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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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
High School Football: Narbonne is 56-0 over Long Beach Poly legit; Fairfax's big running back; week 2 scores and week 3 schedule
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 12 September 2012
  Narbonne quarterback Troy Williams scored on a 16-yard touchdown run to give his team a 21-0 first quarter lead over perennial power Long Beach Poly.  The score was 42-0 at halftime.  Photo by Ken ... read more >>
High School football: It’s just getting started. Week 1 results, Week 2 schedule
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 05 September 2012
  Dorsey had their struggles, but with more athletes than Fairfax, they were able to get away with a 24-14 win in their season opener.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Long Beach Poly running back Gerard ... read more >>
High School Football- Season off to a great start; Big time match ups this week
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 29 August 2012
  Venice took an early season blow in a 37-20 loss to Chaminade, but this was a non-league game.  Venice always get their act together for league play.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Culver City and Fairfax ... read more >>
City Section is gearing up for the high school football season
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 22 August 2012
  Narbonne quarterback Troy Williams was able to navigate his team through several defenses on their way to the City Championship last year.  This year they are looking to do it again.  Photo by Jason ... read more >>
Big Like Me football camp teaches fundamentals for the most important part of the game… the line
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor, jasonl@lasentinel.net) 19 July 2012
 Fairfax junior Devin Rickenbacker works on staying low during a drill at the Big Like Me camp.  Rickenbacker started on the offensive line as a sophomore on the varsity team, and he’s looking to ... read more >>
Serra baseball has built a super program
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 21 June 2012
Dominic Smith is one of a few Serra athletes that is making a name for himself on a national level.  The junior is on USC’s radar, and he was the first ever sophomore to make the Milwaukee Brewers ... read more >>
State High School track & field championships
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 06 June 2012
Notre Dame junior Khalfani Muhammad (center) won the 100 and 200-meter dashes, and he helped his school win the 4x100-meter relay race.  Photo by Greg Smotherman/ www.smothermanimages.photoshelter.comLong ... read more >>
State qualifers from Southern Section Masters track meet
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 May 2012
Girls 100 M Dash1 Ariana Washington     10 Long Beach Poly        11.61     2 Alexis Faulknor          12 Serra                           11.73     ... read more >>
Dorsey Boys and Taft Girls dominate sprints at City Finals
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 25 May 2012
Taft's Anthony Fowler ran an aggressive race in the 400 meter dash, but Dorsey's Rashard Clark was determined to win his second consecutive City title in that event.  Clark also won the 200 meter dash, ... read more >>
Sprinters set for the City Finals track meet
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 23 May 2012
Canogo Park’s Randy Uzoma (left) edged out South East’s Robert Lewis in the 100-meter dash at the City prelim meet.  Uzoma ran the fastest qualifying time at 10.98, Lewis is second at 11.00.  Photo ... read more >>
Collision All-American Game Rosters
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 April 2012
 El Camino College on Saturday, April 21.  The girl’s game tips off a 5 p.m., and the boys at 7 p.m.  There will also be three Junior All-American Games (5th, 6th, and 7th graders) at 1, 2, and 3 ... read more >>
Arcadia lives up to its billing
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 11 April 2012
Raymond Bozmans of Fort Collins, CO, won the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.41, which tied the fastest time in the nation this year.  Photo by Jason Lewis Aaliyah Brown traveled from Illinois for the ... read more >>
B2G UNDERCLASSMEN SHOWCASE
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 April 2012
Wide receivers and defensive backs have fierce competition while training at B2G.  Photo by Jason LewisOffensive and defensive linemen perfect their techniques with some of the best linemen coaches in ... read more >>
Collision XIV features top high school basketball players
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 April 2012
Anthony January dunked over everybody on Taft’s way to the City title.  His high flying act will be center stage against the best players in the area.  Photo by Jason LewisKim Pickett led Narbonne ... read more >>
Arcadia Invitational is this weekend
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 04 April 2012
Last year Dorsey High School won the seeded 4x100 meter relay.  Photo by Jason LewisMany of the best high school track and field athletes will compete.By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netGet ... read more >>
Winning Big Not The Only Standard For Serra Girls Basketball
Written by Ken Brooks (Sports Writer) 22 March 2012
(L-R)  Nicole Collins, Jasmine Joseph, Simone Thompson, Siera Thompson, Deandrea Toler, Rejane Verin.  Photo by Ken Brooks Despite coming one game short of a state title appearance, Serra girls (30-4) ... read more >>
January dunks Taft to the City title!
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 07 March 2012
Anthony January put on an aerial show against Dorsey in the City championship game, as he had seven dunks during the game.  Photo by Jason Lewis  View more of January's spectacular dunks here. http://www.lasentinel.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=919:taft-ain-t-having-none-of-that&catid=108&Itemid=198 ... read more >>
Narbonne girls defeats Fairfax 50-44 for the City title
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 07 March 2012
Fairfax put up a good fight, but in the end Kim Pickett’s 23 points and Narbonne’s tough defense gives them the City title.  Photo by Jason LewisNarbonne won their sixth girls City championship, ... read more >>
Inglewood on the Rebound as Unseeded Champions
Written by Ken Brooks (Sports Writer) 07 March 2012
Inglewood’s Randy Onwuasor throws down a dunk to help his team win the Division II-AA title.  Photo by Ken BrooksInglewood was nearly counted out at the end of the regular season, but in the end they ... read more >>
Taft ain’t having none of that!
Written by Jason Lewis (Sports Editor) 28 February 2012
Anthony January played above the rim for most of the night in Taft's semifinals victory over Crenshaw.  Photo by Jason Lewis By Jason LewisSentinel Sports Editorjasonl@lasentinel.netSentinel sports writer/photographer ... read more >>

 

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