the tour to try a new arthritis drug, Celebrex, which is now extending the careers of more than 80 players on the tour.

  Golden Bears Rookie of the Year Goes on a Mission
After a strong football career in high school, being captain for Team Alberta at last summer's Canada Cup in Vancouver, gaining a starting spot after joining the Alberta Golden Bears, and being named rookie of the year, Dave Lowry, Jr. has accomplished a lot for a 19-year old.

Other Sports News Articles

No Article Available


[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Kent Larsen · Privacy Information