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“Whatever” attitude has ruined more than Christmas for the Lakers
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 27 December 2010
The Lakers didn't seem to care much for the Christmas day match up, while LeBron James and the Heat saw it as a statement game.  The Lakers haven't seem to have the need to make any kind of statement ... read more >>
Letters to the Editor 12/25/10
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 25 December 2010
Michael Vick and DeSean Jackson I guess the Giants did not get the memo - so let me resend it:To: NY GiantsFrom: HouseQuakeRE: Do Not Kick to DeSean Jackson...If you punt the ball to DeSean Jackson, he ... read more >>
Around the NFL 12/22/10
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 December 2010
Note to all punters, kicking the ball to the Philadelphia Eagles DeSean Jackson (Long Beach Poly HS), will lead to points going up on the opposition’s scoreboard. Photo by Jeff LewisBy Jason LewisSports ... read more >>
Floyd Mayweather gives back to the community
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 22 December 2010
by Tamara LattaSports WriterOn Sunday boxer Floyd Mayweather hosted a charity celebrity basketball game at Westchester High School. He was there to support Fight for a Cause Now, which is a non-profit ... read more >>
First look at the NBA’s super match up
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 December 2010
Kobe Bryant (left) and LeBron James faced off last year on Christmas Day.  This time James is bringing some new friends. Photo by Jeff Lewis By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editor This email address is ... read more >>
Student Athlete of the Week: Blair Holliday
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 22 December 2010
Standing at 6'3", 195 lbs, running a 4.5 40 yard dash and carrying a 3.7 grade point average, Oaks Christian wide receiver Blair Holliday can pretty much write his own ticket anywhere. By Jason LewisSports ... read more >>
Around the NBA 12/22/2010
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 22 December 2010
The Orlando Magic are hoping that guard Gilbert Arenas can "get right" so that they can compete with the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat in the East. Photo by Jeff Lewis  Bynum returns, Arenas traded ... read more >>
Bright outlook for USC football, despite tough season
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 16 December 2010
Matt Barkley (7), Ronald Johnson (83), and Robert Woods (13), had plenty to smile about during the season, as they had a number of highlights.  As for the defense, not so many smiles on that side of the ... read more >>
Around the NBA
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 16 December 2010
If Carmelo Anthony has his way, he'll be ditching the Nuggets jersey for a Knicks jersey. Photo by Jeff LewisLakers; Clippers; Carmelo Anythony; and the Mavericks are on fireBy Michael Brown, Sentinel ... read more >>
Letters to the Editor 12/16/10
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 16 December 2010
Sportsman Family Billiards & Restaurant “Cool story. So true about pool losing its viability with young people. Sportsman sounds like a cool place to kick it. I was a manager at a Billiards for three ... read more >>
Crenshaw came in as the Two, but they were obviously the One
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 12 December 2010
Crenshaw players pose with the City championship trophy at the Coliseum for a second consecutive season.Crenshaw's Shaquille Shelton returns an interception for a first quarter touchdown, just moments ... read more >>
Fairfax runs away with the City Section’s Division II Title
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 11 December 2010
Fairfax celebrates a Division II championship after a dominating win over Chatsworth.Matt Bowen, the City’s leading rusher, was too much for Chatsworth’s defense, as he rushed for 213 yards. Photos ... read more >>
Gardena Serra wins back to back titles
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 11 December 2010
Serra's passing game was contained, so running back Shaquille Richard picked up the slack by rushing for 162 yards. George Farmer, who committed to USC, hurdled two defenders on his way to a 59 yard touchdown ... read more >>
Letters to the Editor
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 09 December 2010
City Section football championship games “Carson vs. the 'Shaw. Order is restored in the old 4a city tradition. The Colts might give Crenshaw a good run this year.”-Michael Brown via facebookCongratulations ... read more >>
Carson, Crenshaw, Fairfax, and Serra battle for championships
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 08 December 2010
Carson running back Dion Willis shakes off a Taft defender on the way to his second touchdown of the night.  He rushed for 108 yards, and fellow running back Myles Johnson rushed for 109 yards. Photo ... read more >>
Sportsman Family Billiards & Restaurant is the cool spot
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 08 December 2010
Pool Hall Tony (above) said to Little Dog “I don’t even know why you’re on my table.”  Little Dog replied, “Shut up sucka!”  And they both fell out laughing.  Watching those two bicker back ... read more >>
NCAA’s Farce of a National Championship Game and Heisman Trophy Race
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 08 December 2010
Auburn's Cam Newton looks like college football's best player, but if the NCAA would enforce their own rules, Newton would not be eligible to play. By Jason LewisSports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netThe NCAA ... read more >>
Taft Poised to Unseat Westchester for Basketball Crown
Written by Eric Lambkins II 08 December 2010
Spencer Dinwiddie’s 18 points helped Taft get past Westchester and it earned him an MVP award. Photo by Nick Koza First step for Taft was beating Westchester this past SaturdayBy Eric Lambkins IISentinel ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 14
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 08 December 2010
The only cool thing about this year’s UCLA/USC match up was that they both wore their dark jerseys again.  Other than that, even with the electrifying Robert Woods (above) there wasn’t much to see ... read more >>
Clippers’ youngsters continue to burn
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 02 December 2010
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin has been dunking on everybody lately, but without veteran leadership, the Clippers continue to come up on the losing end. Photo by Craig Bennit By Tamara ... read more >>
Around the NFL Week 12
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 01 December 2010
Two weeks ago Raider Nation could be heard loud and clear, but now, not so much.  After two consecutive losses, their season is getting away from them, and they need to beat the San Diego Chargers to ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football Week 13
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 01 December 2010
By Michael Brown, Sentinel Sports WriterDuring week 13 of the college football season, two top ranked teams had their mettle tested in crucial road games in-conference against ranked opponents this past ... read more >>
High School Football playoff quarterfinals results/semifinals schedule
Written by Super User 27 November 2010
Terrance Hall (above) rushed for 118 yards and Matt Bowens added 131 rushing yards, which allowed Fairfax to maintain their lead throughout the night.  But Hamilton would not go away.  With Fairfax clinging ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football week 12
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 24 November 2010
USC and UCLA fall flat on the road, Boise St looks to move up in rankings, and a number of big match ups this weekend, highlighted by No. 21 Arizona at No. 1 Oregon and No. 2 Auburn at No. 11 AlabamaBy ... read more >>
Serra and Dominguez on collision course for Western Division Title, plus scores, schedules, and rankings
Written by Eric Lambkins II 24 November 2010
Chris Brown and the Dominguez Dons (left) and George Farmer and the Gardena Serra Cavaliers (right) appear to be on a collision course for the Division IV title, but Inglewood and Chaminade will try to ... read more >>

 

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