Stan The M A N Mater’s Dei’s Stanley Johnson is already the best Monarch Ever!
    LAS VEGAS--- There were more than 2,000 teams playing in the last summer basketball tournament of the year, and there were thousands of potential college prospects here last weekend at the Las ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Services 24 July 2013
Sparks forward Candace Parker topped the Western Conference and ranked second overall with 33,810 votes to be selected as a Western Conference starter for the 2013 Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star Game. Parker ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth Miller Asst. Managing Editor 18 July 2013
The start of the high school basketball season doesn’t tip off till four months from now, but gauntlet has already been dropped by Serra High School of Gardena, which recently defeated Mater Dei. Although ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth Miller Asst. Managing Editor 17 July 2013
It was about 18 months ago when a friend brought to my attention a young boxer who aspired to turn professional. I figured that if this kid was worth anything then somebody in sport of boxing would ... read more >>
Culver City's Tyler Haye has beaten the odds
Written by Robert Gillard (Sentinel contributing writer 16 July 2013
    Football is a not just a contact sport, but a collision sport. This is why football players are often considered tough. But that toughness doesn’t necessarily come from playing the sport. Many ... read more >>
BCAA hosts 5K walk/run to promote diabetes awareness
Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Sports Editor, 16 July 2013
Andre Farr, BSAA Chairman, is surrounded by Stuart Scott, Matt Barnes, and Kevin Frazier to his left, and Alex Nasrawi, owner of Lex Diamond International, to his right.  Photo by Jason Lewis     The ... read more >>
Ryan Hollins gives back to his community through his yearly basketball camp
Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Sports Editor, 16 July 2013
Clippers center will host his yearly four day camp at Pasadena Muir High School, August 5-8   Photos by Jeff Lewis     Los Angeles Clippers center Ryan Hollins believes in giving back to his ... read more >>
The Mobile Gym
Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Sports Editor, 15 July 2013
Many people are ditching the gym and purchasing their own fitness equipment, which they can easily transport to a local park or use at home for intense workouts.     Anthony Cephas, who played football ... read more >>
Athlete's Corner: Advanced Calisthenics are pushing athletes to the extreme
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 14 July 2013
Anthony Cephas was a star wide receiver and track athlete at Fairfax High School, which led him to weight training.  But he ditched the heavy lifting in favor of intense forms of push ups and pull ups.  ... read more >>
St. Bernard's Varsity Football Team is Back!
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 14 July 2013
After a one year hiatus, St. Bernard will light up Friday nights again.     Even though St. Bernard did not have a varsity football team last year, their JV team went undefeated in a seven game ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth Miller Asst. Managing Editor 10 July 2013
It is a done deal now and the Lakers and D12 can officially move on their separate ways now. Kobe doesn’t have to unfollow him again on twitter and Laker fans can stop saying they didn’t really ... read more >>
Who Wants to be a Laker? It’s Boom or Bust in Quest for Dwight Howard
Written by Kenneth Miller Asst. Managing Editor 03 July 2013
  If you were one of the thousands attending the inaugural BET Experience which held LA Live hostage for fun this past weekend, you couldn’t help but notice the Lakers plea for free agent center ... read more >>
Cali Boys dominate in Detroit
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 20 June 2013
The Sound Mind Sound Body football camp was a playing ground for the six Los Angeles high school football players that made the trip. The Cali Boys: (L to R) Marcus Moore (Culver City High School), ... read more >>
The LAPD and the Watts Bears are curtailing gang activity
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 20 June 2013
  The LAPD coached Watts Bears is giving young boys an alternative to gang life.     By Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor   There are several layers to youth football.  ... read more >>
Local Legend: John Brown
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 20 June 2013
Bodybuilder John Brown grew up in Compton, and he went on to win two Mr. Universe and three Mr. World championships.   John Brown won the Mr. Universe title in 1981 and 1982, and he was one of the ... read more >>
Clippers Chaos! What in Dunkin’ Griffin is Going On Here?
Written by Kenneth Miller, Assistant Managing Editor 20 June 2013
Clippers star Blake Griffin (left) has his name linked to a trade that would bring Dwight Howard from the Clippers, but at the center of all the crazy Clippers rumors is free agent Chris Paul (right) ... read more >>
Donald Penn promotes fundamentals at St. Bernard camp
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 19 June 2013
St. Bernard alum provides a free learning experience for youth of all ages. Oakland Raiders cornerback Joselio Hanson (St. Bernard), Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson and Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... read more >>
Serra's Ellis Salahuddin transfers
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 June 2013
Ellis Salahuddin (25) is pictured here with Gardena Serra's Southern Section Division 4AA   Gardena Serra point guard Ellis Salahuddin, who was a key member of two championship teams, has transferred. ... read more >>
Father's Day Special: Matt Bowen Sr. changes his family dynasty
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 14 June 2013
Bowen did not have much of a father figure growing up, but he made sure that his four children did.     Matt Bowen Sr. is on the sidelines of every Fairfax game to support his son Myles (5), just ... read more >>
The Special Olympics showcased the very best in sports
Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Sports Editor, 14 June 2013
Over 1,100 athletes competed at Long Beach State, and over 7,000 athletes from 170 countries will be on hand when the Special Olympics World Games comes to Los Angeles in 2015.      Jeffrey Morris ... read more >>
Serena Williams Father Always Knew Best
Written by Kenneth Miller, Assistant Managing Editor 14 June 2013
Richard Williams told people his young  daughter would be better than Venus     It was just a normal humid day on the family estate in Palm Beach Garden some 17 years ago when the father of the ... read more >>
The Drew League showcases the best talent in the world
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, 12 June 2013
There are no excuses at the Drew League.  The talent level is so great that everybody has to show up and play hard or get embarrassed.  Photo by Jason Lewis   The Drew League attracts some of ... read more >>
High School State Champions- Gardena Serra boy's and Long Beach Poly girl's bring home titles
Written by Sentinel News Service 06 June 2013
Gardena Serra's boys 4x400 meter relay team won the State title with a nation leading time of 3:10.59.  Dorsey also ran a blazing time, clocking in at 3:12.21, which is one of the fastest times in the ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Service 06 June 2013
Elgin Baylor’s 1971-72 NBA Championship Ring sells for $132,000 along with many other highlights   Elgin Baylor's game worn Lakers warm up jacket sold for $21,250.  Photo courtesy of Julien's Auctions   Elgin ... read more >>
CIF City Section Track & Field Championship Meet
Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Sports Editor, 27 May 2013
  At Birmingham High School   Photos by Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor      Boys 100   Dorsey’s Lee Lawson pulled away with the boy’s 100-meter dash, winning ... read more >>