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Crenshaw Mauls Dorsey In Annual Match-Up
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 25 October 2007
  CLASSIC: Crenshaw and Dorsey clash under the bright lights of Crenshaw's new field. The Cougars won the annual meeting 46-28 and are tied with Jefferson for the lead in the Coliseum League. ... read more >>
It's Not a Matter of IF but WHEN Will Kobe Be Traded
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 18 October 2007
The relationship between Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers has come to a head and it’s possible that Bryant may not even start the season with the only franchise he’s played for during ... read more >>
COMENTARY: Tha Duce
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 11 October 2007
It is rather fitting that more than 50,000 people will be showing up this week to celebrate my 30 years with the Sentinel as Taste of Soul unveils itself to the world again on Sat. Oct. 13 on Crenshaw ... read more >>
Miller Shines As Little League Phenom
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 11 October 2007
Ron Miller, Jr. isn’t like most kids his age, and not just because he stands 5-foot-8 and weighs 175 pounds.Sure, at 13 years old, he is as tall and built as kids four to five years older, but ... read more >>
Tony "The Tiger" on Title Trek
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 11 October 2007
Following his impressive victory over Cliff Couser last Thursday at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, California, Tony “The Tiger” Thompson (31-1, 19 KOs) declared himself ready ... read more >>
Track Star Jones Admits to Steroid Use
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 11 October 2007
The five medals won by Marion Jones in Sydney are history after the track sprinter sent a letter to close family and friends admitting that she used steroids before the 2000 Olympics.On Monday she agreed ... read more >>
Bruins Ruins Put Dorrell on Hot Seat
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 11 October 2007
OUT OF REACH: UCLA sophomore receiver Dominique Johnson and Notre Dame senior cornerback Terrail Lambert watch as a pass falls away from them. The Bruins were upset by previously winless ... read more >>
Odom Hopes To Finish Career As Laker Despite Trade Talk
Written by JOHN NADEL AP Sports Writer 11 October 2007
HONOLULU - Lamar Odom did his best to ignore the offseason trade talk.There was no way, because it never went away.The versatile 6-foot-10 forward, who has shown an ability to play everywhere on the ... read more >>
Heeeere's KOBE!
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 04 October 2007
Training camp begins as Bryant returns for perhaps his last season as a Laker You didn’t have to be at Lakers media day to realize how much Kobe Bryant wants to be the center of attention and ... read more >>
Angels Leave Dodgers Seeing Red in White Man's Game
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 27 September 2007
They popped champagne corks in Anaheim and as the Dodgers wobbled back home to pack their bags in the final home stand of the season, Major League Baseball began hyping it’s Fall Classic in their ... read more >>
Tyson Pleads Guilty to DUI, Drug Charges
Written by Sports News Wire 27 September 2007
MESA, Ariz. - Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson pleaded guilty Monday to charges of drug possession and driving under the influence stemming from a traffic stop last year as he was leaving a nightclub.Tyson ... read more >>
Prairie View A&M Wins Angel City Classic
Written by Evan Barnes (Staff Writer) 13 September 2007
The second annual Angel City Classic has come and gone but the impact of bringing the culture of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities to Los Angeles is still here. Prairie View A&M (2-0) ... read more >>
PREP FOOTBALL: It's Purely Raw Defining The Essence of The Game
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 13 September 2007
It all begins innocently in Pop Warner football leagues throughout Los Angeles County and then those with the passion and dedication mushroom into gifted teenagers talented enough to star for the freshman, ... read more >>
Compton Off And Running To Fast Start
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 13 September 2007
Over the last four seasons, Calvin Bryant has built an impressive football program at Compton High School.Last year, the Tarbabes and their high-powered offense took the region by storm as they scored ... read more >>
Black Coaches Start Out on Top
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 06 September 2007
The National Football League will begin its new season this week with glitz and glamour of a Hollywood movie opening and there will only be four Black head coaches and five Black starting quarterbacks.In ... read more >>
Serena Open is Closed Case
Written by Associated Press 06 September 2007
NEW YORK - Maybe Serena Williams wasn’t as healthy as she said. Maybe she wasn’t as match-tested as she really needed to be.This much is certain: When it comes to playing Justine Henin at ... read more >>
Are You Ready For Sum Football?
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 06 September 2007
Down ready set...Hut One...Hut Two...Hike! And thus the epoch of National Football League season commences while on a perhaps even larger scale, the collegiate gridiron calendar ... read more >>
'The Difference' Lands at Fairfax
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 06 September 2007
“The Difference” is wearing a striped polo shirt and a pair of blue jean short. Sitting right next to him is his father, equally casual sporting a blue and white L.A. baseball cap. Both are ... read more >>
Johnson Emerges as Breakout Star For USC
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 05 September 2007
When the final horn sounded at the Coliseum last weekend, Stafon Johnson had barely enough time to think about what just happened. The sophomore tailback had just finished his first significant game as ... read more >>
Vick Vows to Redeem Himself
Written by LARRY O\'DELL, Associated Press 30 August 2007
RICHMOND, Va. - Looking somber and speaking “from the heart,” Michael Vick apologized Monday for “using bad judgment and making bad decisions” and vowed to redeem himself after ... read more >>
An Opening Tribute To Althea Gibson
Written by Howard Fendrich, Associated Press 30 August 2007
NEW YORK- Venus and Serena Williams carry Althea Gibson’s legacy forward every time they step on a court, every time they hoist a Grand Slam trophy.So on a night set aside to honor the 50th anniversary ... read more >>
Upshaw Is NFL Labor Leader
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 30 August 2007
Gene Upshaw has been Executive Director of the National Football League Players Association since June 1983, after a successful 16-year career as a player. Since then, Upshaw has worked diligently at ... read more >>
Trojans Seek To Write Latest Chapter In Empire
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 30 August 2007
It’s been the same story for the last five season openers. USC begins at or near the top of all the preseason polls as many expect them to finish their season in a BCS Bowl at the beginning of the new ... read more >>
UCLA Prepares For Year Of High Expectations
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 23 August 2007
It may have been hot at UCLA’s final open practice on Aug. 17, but it was just a symbol of the heat facing the Bruins this season. Despite going 7-6 last season and winning their last three ... read more >>
U.S. Soccer's Next Big Thing
Written by Martin Rogers, Yahoo Sports 23 August 2007
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - In 1998, Wyclef Jean was getting immersed in his solo career after leaving The Fugees, David Beckham was playing in his first World Cup and Ronaldinho was tearing up the Brazilian ... read more >>



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