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Woods Makes First Comments Since Surgery
Written by Bob Harig, ESPN.com 03 July 2008
Saying he is wearing a full, straight knee brace and will need to be on crutches for at least three weeks, Tiger Woods made his first public remarks Monday since undergoing reconstructive surgery on June ... read more >>
New Mega Gym Opens in Hawthorne
Written by Johnni Matthews, Special to the Sentinel 03 July 2008
Hangar Athletic Exchange will host NBA and WNBA Basketball CampsSouthern California just got another big attraction in the Los Angeles area that will soon become the premier basketball facility on the ... read more >>
Fairfax Classic Offers Good First Impressions
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 03 July 2008
Alright, I know I said I was excited for football season in the last column but last week’s Nike Fairfax Classic got me refocused on the summer. It was great to finally watch teams that brought nearly ... read more >>
Money Talks or Players Walk
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 July 2008
COMING HOME: Los Angeles native Baron Davis verbally agreed to a 5-year, $65 million deal with the Clippers late Tuesday night. The deal is expected the first of several decisions the team will make in ... read more >>
Williams sisters to clash in Wimbledon final
Written by Associated Press 03 July 2008
Photo Credit: Anja Niedringhaus/APWIMBLEDON, England -- Venus and Serena Williams won in straight sets Thursday to set up their third all-sister Wimbledon final and seventh Grand Slam championship matchup. ... read more >>
The Spark of the Sparks
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 03 July 2008
IN HER WORDS: Sparks center and Morningside High School alumna Lisa Leslie, right, takes fans behind the scenes in her candid autobiography "Don't Let the Lipstick Fool You,"  Lisa Leslie ... read more >>
CORRECTION: Hart Leaves Unique Mark at Crenshaw
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 27 June 2008
When Crenshaw senior Cameron Hart was eight or nine years old, his mother Carole was driving him to football practice and asked him if he had finished his homework. Cameron said no, and his mother pulled ... read more >>
Loney Supports R.B.I. With Video Game “Lounge”
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 June 2008
The Los Angeles Dodgers will continue their support of several community programs created by Dodger players and coaches, with Dodger first baseman James Loney’s new initiative, “Loney’s ... read more >>
Former Westchester Hoop Stars Come Home
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 26 June 2008
Westchester High School alumnus Bobby Brown drives to the hole during the celebrity basketball game this past weekendWestchester High School honored some of their own this past Saturday afternoon. As ... read more >>
Bryant, Wade lead Olympic team selections
Written by Associated Press 26 June 2008
Former Dominguez standout Prince also makes roster CHICAGO (AP) - MVP Kobe Bryant will be heading to his first Olympics, and he’ll have LeBron James and Dwyane Wade with him. They will lead a ... read more >>
NSEF to host Gridiron War IX Saturday
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 26 June 2008
Nationwide Sports & Education Foundation (NSEF) will host their 9th annual Gridiron War football showcase on Saturday featuring some of the top high school players in the region. The game will be ... read more >>
Exploring Their European Options
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 26 June 2008
EYES ON 3: Arizona recruit Brandon Jennings, center, might choose to play in Europe if his SAT scores, due out today, deem him academically ineligible and his decision could influence USC signee DeMar ... read more >>
Gridiron War IX on June 28
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 June 2008
Ten years ago, tennis was not widely regarded as one of the more popular sports within South Los Angeles. Children not even old enough to speak had already mastered dunking their miniature size basketballs ... read more >>
Top Shop Pros Still Producing at Venus & Serena Williams Tennis Academy
Written by Ra’Kenna Joseph, Sentinel Intern 19 June 2008
Ten years ago, tennis was not widely regarded as one of the more popular sports within South Los Angeles. Children not even old enough to speak had already mastered dunking their miniature size basketballs ... read more >>
Lakers’ Newble Speaks Out Against Darfur Conflict
Written by Associated Press 19 June 2008
The children drew pictures of women with babies being shot in the back by soldiers, of helicopters and planes dropping bombs Those pictures and the faces of the children who drew them remain sharp in ... read more >>
Randolph Fired as Mets Manager
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 June 2008
After weeks of speculation that his job was in jeopardy, Willie Randolph finally got fired by the New York Mets while most fans were sleeping. Randolph became the first manager in the majors to be fired ... read more >>
Graduation Ends One Chapter and Starts Another
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 19 June 2008
It’s the best time of the year for high school seniors - that time when all the four years of hard work pays off with that piece of paper bearing your name. Graduation. Has there ever been one word ... read more >>
Hart Leaves Unique Mark at Crenshaw
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 June 2008
UPDATE: It was initially reported that Cameron Hart graduated Crenshaw High School as valedictorian, but in fact, Hart graduated No. 3 in his class with a 4.127 grade point average by Los Angeles ... read more >>
Tiger’s Latest Roar Brings About a Knee-Jerk Reaction
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 19 June 2008
All Still a Buzz After Epic 19-Hole Masterpiece It’s an hour before the NBA Finals at Staples Center and ESPN studio host Michael Wilbon is more concerned where Tiger is on the leader board of the ... read more >>
Week Gone Bad
Written by Jim Hill 12 June 2008
From Money May to Big Brown to Kobe Bryant, last week was a week when the best boxer pound for pound announced that he would retire for good from the sports of boxing, horse racing was left puzzled ... read more >>
He’s Piercing The Lakers’ Hearts
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 12 June 2008
 BITTERSWEET HOMECOMING: Paul Pierce, right, grew up rooting for the Lakers but now they stand in his way of an NBA Championship with Boston as Game 4 of the Finals kicks off tonight. It wasn’t ... read more >>
Just What Doc Ordered
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 05 June 2008
These aren’t the same old Celtics and Lakers I’m sure by now that you have read all of the historical storylines, and you have obviously witnessed on television and heard on radio all of ... read more >>
It’s Over! Who’s Next?
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 29 May 2008
The Lakers will play the Spurs in game five of the NBA Western Conference Finals at Staples Center on Thursday May 29, but their coronation as the best in the west was already confirmed with their thumping ... read more >>
Crenshaw Rallies to Win First City Softball Title
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 29 May 2008
The team poses with the Invitational trophy after winning the school's first softball championship Down 4-1 in the seventh, they defeat defending Invitational champion Lincoln 6-4 in ... read more >>
Lakers Give Us Something to Cheer About Again
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 22 May 2008
It’s not Magic or Kareem or Coop or Worthy, but to millions of Los Angeles residents who are struggling with escalating gasoline prices, daily traffic congestion and more importantly dwindling ... read more >>

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