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Student Athlete of the week: Tyrin Marks
Written by Robert Gillard III 10 February 2011
Verbum Dei’s Tyrin Marks has a lot to juggle around.  He maintains good grades while playing on his high school’s football and basketball team, and he also models and acts in commercials. Photo by ... read more >>
Black History Month: Pioneering Blacks in professional football
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 09 February 2011
Woodley Lewis played at Manual Arts High School and was the first black player to play in the Cotton Bowl while he was at the University of Oregon.  He later played for the Los Angeles Rams. Charles ... read more >>
NBA All-Star Jam Session
Written by Sentinel News Service 09 February 2011
NBA All-Star game tickets are going to be nearly impossible to come by, but that does not mean that locals will be shut out of the weekend’s festivities.  NBA All-Star Jam Session allows fans to interactively ... read more >>
Blockbuster trade could make or break Lakers championship hopes
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 09 February 2011
Kobe Bryant (left) and Carmelo Anthony could be an unstoppable force if they were teamed together, or the issue of not enough balls to go around could tear the Lakers apart.  We might find out what could ... read more >>
Black History: Curt Flood
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 February 2011
Flood reshaped the landscape of profession sports in a similar way that Jackie Robinson did.By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript ... read more >>
Student Athlete of the Week: Palisades high school’s Malcolm Creer
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 03 February 2011
Malcolm Creer was a decent running back as a junior, but with training from B2G Sports, he rushed for 1,270 yards, 19 touchdowns as a senior, and he is heading to the University of Colorado to play college ... read more >>
Around the NBA 2/2/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 03 February 2011
NBA owners are claiming that they are losing millions of dollars per season, and contraction has been considered.  The Minnesota Timberwolves are on a short list of teams that may not be around too much ... read more >>
Around the NFL 2/2/11
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 02 February 2011
The Green Bay Packers appear to be the favorites to win Super Bowl XLV, but James Harrison and the Pittsburgh Steelers show up for big games like this and they usually walk away as the winners. AP Photo/Don ... read more >>
Correction, Lakers are worse than last year
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 02 February 2011
After the past two NBA Finals, it appeared that Pau Gasol shook the soft label, but this season he's been as soft as ever. Photo by Jeff LewisShip the title to San Antonio, Boston, or Miami.  The Lakers ... read more >>
Lakers are not worse than last year
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 28 January 2011
If Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs continue to rack up wins in bunches, the Lakers will not have any chance at the No. 1 seed in the West. Photo by Jeff Lewis The Lakers are on pace to have a better ... read more >>
UCLA on the rise, USC trying to stay afloat
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 27 January 2011
USC prized recruit Bryce Jones (Taft HS) faced dismissal from the basketball team if he did not transfer. Photo by Leon Bennett UCLA can make a statement, extend win streak. USC must reach .500, make ... read more >>
Student Athlete of the Week: View Park's Danielle Pruitt
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 27 January 2011
View Park point guard Danielle Pruitt is an All City player who already has been on two City championship teams.  She’s reached great heights on the court while carrying a 4.2 GPA, which she’s taking ... read more >>
Around the NFL 1/26/11
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 26 January 2011
Donavan McNabb was the poster child for “quarterbacks get too much blame for a loss” when he played for the Philadelphia Eagles.  After last Sunday, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler may have ... read more >>
Around the NBA 1/25/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 25 January 2011
Blake Griffin has become the second biggest sports star in L.A., behind Kobe Bryant. Photo by Jason Lewis Clipper playoff hopes, the Carmelo Anthony saga continues and a look at the NBA’s hottest team.By ... read more >>
Around the NFL 1/20/11
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 20 January 2011
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver will have to come up with some big plays for the Packers to have a shot against a tough Chicago Bears defense in the NFL Championship Game. Photo by Jeff ... read more >>
The Clippers are being heard
Written by Tamara Latta (Sentinel Sports Writer) 20 January 2011
Eric Gordon is having his best season, and Blake Griffin is amazing as the Clippers knocked off both the Heat and the Lakers.  But as LeBron James said, they cannot simply get up for the best teams.  ... read more >>
2011 Bodybuilding.com Los Angeles Fitness Expo
Written by Super User 20 January 2011
January 29 and 30, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  15 Free Competitions Offer Non-Stop Action!Over 20,000 attendees will start the New Year right when The Bodybuilding.com Los Angeles Fitness Expo, ... read more >>
Around the NBA 1/20/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 20 January 2011
The Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose is averaging 24.4 points and 8.1 assists per game. Photo by Jeff Lewis Derrick Rose has supplanted Kevin Durant as MVP favorite; there are only six elite teams in the league--and ... read more >>
Westchester best in the City… on this side of the hill
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 20 January 2011
Senior power forward Bre’lon Leverette and the Westchester Comets soared past Fairfax 67-40. Photo by Jason Lewis Taft is the best team in the valley, and they are the team to beat in the City Section. ... read more >>
Darlene Anderson broke roller derby color barrier in 1958
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 20 January 2011
Darlene Anderson flies by opponents in a roller derby match.  She opened the doors for other blacks to perform in the sport. By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netEvery sport has an ... read more >>
The Clippers score big against the Heat
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 13 January 2011
Eric Gordon of the Clippers drives past Dwyane Wade for two of his 26 points. Photo by Jason Lewis Talk about a blast from the past.  Baron Davis scored 20 points and had nine assists against the Heat.  ... read more >>
TCU… National Champs!
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 January 2011
Auburn is the BCS champions, but TCU is the Sentinel’s champsBy Jason LewisSports Editorjasonl@sentinel.net The BCS got exactly what they wanted.  Two big time teams and a very exciting game that came ... read more >>
Rooney Rule a total success for black coaches in the NFL
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 13 January 2011
In 2003 only six percent of the NFL's head coaches were black.  Since then the numbers are up to 22 percent.  Head coaches such as Lovie Smith (above) have benefited from the Rooney Rule. Photo by Jeff ... read more >>
Around the NBA 1/13/11
Written by Michael Brown (Sentinel Sports Writer) 13 January 2011
Lamar Odom has played great this season, but there is worried that a new reality show could distract him. Carmelo Anthony can’t wait to get the “Nuggets” off of his chest.  Looks like he’d prefer ... read more >>
The extra mile: Speed Coach Milton Qualls
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 08 January 2011
Speed coach Milton Qualls is series about moving athletes in the right direction, as fast as they possibly can. Photo by Jeff Lewis   By Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor   Speed is of great ... read more >>

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