Written by Sentinel News Service 13 March 2014
The USC Lady Trojans won their first ever PAC 10 championship under the leadership of  Locke High and USC alumn Cynthia Cooper Dyke Former Locke High star Cynthia Dyke-Cooper and the Women of Troy ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 05 March 2014
Sacking the ‘N’ Word is not your business  I have watched and listened to all of the so-called experts (people who used to be Black) and those who aspire to become Black again respond to and comment ... read more >>
Collision XVI Coaches Finalized Sectional All Star Game Set April 19
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 05 March 2014
     MCKINSEY HADLEY, SERRA HIGH SCHOOL  The final coaches for the 16th annual Collision All Star Basketball games featuring the top high school senior boys and girls representing the LA City Section ... read more >>
Never Under Radar ! Comets Orbit Always Highest Point
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 27 February 2014
The high school basketball season will reach a tipping point this week when game in the Southern Section and the Los Angeles City Section will determine more than who plays for a divisional championship. Last ... read more >>
It’s All Up for Grabs Now
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 20 February 2014
UP FOR GRABS: Lawndale High junior standout, Broderick Jones leaps for a rebound during a game this season for the highly touted Cardinals and his team will be a No. 5 seed in CIFSS Division 1A when post ... read more >>
Great Athletes Who We Could Learn From
Written by Kenneth Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 20 February 2014
Olympic Track Great JESSE OWENS “Friendships born on the field of athletic strife are the real gold of competition. Awards become corroded, friends gather no dust.” The man who broke baseball ... read more >>
The Forgotten Black Superstar Athlete
Written by Isaac B. Murphy, Special to the NNPA from The Atlanta Voice 20 February 2014
Pellom McDaniels III, author of “The Prince of Jockeys: The Life of Isaac Burns Murphy” (Photo by Titus Falodun) ATLANTA – Muhammad Ali ruled the boxing ring. Michael Jordan ruled the basketball ... read more >>
Magic and Cookie: The GREATEST LOVE OF ALL
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 13 February 2014
  Magic and Cookie met at a party in 1977 as Michigan State college freshmen In honor of Cookie Johnson’s 51st birthday, her husband Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson surprised his loving wife with a blow-out ... read more >>
What NFL Team Will Draft an Openly Gay Player? All American Sam Michael Will Soon Find Out
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Asst. Managing Editor 12 February 2014
In this Jan. 1, 2014, file photo, Missouri senior defensive lineman Michael Sam speaks to the media during an NCAA college football news conference in Irving, Texas. Sam says he is gay, and he could ... read more >>
Loyola’s Jamal Adams to Coach Southern Boys Team: Etiwanda’s Dave Klectner to Receive Life Time Achievement Award
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 07 February 2014
Loyola High School’s Jamal Adams has been selected to coach the boy’s senior Southern Section all-star team at Collision XVI on Saturday April 19 at Redondo Union High School in Redondo. Adams, ... read more >>
BLACKS IN BUSINESS: Powerful Sports Agents Representing Color
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 07 February 2014
Blacks athletes who trust Blacks to guide their career Super Bowl XXVIII is now in the books and many of the players on both the winning Seahawks team and the deflated Denver squad will be reaching ... read more >>
APL Leaps Forward, Plants Roots in Los Angeles
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 07 February 2014
    It’s much to early to say move over Nike and Adidas, but a new athletic performance shoe company which is based in Los Angeles, Athletic Propulsion Labs, also known as APL, is aiming for the ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 06 February 2014
Long Beach Poly will hold a press conference to announce former New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce and their new head football coach at a press conference in the Poly auditorium at 2 p.m. on Thursday ... read more >>
Nike Extravaganza XIX @ Mater Dei High School
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 01 February 2014
Gardena Serra 81-Upland 50 Coach Dwan Hurt Serra Cavaliers continued to roll by routing the Highlanders in a morning affair during their first appearance at the Extravaganza. Five players scored in ... read more >>
Dodgers 11th Annual Community Caravan
Written by Sentinel Wire Services generainfo@lasentinel.net 30 January 2014
COMMUNITY CARAVAN: The fourth day of “Pitching in the Community will feature Dodger alumni Billy Ashley, Ron Cey, Al Ferrara, Reggie Smith and Steve Yeager who will visit Operation Gratitude. Caravan, presented ... read more >>
Raleah Cole is a Splash of Success
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 30 January 2014
GOING FOR IT: Culver City teenager Raleah Cole is a scholar-athlete and competing for the Royal Swim Team. Last week she captured first place in the 50-meter freestyle in South Gate, and with goals of ... read more >>
Chimezie Metu is the Next BIG Deal
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 24 January 2014
THE NEXT BIG DEAL: College recruiters will have one more year to land Chimezie Metu, the superstar from Lawndale High School who has put the basketball team on the map in the loaded CIF-SS Division I ... read more >>
UCLA & USC Basketball Keeping It on the Light Side: Local college teams decorate rosters with white players
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 24 January 2014
FACES IN A CROWD: On a rare night, Clippers stars Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan will show up at Pauley Pavilionand watch the Bruins play, but such sightings are far and few in between. ASSOCIATED ... read more >>
Forgetting Where You Came From
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 16 January 2014
Kawhi Leonard A couple of weeks ago I watched MLK Riverside High School team play in a tournament at Redondo Union High School. I could not refrain from asking one of the assistants how much Kawhi ... read more >>
2014 UCLA Football Schedule Announced
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 16 January 2014
Six home games include conference foes Oregon, USC and Stanford The Pac-12 unveiled the 2014 football schedule on Wednesday afternoon, with UCLA slated to play three non-conference contests and nine ... read more >>
Dodgers to Feature Kemp Figurine
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 16 January 2014
As part of their 2014 promotional schedule, the Dodgers will offer a Kids’ Adrian Gonzalez Replica Jersey (June 29 vs. STL) and a Matt Kemp Figurine (August 24 vs. NYM), the team announced. The first ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 16 January 2014
   Superstar Candice Parker currently does not have a team because the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA basketball team is currently without ownership. The Sparks ownership claimed loses of  $12 million ... read more >>
Charlie Strong promises Texas will be tough
Written by Jim Vertuno Associated Press 09 January 2014
Charlie Strong answers questions during a news conference where he was introduced as the new Texas football coach, Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, in Austin, Texas. Strong also acknowledged the historical significance ... read more >>
Collision Returns to Redondo Union
Written by Sentinel Wire Reports 09 January 2014
Collision XVI All Star game, the premier post season attraction for the regions top senior girls and boys from the Los Angeles City Section and CIF Southern Section, will return for the second year to ... read more >>
KEEPING IT 100: Shaw Shanked by Michigan State
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 09 January 2014
GET OFF ME: Michigan State receiver Bennie Fowler straight-arms a Stanford defender enroute to a huge gain at the 100th Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Jan. 1. Michigan State upset Stanford 24-22 to finish ... read more >>