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Written by David Earley (Contributing Writer) 04 September 2010
 Crenshaw's De'Anthony Thomas, who has committed to USC, is the star of the City Section and he will be looking to lead his team to back-to-back City titles. (Photo by Jason Lewis)Fairfax and San Pedro ... read more >>
Dodgers dealing with divorces on and off the field
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 04 September 2010
 Mannywood, Mannymania, or whatever it is called, is over as Manny Ramirez is waived and then shipped to Chicago to play for the White Sox. (Photo by Jeff Lewis)Manny has been shipped out of town and ... read more >>
UCLA's optimism not a settling feeling
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 27 August 2010
  UCLA's optimism not a settling feeling Hopes are high in Westwood, but with question marks all over the offensive line, the pistol formation may not be enough to increase the offense's output. By ... read more >>
Student Athletes of the Week: Yohance Salimu & Junior Alexis
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 26 August 2010
 Yohance Salimu loves hitting quarterbacks, but his 4.2 GPA is going to lead him to the Air Force Academy to study Electrical Engineering.Junior Alexis won All City honors last year, and his 3.4 GPA makes ... read more >>
Gabby Maiden: First black female competitive snowboarder
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 26 August 2010
Gabby Maiden competes in the Snowboarding Rail Jam at the 4th Annual Supergirl Jam event at Venice Beach. (Photo by Jason Lewis) Gabby is a free spirit who loves traveling around with her friends from ... read more >>
Angel Hunter gets a new job
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 21 August 2010
 Angels' Torii Hunter warms up in the outfield before a game. He has won 10 Gold Gloves in centerfield, but he has been moved to right field.  (Photo by Jeff Lewis)By Tamara LattaSentinel Sports WriterAfter ... read more >>
Around the Nation: This week in College Football
Written by Michael Brown (Contributing Writer) 21 August 2010
  By Michael BrownSentinel Contributing Writer With two weeks to go before the 2010 college football season officially is kicked off, the local and national landscape is rife with potential storylines ... read more >>
Remembering Jack Johnson
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 21 August 2010
  Autographed postcard of boxer Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of the world. The back of the card reads, "Given to Verna Deckard in 1931."Sammy Sanders trained with Jack Johnson in ... read more >>
Student Athlete of the Week: Matthew Lyons
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 19 August 2010
 Dorsey linebacker Matthew Lyons intelligence and love for the game has allowed him to become a star player at Dorsey, and he will be heading to Washington on a football scholarship. (Photo by Jason ... read more >>
Affordable Group Tennis Lessons
Written by Sentinel News Service 14 August 2010
 Affordable Group Tennis Lessons with Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy's Master Tennis Instructor Le George MauldinInglewood, CA — The Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Academy located at the ... read more >>
Dodgers trying to stop the bleeding
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 14 August 2010
By Tamara LattaSentinel Sports WriterIt's been a long season full of offensive woes for the boys in blue. They remain in critical condition as the season continues to winds down. The Dodgers playoff hopes ... read more >>
600 home runs not what it used to be
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 14 August 2010
 Alex Rodriguez became the 7th member of the 600-homerun club without much fanfare. (Photo by Jeff Lewis)Ken Griffey Jr. is the only player over the past 39 years to reach the 600-homerun club without ... read more >>
Tiger in peril after worst performance ever
Written by Michael Brown (Contributing Writer) 14 August 2010
  This past weekend Tiger Woods' struggles went from simple bad to embarrassingly bad.  (Photo by Jeff Lewis) Once thought to be inevitable, Woods passing Nicklaus' record 18 career majors may not ... read more >>
Haney Vehemently Denies Mayweather’s Allegations
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 August 2010
Haney Vehemently Denies Mayweather’s AllegationsGym owner says boxing trainer is lying about threats  The sport of boxing has not been without its characters that enter the sport from humble beginnings.There ... read more >>
One of the Greatest Hall of Fame classes ever
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 12 August 2010
 Jerry Rice (top), the NFL's all time leading receiver, and Emmitt Smith (bottom), the NFL's all time leading rusher, headline the Hall of Fame class of 2010. (Photos by Jeff Lewis)By Jason LewisSentinel ... read more >>
Angels continue to look for answers
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 11 August 2010
 The Angels have fallen behind in the AL West, but Torii Hunter is not ready to give up.  (Photo by Jeff Lewis)By Tamara LattaSentinel Sports WriterThe Angels haven’t been playing great baseball lately ... read more >>
Road to the X-Games
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 11 August 2010
 Legendary skateboarding champion Steve Steadham catches some air at the Skate Pro Legends event at the X Games. (Photo by Jason Lewis)One of the most thrilling competitions at the X Games was the BMX ... read more >>
Former NBA Player Lorenzen Wright Found Dead
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 11 August 2010
 Lorenzen WrightWright, who was a first round pick of the Clippers, was found shot to death By Jason LewisSentinel Sports EditorFormer NBA player Lorenzen Wright, who was drafted seventh overall by the ... read more >>
Serra’s Robert Woods named State Athlete of the Year
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 29 July 2010
 Robert Woods dominated as a wide receiver, defensive back, and track athlete.  He also carried a 4.0 GPA his senior year and a 3.5 overall GPA. (photo by Scott Kurtz)By Jason LewisSentinel Sports EditorSerra ... read more >>
NBA Rising Stars compete for a spot on TEAM USA Roster
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 29 July 2010
 Kevin Durant is the star player on a USA basketball team that will look totally different from the one that won the gold medal in the 2008 Olympics. (Photo by Nick Koza)Russell Westbrook, from Leuzinger ... read more >>
Mike Garrett retires as Trojans A.D.
Written by Michael Brown (Contributing Writer) 29 July 2010
  Mike Garret served as USC Athletic Director for 17 years. The Trojan won 23 national titles and USC built the Galen Center under his watch. USC's outgoing athletic director was a pioneer on campus ... read more >>
Paying college athletes is nothing but trouble
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 29 July 2010
Former UCLA Bruin Price has earned the right to cash the big checks in the NFL. But paying players before they get there would be a mistake. Photo by Jason Lewis By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editor Obviously ... read more >>
Mayweather/Pacquiao super fight still a no-go
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 July 2010
 Many believe that Floyd Mayweather is the pound-for-pound best fighter in boxing, but he needs to defeat Manny Pacquiao to erase all doubt.By Jason LewisSentinel Sports EditorThe Floyd Mayweather/Manny ... read more >>
Az-Zahir Hakim promotes Gratitude, Attitude, Motivation and Education
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 July 2010
 There was a lot of young talented football players at the daylong football camp. (Photo by Jason Lewis)Az-Zahir Hakim addressed the young student athletes at the conclusion of the camp. (Photo by Jason ... read more >>
NFL ‘underdog’ excels on and off the field
Written by Michael Brown (Contributing Writer) 23 July 2010
 Kansas City Chiefs safety Reshard Langford is prepared for the uphill battle that can lead him to NFL stardom.While many players are enjoying their final days before training camp opens, Langford is ... read more >>

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