Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Tiger Woods returns to winner's circle after two years
Written by Associated Press 05 December 2011
Tiger Woods poses with his trophy after winning the Chevron World Challenge golf tournament at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif.  Photo by Danny Moloshok (AP)After going more than two years ... read more >>
CBA favors owners, fans, and Clippers, but not Lakers
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 30 November 2011
Teams have to spend within 90 percent of the salary cap, so Blake Griffin may be playing with another super star or two pretty soon.  Photo by Jason LewisOwners flat out won as the players had to give ... read more >>
Bad Boarderz will be at the LA Ski Show & Snowboard Expo
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 30 November 2011
Members of Bad Boarderz at a recent trip to Mammoth Mountain. Get great deals on lift tickets and equipment, and interact with the ski and snowboarding community at Ski Dazzle.By Jason LewisSentinel Sports ... read more >>
Get in shape playing tennis at Rancho Cienega
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 November 2011
Get in shape like tennis pro Serena Williams!  Local tennis club says don’t want until New Year’s to get into shape. That’s what members of SoCal’s largest Black tennis club are asking.  With ... read more >>
Sierra Leone to face off against Cameroon in exhibition game to highlight Blacks in soccer
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 November 2011
BALDWIN HILLS – In an effort to put a Black face on the game of soccer in Los Angeles, Sierra Leone’s ‘Leone All Stars’ will face Cameroon’s CAMSOLA/L.A. Lions team in an exhibition game on ... read more >>
Around the NFL 11/30/11
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 30 November 2011
The Jaguars have been playing in front of some small crowds in Jacksonville.  That would all change if they moved to Los Angeles.  Photo by Jeff LewisBy Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netNdamukong ... read more >>
Comments from facebook 11/30/11
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 November 2011
Comments from the Los Angeles Sentinel Sports, Los Angeles Sentinel, and Taste of Soul facebook pages.NBA Lockout Lisa Allen- At least we'll open with a win (against the Bulls!) That'll make LA fans happy!Daphne ... read more >>
USC's rallying cry: "One more year!"
Written by Robert Gillard III (Sports Writer) 27 November 2011
USC freshman wide receiver Marqise Lee (Gardena Serra HS) was named PAC-12 offensive player of the week after their game at Oregon.  He lit UCLA up worse than he did Oregon, so he may get the honor again.  ... read more >>
When will UCLA hit rock bottom?
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 27 November 2011
USC wide receiver Robert Woods (Gardena Serra HS) toyed with UCLA defenders, as he caught 12 passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns, including this circus catch in the endzone.  Photo by Ken Brooks ... read more >>
High School Football: Crenshaw’s run comes to an end
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 26 November 2011
Crenshaw had a great run in the City Section, winning back-to-back City titles by crushing their opponents, but it all came to an end at San Pedro.  Photo by Jason Lewis Dorsey, Narbonne, Carson, San ... read more >>
It's Kobe Time! NBA lockout nearly over
Written by Brian Mahoney Associated Press 26 November 2011
If the NBA owners and players can finalize a deal, the Los Angeles Lakers will host the Chicago Bulls in the season opener on Christmas Day.  Photo by Jeff Lewis After nearly two years of bickering, ... read more >>
Remembering Walt Hazzard (1942-2011)
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 November 2011
Walt Hazzard (left), pictured with Reggie Miller, will be known as a great basketball player and coach, but he took it upon himself to lead young people in a direction of success.  Photo by Paul Chinn ... read more >>
High School Football: No surprises heading into the second round…
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 November 2011
…. Except for Culver City upsetting Gardena Serra! Serra entered the game as the No. 1 seed, but Culver City’s Kevin Porche signifies that his team was No. 1 that night as he tied the game with this ... read more >>
USC and Oregon showcased LA City’s finest
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 November 2011
Marqise Lee put on a showcase on national television, catching eight passes for 187 yards and a touchdown.  Photo by Associated Press By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netUSC’s 38-35 ... read more >>
Scenarios not in UCLA’s favor
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 November 2011
UCLA’s victory over Arizona St. helped them get to the top of the PAC-12 South division, but with one game left they will have a tough time making the first ever PAC-12 championship game.  Photo by ... read more >>
Local Tennis Club Recognized for National Championship
Written by Robert Gillard III (Sports Writer) 23 November 2011
Members of the Rancho Cienega Tennis Club 4.0 Senior Men’s Team pose with Southern California Tennis Association Executive Director Henry Talbert at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center on Nov. 19, 2011.  ... read more >>
Ringside Update 11/23/11
Written by Mohammed Mubarak 23 November 2011
Lamont Peterson (right) fought Victor Ortiz to a draw, but he will be looking for a different result against Amir Kahn on December 10.  Photo by Associated Press The very latest news coming off the wire ... read more >>
Around the NFL 11/19/11
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 19 November 2011
Who would have thought that the Raiders would be leading the AFC West, with the Broncos right there with them?  Photo by Craig Bennett.  By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netA month ... read more >>
Type I diabetes does not slow tennis player Elizabeth Profit
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 16 November 2011
Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth Profit is not sitting on the sidelines because of Type I diabetes, she is day dreaming about the day when she turns pro.  Photo by Jason LewisProfit manages her diabetes during ... read more >>
High School Football: Playoffs First Round this Friday
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 16 November 2011
Darrin Palmer and the Westchester Comets did themselves the great service by knocking off Fairfax 31-21 on Friday night.  The winner of the game would get to avoid one of the powers in the City Section ... read more >>
It's a family affair at Gardena Serra
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 16 November 2011
Emile Palacio (left) gives his son Kache Palacio (7) some advice on the sideline during a game.  Kache, who has verbally committed to SMU, has no issue listening to his father, who has coached him for ... read more >>
Woods receives Army All-American presentation at Inglewood
Written by Ken Brooks (Sentinel Sports Writer) 16 November 2011
Inglewood’s Derrick Woods helped his team turn their season around and make the playoffs.  He has been rewarded by being selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.  Photo by Ken Brooks Eight ... read more >>
High School Football- league titles and playoff spots up for grabs
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 10 November 2011
Some teams have already taken care of business heading into the final week of the regular season, but for a few teams, league titles and playoff spots are still up for grabs. The biggest game of this week ... read more >>
Joe Frazier, the man who beat Muhammad Ali
Written by Kennith Miller (Sentinel Correspondent) 09 November 2011
Smokin’ Joe Frazier Frazier and Muhammad Ali  Boxing World Mourns Its Soul of Sport: the pugilist known as Smokin’ Joe Frazier How ironic the death of boxing great Joe Frazier  was reported during ... read more >>
Magic Johnson brings awareness to HIV
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 07 November 2011
Photo by Jason LewisBy Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netEarvin “Magic” Johnson stood tall on the Staples Center floor on Mon., Nov. 7 — just like he did 20 years ago to the day ... read more >>



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