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CRENSHAW BACK ON TOP!
Written by KENNETH MILLER SPORTS EDITOR 07 December 2013
With starling come from behind victory over top seeded Narbonne, Crenshaw rallied from 13 points down to capture the Los Angeles City Section Div. I football championship 20-13 on Friday at East Los Angeles ... read more >>
Los Angeles Sentinel Top 10
Written by KENNETH MILLER SPORTS EDITOR 04 December 2013
  1.     MATER DEI…I know that I failed to ranked St. John Bosco in the football poll because of our regional coverage, but with Stanley Johnson and the Monarchs covering so much ground there will ... read more >>
James Franklin was the Right Choice at the Right Time
Written by KENNETH MILLER SPORTS EDITOR 04 December 2013
THE RIGHT BROTHER: James Franklin has turned Vanderbilt around in the toughest conference in America and could have did the same if hired by USC as it’s next head football coach, but the Trojans never ... read more >>
We Started at the Bottom and Now We’re Here!
Written by KENNETH MILLER SPORTS EDITOR 04 December 2013
    Coach Robert Garret and his Crenshaw Cougars football team began the season losing four of its first five games, including one where the opponent St. John Bosco scored 75 points against them    Some ... read more >>
Lakers Lock-up Kobe Bryant for Close to $50 Million
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 28 November 2013
  DONE DEAL: The Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has already returned to practice after suffering a torn Achilles tendon in April and now he will finish his career with the team after signing a two-year ... read more >>
WILLIAMS EARNS 5TH WTA PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 27 November 2013
  PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida (AP) -- Serena Williams has warned the rest of women's tennis there is more to come from her after she was chosen WTA player of the year for the second year running and ... read more >>
THE FIGHT IS ON: Future’s at Stake for UCLA & USC Coaches could change and backyard recruiting is huge
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 27 November 2013
There will be plenty to explore on the football field when cross town rivals UCLA and USC collide at the Coliseum on Saturday Nov. 30, but off the field the stakes of both of their coaches and the landscape ... read more >>
NFL Hazing Blurs Racial Lines
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 07 November 2013
Black player leaves Dolphins after abuse By all accounts, Miami Dolphins second year lineman Jonathan Martin was the total opposite of teammate Richie Incognito, who the Dolphins suspended this week ... read more >>
USC’s Josh Shaw Named Pac-12 Player of the Week
Written by Sentinel News Services generalinfo@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
USC junior cornerback Josh Shaw was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week for his performance at Oregon State. Shaw recorded a team-best 8 tackles and had an endzone interception as the Trojans ... read more >>
UCLA Report
Written by Sentinel News Services generalinfo@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
UCLA (6-2, 3-2 ranked #16 in the Associated Press and 18th in the USA Today Coaches Poll/ 19th in BCS) will play at Arizona (6-2, 3-2) on Saturday, Nov. 9.  The game will kickoff at 7:00 p.m. PT/8:00 ... read more >>
PREP ROUND-UP Venice plants its seeds for No. 1 in city section
Written by Jevone F. Moore Sentinel Contributing Writer generalinfo@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
In a game that was titled to be The Western League Showcase, Venice stole the hammered host, Fairfax 49-0 so much that a running clock had to be used in the second half. Venice starters had removed ... read more >>
SENTINEL TOP 10 11 7 13
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
1.   1.  Serra (9-0)…mighty Cavs have won 19 consecutive games dating back to last season and last week added undefeated St. Francis to the list with a 35-21 win at home. Closes another stellar ... read more >>
NFL Marred by Another Ugly Racial Incident Miami Dolphins player suspended for taunting Black teammate
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
This is supposed to be the time of the year when America’s most popular sports league is making headlines for the surprising undefeated Kansas City Chiefs and pinpointing which teams have the ... read more >>
Hollywood Parks Last Stand Final Autumn Meet Begins Thursday, Nov. 7
Written by Sentinel Wire Services generalinfo@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
Betfair Hollywood Park will begin its 33rd and final Autumn Meet Thursday, Nov. 7. Scheduled for 27 days through Sunday, Dec. 22, the meet is highlighted by four Grade I events and the annual Autumn ... read more >>
USC Makes First Points of Season in Watts Student-athletes bring Trojan hoops to 99th Street Elementary
Written by Sentinel Wire Services generalinfo@lasentinel.net 06 November 2013
As the USC men's basketball squad gears up for a packed schedule of Division I action, it would be easy to overlook the vertically challenged team they faced recently in Watts, California. Although ... read more >>
Opening Acts New Era Begins for UCLA and USC Basketball
Written by Associated Press 06 November 2013
Kyle Anderson recorded a triple-double with 22 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists to lead No. 22 UCLA past Cal State San Marcos, 109-79, in an exhibition game on Monday Nov. 4. The Bruins finished ... read more >>
NBA PREVIEW SPECIAL: Root’N and Toot’N So. Cal Hoops Horn
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 31 October 2013
Paul Pierce Russell Westbrook Southern California produces more NBA talent than any region  There is a reason why basketball is the favorite sport of Southern California and the NBA is living proof ... read more >>
SENTINEL TOP 10 10 31 13
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 30 October 2013
  1.    Serra (7-0)… did a 36-0 number on Chaminade, after posting a 63-7 stamp on Harvard Westlake the week before. They don’t crown champs in October, though! 2.    Long Beach Poly (6-1)…four ... read more >>
NBA Special Edition: STAND AND DELIVER
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 29 October 2013
   If the Clippers want more than popularity—they have to win New Los Angeles Clippers coach, Doc Rivers, requested the Lakers championship banners be covered during their home games at Staples Center, ... read more >>
California Boxing Hall Inducts Safety Keeper Dr. Paul Wallace
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 25 October 2013
  Dr. Paul W. Wallace It is considered the most dangerous sport in the world, but in the state of California, it is arguably the safest and last Saturday, the California Boxing Hall of Fame inducted ... read more >>
GRAMBLING PLAYER: NO REGRETS ABOUT BOYCOTT
Written by Associated Press 25 October 2013
GRAMBLING, La. (AP) -- Naquan Smith and his Grambling football teammates have no regrets about a nearly weeklong boycott that forced the university to forfeit its game against Jackson State on Saturday. Grambling ... read more >>
Trojans return home to host Utah
Written by USC.COM 25 October 2013
  USC closes out October play by returning home to host Utah in a battle between teams each sporting 4-3 overall records and that both have just 1 Pac-12 victory to date. The Utes have not beaten Troy ... read more >>
The ‘Shaw Smashes Dorsey 41-0
Written by Jevone F. Moore, Sentinel Contributing Writer 25 October 2013
  The stage was set for the classic cross town showdown between rivals Crenshaw and Dorsey, the excitement had been building all week long from players, students, and Alumni but when time finally came ... read more >>
University Pounds Westchester 34-14
Written by Kenneth Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 17 October 2013
PHOTO Full Image 360/Jevone F. Moore HEADS UP: University senior star Domonick Heads blows by Westchester High School defenders during their Western league showdown last Friday. University won to improve ... read more >>
There is No Denying Bradley Although Marquez is Crying
Written by Kenneth Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 17 October 2013
CLEARLY UNDENIABLE: WBO welterweight champion Tim Bradley exalts in victory with his father and co-trainer (Tim Bradley Sr., right) pointing skyward. Bradley outpointed Juan Marquez last Saturday at ... read more >>



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