Around the Nation: College Football- USC struggles passing the ball; UCLA takes a step in the right direction; BCS title race
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 19 October 2012
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin (Dorsey High School) helped the Bruins grind out a 21-14 victory over Utah.  Photo by Jason Lewis   USC remains in limbo   It's hard to figure this USC team ... read more >>
Student Athlete of the Week: View Park's Cameron Griffin
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 18 October 2012
View Park junior linebacker Cameron Giffin uses size, speed, math, and physics to "bring the pain" on opposing ball carriers.  And his 3.67 gpa will help him get to college.  Photo by Jason Lewis  ... read more >>
Reede named 2012 Youth Golfer of the Year
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 October 2012
    James Reede III, currently a freshman at Jackson State University, has been selected by the African-American Golfers Hall of Fame as the 2012 Youth Golfer of the Year.  He will be inducted ... read more >>
High School Footbll: Week 7 scores, Week 8 schedule, and the Top 10
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 October 2012
Chauntez Jackson helped Inglewood break into the Sentinel top 10 by knocking off Culver City.  Photo by Ken Brooks Last week’s results    Crenshaw 42, Locke 8 Dorsey 55, Rancho Dominguez 0 Manual ... read more >>
High School Football: Messages sent as league play begins; Week 6 results, Week 7 schedule; Top 10
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 10 October 2012
Long Beach Poly's Gerald Wicks races past defenders in their 42-3 victory over Lakewood.  Photo by Ken Brooks   After only one week of league play, a number of teams sent a message that they have ... read more >>
Around the NFL- RGIII vs. Luck... vs. Newton; Vick continues to struggle; NFC's best; Randy Moss not playing; Manning not back yet
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 10 October 2012
Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III could have run out of bounds, thrown the ball away, or slid feet first before a defender was near him.  But he did not do any of those three ... read more >>
Lakers kick off preseason with a lot of attention
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 10 October 2012
  With their offseason additions, the Lakers are attracting a ton of attention.  Well, they are the Lakers, so they always attract attention.  Photo by Leon Bennett      Usually nobody pays attention ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football- UCLA & USC; Florida is for real, LSU is not; National championship race
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 10 October 2012
Up until this past weekend, red-shirt quarterback Brett Hundley had played really well.  But in a 43-17 loss at Cal he threw four interceptions.  Photo by Tony Avelar (AP)      Fans duped again ... read more >>
Mike Haynes honored at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 October 2012
Mike Haynes grew up in Los Angeles and attended Marshall High School before going on to have a Hall of Fame career with the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Raiders.      Pro Football Hall of ... read more >>
Around the NFL- Saints and Raiders are just bad; Romo and Bryant are just bad too; RGIII; Eagles run the ball; It's Tebow time
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 04 October 2012
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was horrible in a blowout loss at home against the Chicago Bears, throwing five interceptions.  But he had help to play that bad.  Namely from wide receiver Dez ... read more >>
Around the Nation: College Football- Geno Smith has Heisman on lock for now; UCLA has a chance in the PAC 12; USC sighting; Gabe Marks lights it up; LSU needs to prove themselves
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 03 October 2012
Forget about more touchdown passes than interceptions, through four games, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith has more touchdown passes (20) than incomplete passes (18).  He has not thrown an interception ... read more >>
High School Football: Narbonne knocks off Mater Dei; League play begins; Week 5 results, Week 6 schedule; Top 10
Written by Jason Lewis (Sentinel Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net 03 October 2012
Fairfax made easy work of Wilson, 42-0, as Clovis Youan helped preserve the shutout with this interception.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Mater Dei was bigger than Narbonne, but wide receiver A.J. Richardson ... read more >>
Time Warner launches Sportsnet
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 October 2012
Time Warner's Sporsnet will have around the clock coverage of the Lakers, Galaxy, Sparks, and high school sports.  Photo by Jeff Lewis     Inaugural telecast featured guests from the network’s ... read more >>
AEG For-Sale
Written by Chelsea Battle (Sentinel Intern) 27 September 2012
AEG Center in Los Angeles   The announcement that AEG is for sale raises uncertainties for many in the political and business communities, especially as it relates to the pending football stadium ... read more >>
Around the NFL: Tate barely had a hand on the ball; Young blows money while Morris saves it; NFC West great, AFC West bad
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 26 September 2012
   An enlarged screen shot shows that while on the ground wrestling for possession of the ball, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate did not have a hand on the ball.  Instead, his right arm was ... read more >>
High school football: Crenshaw ends debate with Oaks Christian, Narbonne continues to roll against Serra, plus last week 4 scores and week 5 schedule
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 26 September 2012
  Tony Gates and his Narbonne teammates have reason to celebrate after knocking off another Southern Section team when they defeated Serra 22-9, but it is back to work as they host Mater Dei on Friday ... read more >>
Around the Ring: Terrel “Tyger” Williams remains undefeated; Pacquiao puts ball in Mayweather’s court
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 26 September 2012
  Terrel ‘Tyger’ Williams, left, hurt his opponent bad with a right hand and the fight was quickly over, giving Williams another first round knockout.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Terrel “Tyger” ... read more >>
Serena Williams: Taylor Townsend, Top Junior Player, Shouldn't Be Held Out By USTA
Written by The Associated Press 26 September 2012
  Taylor Townsend, right, and Eugenie Bouchard of Canada pose with their trophy after winning the girls' doubles final match at Wimbledon.  AP Photo/Alastair Grant      Serena Williams says she's ... read more >>
UCLA is at a crossroad after loss to Oregon State
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) & Christian Lewis (Sports Writer) 26 September 2012
  Some people thought it was an upset, but Oregon State looks like the real deal, while UCLA needs to put this 27-20 loss behind them.  Photo by Jason Lewis   UCLA has started 3-0 five times since ... read more >>
USC takes care of business…but that does not move the dial
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 26 September 2012
  On the bright side, Curtis McNeal (Venice High School) and USC’s running game finally got on track.  But this win did not impress anybody, including the voters.  Photo by Ken Brooks   Win over ... read more >>
World's Best Skate and BMX Pros Converge on Venice Beach to Launch Sony's New POV Action Cam
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 September 2012
   African American BMX biker TJ Ellis competed in “Sony Big Ari Triples” at Venice Beach.    Thousands of fans took to the iconic Venice Beach boardwalk today to watch 18 of the world's best ... read more >>
High school football: Gardena is undefeated; Cathedral is passing all over the place; Crenshaw at Oaks Christian; plus last week 3 scores and week 4 schedule
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 19 September 2012
  Hamilton wide receiver Ammiel Williams did not get much resistance from Sun Valley Poly’s defense, and neither did his teammates in a 48-8 victory.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Gardena is the other ... read more >>
USC’s unfinished business looks like it will remain just that
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 19 September 2012
  USC showed up in Palo Alto with plans to continue their national championship run, and to end their three game losing streak to Stanford.  But they were knocked around again.  AP Photo/Marcio Jose ... read more >>
Franklin has run his way into the Heisman race
Written by Christian Lewis (Sentinel Sports Writer) 19 September 2012
  UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin (Dorsey High School) leads the nation in rushing, is in the Heisman race, and is second all time on UCLA’s rushing list.  He could pass Gaston Green for the ... read more >>
After stumbling their way to a blowout victory, UCLA prepares for Oregon State
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 19 September 2012
  UCLA safety Tevin McDonald raced down the sideline after he intercepted a pass, which set up a touchdown.  Photo by Jason Lewis   A member of UCLA’s youth cheer squad had a lot of cheering to ... read more >>

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