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Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 May 2011
Rahim Moore went from Dorsey to UCLA and now to the NFL. Photo by Jason Lewis Titus Young played for University High School and then Boise St.  He was drafted by the Detroit Lions. Photo by Jeff Lewis ... read more >>
Free Dodgers tickets for members of the military
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 May 2011
Tuskegee Airman Theodore Lumpkin is honored before a Dodgers game that celebrated Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in baseball. Photo by Jill Weisleder/LA DodgersHall of Fame Manager and Army ... read more >>
Around the NBA 5/5/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 05 May 2011
Rose wins the NBA MVP Award, but will his team survive semifinals? Also, news and analysis from around the league.By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports WriterTop-Seeded Bulls Look Ripe for Upset The Bulls ... read more >>
UCLA men and USC women win at annual dual meet
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 05 May 2011
USC’s Nia Ali (left), UCLA’s Lindsay Rowe (middle) and USC’s Lauren Blackburn (right) are nearly even going over the third hurdle of the women’s 100-meter hurdles, but Ali pulled away to win (12.97) ... read more >>
Around the NBA 4/22/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 22 April 2011
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant scored 41 points in Game 1 against the Denver Nuggets. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)Memphis Grizzlies head coach Lionel Hollins is looking to upset the top seeded Spurs. ... read more >>
Dodgers pay tribute to Jackie Robinson at Crenshaw High School
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 21 April 2011
Don Newcombe introduces Crenshaw alum Trayvon Robinson and other Dodger participants to Crenshaw High School.Tony Gwynn Jr. meets a Crenshaw High School student. Photos by Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers The Dodgers ... read more >>
Around the NBA 4/13/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 13 April 2011
Heading into the playoffs, everybody wants to avoid playing the Oklahoma City Thunder. Photo by Jeff Lewis Possible first round series to keep an eye on; Derrick Rose’s dilemma; and the Nets fined $50,000 ... read more >>
Lakers are Unbelievable
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 April 2011
The Lakers are playing some uninspired basketball as of late, but come playoff time, count on the more focused championship team to re-emerge. Kobe Bryant is not about to let this team come up short. Photo ... read more >>
For Moments during the Masters, Woods Looks like Tiger of Old
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 13 April 2011
Tiger Woods had viewers on the edge of their seats as he made a late rally at the Masters. Photo by Jeff LewisBack at the friendly confines of Augusta, Woods ties for the lead Sunday before placing fourth.By ... read more >>
Locals run blazing times at Arcadia
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 April 2011
Remontay McClain of Covina (left) edged out George Farmer of Serra (right) at the State championships last year, but at Arcadia, it was Farmer who out leaned McClain with a time of 10.62. Photo by Jason ... read more >>
Streaks on the line for City Boys and Southern Girls at Collision XIII
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 April 2011
11 D-I basketball recruits highlight Southern Section boys roster for April 16 showdown The LA City Section boys team will be hard pressed to extend their winning streak to three and the Southern Section ... read more >>
UConn’s Win Solidifies Big Conference Dominance
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 April 2011
UConn’s Kemba Walker, who was the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, shows that big conference teams still soar over mid majors. Photo by Eric Gay (AP)For a second year in a row Butler has to ... read more >>
Lakers might need to hit the off switch
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 April 2011
The bulky brace on Andrew Bynum’s right leg has kept his knee healthy for the most part.  Without it he may have had another serious injury when a teammate crashed into him this past weekend. Photo ... read more >>
Around the NBA 4/6/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 06 April 2011
Nuggets and Knicks heading in opposite directions; Shaq re-injured; Rodman makes the Hall of Fame By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports Writer Denver, New York Head in Opposite Directions since Big Trade ... read more >>
Black History: Alejandro Pompez- The Godfather
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 April 2011
By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netA pretty much forgotten, but extremely intriguing figure from the 1920s and ‘30s was Alejandro Pompez, who was born in 1890 in Key West, Florida, ... read more >>
Interesting when the shoe is on the other foot
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 02 April 2011
BYU’s Jimmer Fredette has been compared to top white players, but not black players. (AP Photo) BYU’s Jimmer Fredette has been compared to white basketball players instead of the top scorers in the ... read more >>
Final Four Preview
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 02 April 2011
In the inevitable battle of David versus Goliath Monday night for the title, who’s who?By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports Writer With two traditional powers battling it out on one side of the bracket ... read more >>
Sports Photographer Jeff Lewis runs the LA Marathon
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 24 March 2011
Sports photographer Jeff Lewis is used to shooting athletes, but this time he was the athlete in the shot. Photo by Jason Lewis Jeff Lewis has become accustomed to photographing the athletes, but he ... read more >>
Around the NBA 3/22/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 23 March 2011
The suspension of Andrew Bynum looked like it would be a problem because he has been playing so well as of late, but with veteran leadership with the likes of Derek Fisher (above) and company, the Lakers ... read more >>
Women’s History Month: America’s Golden Girls
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 March 2011
Florence Griffith-Joyner (left) and Jackie Joyner-Kersee are two of the most celebrated female athletes in American sports history. Florence Griffith-Joyner and Jackie Joyner-Kersee combined for five ... read more >>
Polee turning Manual Arts around
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 March 2011
Dwayne Polee Sr., standing in front of the 1980/81 championship banner that he helped win, had a trick up his sleeve after leading Manual Arts to its first playoff victory since 2005, in his first year ... read more >>
Rose’s Uncle Tom comments more about Class than Race
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 March 2011
Grant Hill (above) felt the need to reply to Jalen Rose after being called an Uncle Tom because of his middle class upbringing. Photo by Jeff Lewis    Grant Hill offers rebuttal to Jalen Rose’s comments ... read more >>
Hunt for Bonds continues
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 March 2011
Barry Bonds has been out of sight, out of mind for four years now, but the federal government is out to get their man. Photo by Jeff LewisFans do not view Bonds as the home run king because of his steroid ... read more >>
NFL Star Nnamdi Asomugha to Host Fifth Annual Asomugha Foundation Gala
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 17 March 2011
Former Narbonne High School star Nnamdi Asomugha has been a great player on the field, and a great person off of it.  Through his foundation he promotes education and helps orphans and widows in Africa. ... read more >>
Around the NBA 3/16/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 16 March 2011
“You guys are in store for a lot of other championships,” Michael Jordan said, referring to the Chicago Bulls’ current team.  With the Boston Celtics struggling, the Bulls could end up with the ... read more >>



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