Bruiser Grappling Academy opens in South Los Angeles
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 November 2010
By Jason LewisSports Editor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Michon “Bruiser” Neal had the vision of bringing his passion to the area where ... read more >>
Howard has game planned his way to the top
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 November 2010
Todd Howard makes in game adjustments with UCLA defensive linemen during a home game.Photo courtesy of UCLA A decision 37 years ago has led Todd Howard to become UCLA’s Associate Head Coach, and could ... read more >>
Around the NFL
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 November 2010
The New Orleans Saints are scoring 11 less points per game than last season, but they have stayed in the playoff hunt.  Getting Reggie Bush back in the second half of the season should add the fire power ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 9
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 01 November 2010
Oregon running back LaMichael James may have sealed the Heisman Trophy by rushing for 239 yards and three touchdowns on national television against the USC Trojans. Photo by Jeff Lewis Oregon is at ... read more >>
Arizona hands UCLA third loss in a row
Written by Eric Lambkins II 31 October 2010
Arizona Remains in Pac-10 Title Hunt as they Hand UCLA 3rd Straight Loss By Eric Lambkins II Sentinel Sports Writer   No. 15 ranked Arizona Wildcats (7-1, 4-1) remain in the hunt for the Pac-10 title ... read more >>
USC pounded by Oregon
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 31 October 2010
No happy Homecoming for the Trojans as Oregon moved the ball almost at-will, and put the brakes on USC’s offense for much of the second half   By Michael Brown Sentinel Sports Writer   USC head ... read more >>
Carson holds off Narbonne 26-23, plus week 8 scores
Written by Eric Lambkins II 31 October 2010
Carson running back Dion Willis helped set up a late first half touchdown, giving Carson a 26-10 halftime lead. That touchdown ended up being the deciding score because Narbonne shut Carson out in the ... read more >>
Trojans will attempt to stifle prolific Oregon offense
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 29 October 2010
Spotlight on USC’s defense as Oregon’s nation-leading offense leads the No. 1 ranked team.By Michael BrownSentinel Sports WriterIn a role reversal of sorts, USC will take the field this Saturday at ... read more >>
UCLA looks to end losing streak against Arizona
Written by Eric Lambkins II (Sentinel Sports Writer) 29 October 2010
UCLA looks to end their two game losing streak, while the No. 15 Arizona Wildcats will enter the Rose Bowl seeking to keep their Pac-10 title hopes alive. By Eric Lambkin II Sentinel Sports Writer In ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 8
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 28 October 2010
New week new No. 1, BCS polls, PAC-10 realignment, and big games of the week.Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports WriterWell, that didn’t last long. Oklahoma’s stint as the nation’s top ranked team lasted ... read more >>
Lakers Run For 17th Title Will Be Special
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 27 October 2010
Before their season opener against the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers were presented with championship rings. Photo by Jeff LewisThe Lakers are one title behind the Boston Celtics, who will fight ... read more >>
Blake Griffin earns respect
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 27 October 2010
Blake Griffin looks like he will live up to the hype and make the Clippers respectable. Photo by Craig BennettBy Tamara LattaSentinel Sports Writer The Clippers have a real beast on their roster.  Blake ... read more >>
Inglewood defeats Culver City in 66-60 3-OT thriller, week 7 wrap up, week 8 schedule, and rankings
Written by Eric Lambkins II, and David Earley 24 October 2010
Inglewood defeats Culver City in 66-60 3-OT thrillerBy Eric Lambkins II,Sentinel Sports WriterIf it weren’t for Inglewood cornerback Andrew Moore’s interception in the third overtime, Inglewood and ... read more >>
Over reaction to helmet-to-helmet hits
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 October 2010
This is an illegal helmet-to-helmet hit.  The NFL is cracking down on illegal hits only.This is a legal hit.  If the defenders helmet in this play collides with the ball carrier's helmet, he will not ... read more >>
Oregon embarrasses UCLA
Written by Eric Lambkins II 22 October 2010
Ducks Put Bruin Hopes into HibernationBy Eric Lambkins IISentinel Sports WriterEUGENE, Oregon—The Ducks were clearly the best team Thursday, and arguably the nation, as the Oregon cruised to a 60-13 ... read more >>
Katrina Cop in the Superdome
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 21 October 2010
Last year the nation fell in love with the show that the New Orleans Saints were putting on in the Superdome, but five years ago New Orleans police officer Rhett Charles saw the stadium in a different ... read more >>
Woods Starring as Superman at USC
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 21 October 2010
USC true freshman wide receiver Robert Woods had 19 receptions for 340 yards and five touchdowns the past two weeks.Photo by Jeff LewisRobert Woods last two performances has made him a star with local ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 7
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 21 October 2010
By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports WriterThe Texas Longhorns’ upset win on the road against fifth ranked Nebraska proved to be a harbinger of things to come last Saturday, as six other top 25 teams fell ... read more >>
Around the NFL Week 7
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 20 October 2010
Not even a playoff game with Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees, who play in the largest market in the nation, could top the NFL in ratings.Photo by Jeff Lewis By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.net"Football’s ... read more >>
High School Football Week 6 wrap up, Week 7 schedule and rankings
Written by David Earley (Sentinel Sports Writer) 16 October 2010
Too much speed for Westchester. Fairfax wide receiver Eric Pugh caught a short pass, turned it up the sideline and race for a 78-yard touchdown in Fairfax's 24-13 win . Photo by Jason Lewis Gabriel Marks ... read more >>
USC attempts to overcome injuries as they head to Cal
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 15 October 2010
Normal 0 0 1 486 2774 23 5 3406 11.1282 0 0 0 Photo by Jeff Lewis Star freshman wide receiver Robert Woods practiced at cornerback this week. By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports Writer ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 6
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 14 October 2010
    By Michael Brown Sentinel Sports Writer     Entering his sixth season as South Carolina’s head coach, Steve Spurrier, was still looking for that elusive “signature” victory.   Last ... read more >>
Going the Extra Mile: Top Gun QB/WR Academy
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 October 2010
A Top Gun QB/WR Academy athlete digs down deep to snag a ball in the back of the endzone. Photo by Jason Lewis   By Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor jasonl@lasentinel.net Going the extra ... read more >>
NASCAR becoming more diverse
Written by Christian Lewis (Sports Writer) 13 October 2010
The Pepsi 400 was run at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana this past Sunday.Photo by Jeff Lewis<!--[if !supportEmptyParas]--> <!--[endif]--><!--[if !supportEmptyParas]--> <!--[endif]-->By ... read more >>
Around the NFL Week 6
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 October 2010
Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens has reason to celebrate. The Ravens are off to a 4-1 start and are arguably the best team in the league.Photo by Jeff Lewis By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.net ... read more >>

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