Boxing Promoter Dan Goossen Dies
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Assistant Managing Editor 29 September 2014
DAN GOOSSEN and ANDRE WARD Like many others in the boxing community, I was shocked and saddened to hear the passing of long time boxing promoter Dan Goossen who was based here in Southern California. ... read more >>
Rancho Cienega Tennis Shop Celebrates Serena Williams
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 September 2014
  The Rancho Cienega Tennis Shop, home of The Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy, will be celebrating tennis superstar Serena Williams 18ths Grand Slam Title on Saturday September 27 at 5001 ... read more >>
DOUBLE STANDARD: Race Car Star Tony Stewart Escapes Scrutiny
Written by Kenneth Miller Sports Editor 26 September 2014
In this grainy photo provided by YouTube Tony Stewart's car hits Kevin Ward Jr. and carries him about 50 feet down the track. Ward, 20, had crashed his car after Stewart spun him out previously, ... read more >>
The Wait is Over, Dodgers win NL West title
Written by Tamra Latta 26 September 2014
Pour it up, pour it up, that's how Los Angeles ball out! Let's pop bottles, celebrate and enjoy the moment pretty much described the Dodgers attitude on Wednesday night. The Dodgers clinched the National ... read more >>
St. John Bosco Holds Firm at No. 1
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 25 September 2014
    THE SENTINEL’S TOP 10 (all games Friday at 7p.m. unless indicated. Rankings only include teams in Sentinel coverage region)   St. John Bosco (3-0)…travels to Las Vegas  to take on nationally ... read more >>
IT WAS ALL A FAKE! MAYWEATHER SAYS REALITY SHOW NOT SO REAL
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 23 September 2014
  LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The pot wasn't real. Neither, admitted Floyd Mayweather Jr., was much else that went on in the cable television shows promoting his latest fight. Not the joint rolling parties with ... read more >>
Dorsey Can’t Keep Up
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 20 September 2014
  The Dorsey Dons stared fast and furious in their non-league match-up against  powerful Alemany on Friday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium racing out to a 15-0 lead. However, the Warriors led by senior ... read more >>
The Spit Bucket: Blacks, Sports & Society
Written by Sentinel Staff Report 18 September 2014
(AP Photo)   By the time you read this the Ray Rice incident will probably have cooled down to some extent, but the heat will still be turned up on the National Football League and its commissioner ... read more >>
Locke is All Dialed in for Coliseum League LB Poly is Loaded; and Serra is Ready to Soar Again
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 11 September 2014
This is week three in a high school football season that will soon separate the pretenders from the real title contenders, but all early indications point to Long Beach Poly being dominant in the Southern ... read more >>
Just Call Him Superman
Written by Tamra Latta 08 September 2014
Somebody get him the cape. Dodgers' closer Kenley Jansen threw a couple of immaculate pitches that led him to his 40th save of the season- and he's just the fourth Dodger to reach that milestone. “That’s ... read more >>
Bruce Levenson Will Sell Atlanta Hawks; After Racially Charged Email Is Revealed
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 September 2014
Bruce Levenson said he voluntarily reported his "offensive" email to the N.B.A. Credit Johnny Crawford/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, via Associated Press For the second time this year, the owner of ... read more >>
RAVENS CUT RB RAY RICE AFTER RELEASE OF VIDEO
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 08 September 2014
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Ray Rice was let go by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday and suspended indefinitely by the NFL after a video was released showing the running back striking his then-fiancee in February. The ... read more >>
SERENA NOT YET THINKING ABOUT 22 GRAND SLAM TITLES
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 08 September 2014
NEW YORK (AP) -- Serena Williams is building a new house, complete with a karaoke room and a purse room for her "bag problem." She and big sister Venus are finally moving apart after more than three ... read more >>
Remembering Billy ‘The Hill’ McGill
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 04 September 2014
Former teammates and friends of the late basketball star Billy ‘The Hill’ McGill have been calling the Los Angeles Sentinel newspaper lately. They were shocked to learn that McGill had died. McGill ... read more >>
MONEY CAN CHANGE IT!
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 04 September 2014
Those 50 Cent tweets and Instagram posts, which went viral last week, has caused some hiccups in Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather’s preparation for his up coming bout with Marcos Maidana. After the tweets, ... read more >>
Anthony Brown: Can't play for a racist ! USC's Brown Quits, Calls Sarkisian Racist
Written by Sentinel News Service 28 August 2014
  USC senior running back Anthony Brown, who quit the team a week ago, called head coach Steve Sarkisian a racist Thursday August 28th.   Brown posted on Instagram Thursday morning, "Sark treated ... read more >>
USC's Shaw admits to lying about injuries, rescue
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 28 August 2014
Southern California cornerback Josh Shaw confessed that he lied to school officials about how he sprained his ankles last weekend, retracting his story about jumping off a balcony to save his drowning ... read more >>
Here We Go Again! Magic Says NFL Returning to L.A.
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 28 August 2014
Captions 1 The Los Angeles Raiders black cap is still a popular item among football fans in the Southland who would prefer they return. The team in in the final year of its lease in Oakland and could ... read more >>
St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic School Cougars Win 6th Annual Nike 3 on 3 Tournament at L.A. LIVE
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 28 August 2014
(PHOTO /CAPTION) TEAM WATTS WINS ‘NIKE’ BASKETBALL 3 on 3 TOURNAMENT - St. Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic School Cougars in Watts were victors in the 6TH Annual Nike 3 on 3 Tournament at L.A. LIVE. ... read more >>
Drew League Closes on Interesting Note
Written by Fred Hawthorne, Contributing Writer 28 August 2014
Twenty-eight teams. One Goal. That’s the Drew League Championship. That’s what brings out NBA All Stars such as Paul George, DeMar DeRozan, James Harden, and thousands of Angelinos every weekend. ... read more >>
Light It Up! Locke High School to play its first night game Aug. 28
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 25 August 2014
  In this Locke High School file photo, the Locke High School football team runs onto the field for a daylight home game. Locke will begin playing its first night games on Thursday Aug. 28. Since ... read more >>
Ed O'Bannon was the Name Lawyers Needed for NCAA Suit
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Assistant Managing Editor 14 August 2014
Former UCLA star Ed O’Bannon’s 43rd birthday on Thursday August 14 will pale in comparison to the celebration that engulfed the NCAA sports landscape that developed recently with an antitrust lawsuit ... read more >>
Beyond A Shadow of Lebron
Written by Kennenth D. Miller, Assistant Managing Editor 14 August 2014
Undefeated IBF Welterweight World Champion Shawn "ShowTime" Porter (24-0-1) didn’t flinch during a reporter’s roundtable when discussing being from the same town as the greatest active basketball ... read more >>
The Dubious Sterling Era is Officially Over
Written by Jennifer Bihm (Contributing Writer) 12 August 2014
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer is In Steve Ballmer officially became the new owner of the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday August 12. The team said the sale closed after a California court confirmed ... read more >>
NBA Ref Violet Palmer to Marry Longtime Partner
Written by Associated Press 07 August 2014
 Veteran NBA referee Violet Palmer formally announced that she is gay, saying that she will be married her long time partner last Friday Aug. 1. (Associated Press Photo) Violet Palmer made her biggest ... read more >>

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