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2012 Sports & Entertainment Career Fair
Written by Sentinel News Service 12 September 2012
 Are you looking to break into the Sports & Entertainment Industry? Do you just need the opportunity to get face to face with the right company? Here is your chance! The Los Angeles Sparks and STAPLES ... read more >>
The Alphas win the Frat Games softball championship
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 August 2012
  The Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., won the Frat Games softball championships for the fourth consecutive year.  Up next for Frat Games will be basketball.     read more >>
21 Countries to Represent in 2012 Los Angeles African Soccer Tournament
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 August 2012
  Sierra Leone’s Leone Stars win 2011 Los Angeles African Community Soccer Tournament   Two Day Event to take place Sept. 1 and 15th at Griffith Park Soccer Fields and Carson’s Home Depot Center ... read more >>
Jeter and Felix close out the Olympics
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 16 August 2012
   Carmelita Jeter pointed at the clock in amazement after the women’s 4x100-meter relay race.  Her team not only won the gold medal, but they also set a world record. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) United ... read more >>
U.S. rebounds in track to rack up several Olympic gold medals
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 15 August 2012
  U.S. 110-meter hurdlers Aries Merritt took the gold medal with a time of 12.92 seconds. AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus     Top 5 medal winners   Country Gold Silver Bronze Total United ... read more >>
Gabby Douglas soars to Olympic Greatness
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 09 August 2012
  AP Photo The Gold medal winning gymnast will inspire a generation of African Americans in the way that Venus & Serena Williams and Tiger Woods did.  The world’s greatest athletes converge ... read more >>
Jamaican sprinters run past the US in the 100
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 09 August 2012
  It did not take long for Jamaica’s Usain Bolt to show that the world had not caught up to him, as he won the 100-meter dash for a second consecutive Olympics.  AP Photo/Matt Dunham   Jamacia’s ... read more >>
Jamaican Fraser-Pryce edges Jeter for Olympic gold
Written by EDDIE PELLS (AP National Writer) 05 August 2012
    Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce celebrates winning gold in the women's 100-meter final during the athletics competition in the Olympic Stadium at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2012, ... read more >>
Gabby Douglas wins a second gold medal
Written by Associated Press 02 August 2012
  Earlier this week Gabby Douglas was a part of the USA team that won the gold in the team all around gymnastics competition.  Now she has become the first African American to win the individual competition.  ... read more >>
Going for the gold
Written by Associated Press 02 August 2012
  Gabrielle Douglas, as she reached for the gold Gabrielle Douglas was part of the U.S. women’s gymnastics team winning their first Olympic gold medal in women's gymnastics since 1996, and is also ... read more >>
Sigma Gamma Rho partners with USA Swimming
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 July 2012
  Sigma Gamma Rho International President Joann Loveless (left) and USA Swimming’s Talia Mark, Multicultural Marketing Manager for USA Swimming, signing the partnership agreement.  Photo by Glenn ... read more >>
NBA’s Brandon Jennings refurbishes basketball court in Compton
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 July 2012
  Tragniew Park received a major upgrade due to the efforts of Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings, who is from Compton.   Tragniew Park before it was refurbished.     Milwaukee Bucks ... read more >>
Dawn Harper is looking for a second gold medal at the London Olympics
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 11 July 2012
  Dawn Harper trains harder and more intense now that she can commit all of her attention to track.  Leading into the 2008 Olympics, she had three jobs as a recent college graduate, and she had to find ... read more >>
Against all odds- Ride-Kevin-Ride!
Written by Kenneth Miller Sentinel Contributing Writer 03 July 2012
  Blacks used to be very prominent in horseracing, but today there are only a few.  Kevin Krigger is one of the few, and he’s making the most of his opportunities.  Krigger has 6,196 mounts ... read more >>
Sprinters earn their ticket to the London Olympics
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 28 June 2012
 Justin Gatlin was the man before Usain Bolt hit the scene, but a four-year ban side tracked his career.  But this past Sunday he was able celebrate his win in the men's 100m finals at the U.S. Olympic ... read more >>
Tiger Woods moves the ratings dial
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 June 2012
When Tiger Woods is in contention for a tournament championship, the ratings go through the roof.  Associated Press photo By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netMany people still do ... read more >>
Cook honors single mothers at Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 16 May 2012
Brian Cook (left) poses with his wife Victoria Velasquez, two of their sons, Dorothy Williams, manager of Soul Food Kitchen, and Adolf Dulan, owner of Soul Food Kitchen.  Photo by Jason LewisBrian Cook ... read more >>
Former Carson High football player killed in shooting
Written by Associated Press 16 May 2012
Ken McRoyal was a native of New Orleans who moved to Carson after Hurricane Katrina.McRoyal walked onto the Idaho football team and earned a scholarship as a wide receiver. Ken McRoyal played football ... read more >>
Frat Games basketball at Gardena High School
Written by Sentinel News Service 02 May 2012
The “Nupes” of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc knocked off the “Iotas” of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc.   The Frat Games is creating a family environment while supporting the community. The Frat ... read more >>
LeRoy Walker passes away
Written by Associated Press 24 April 2012
LeRoy Walker, the first African-American to head the U.S. Olympic Committee and coach an American Olympic track and field team, has died. He was 93.Scarborough & Hargett Funeral home says Walker died ... read more >>
Tiger Woods is (almost) back!
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 28 March 2012
Tiger Woods finally got over the first hurdle in his comeback attempt.  He won a tournament.  Now he is the favorite to win the Masters, which would complete his comeback.  Photo by Phelan M. Ebenhack/APAfter ... read more >>
Staying active at Rancho Cienga Park
Written by Robert Gillard III 22 February 2012
Some of the senior citizens who walk at Rancho Cienga Park have been doing so for decades.  As one group member said, “You just can‘t have a body sitting all the time. You‘ve got to get out and ... read more >>
Los Angeles Kings celebrate Black History Month
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 February 2012
  The Los Angeles Kings will be holding two special events in honor of Black History Month. On Thursday February 16, 2012 they will feature three original Tuskegee Airmen (the first African American military ... read more >>
Comments from Facebook 1/18/12
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 January 2012
The Oakland Radiers are looking for a new stadium, and Downtown Los Angeles is one site that they are considering. Comments from the Los Angeles Sentinel Sports Section, The Los Angeles Sentinel, and the ... read more >>
Comments from facebook 1/12/12
Written by Sentinel News Service 12 January 2012
Comments from the Los Angeles Sentinel Sports Section, The Los Angeles Sentinel, and the Taste of Soul L.A. facebook pages.Hue Jackson was fired as Oakland Raiders head coach after only one season, in ... read more >>

 

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