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Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings (JAN. 23)
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 23 January 2015
  Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings   1.   SIERRA CANYON [12-1]…Open Division will be determining factor 2.   BISHOP MONTGOMERY [19-1]…close not good enough as opponents are discovering. ... read more >>
Still Out of the Box Bernard Hopkins turns 50
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 22 January 2015
In 2004 in a much-anticipated match for the middleweight championship, Bernard Hopkins knocked out Oscar De La Hoya at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Last week Hopkins celebrated his 50th birthday with ... read more >>
Dylan Crawford Transfers to Santa Margarita Catholic High School
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 15 January 2015
Dylan Crawford has transferred to Santa Margarita Catholic High School from St. Francis High School in La Canada.  The decision was made to accommodate academic options that would allow him to graduate ... read more >>
High School Spotlight Basketball Has Another Holiday
Written by Lauren Jones 14 January 2015
“Aaron Holiday” his name echoes and resounds throughout the Jordan brand gym installation. The last name called in the Campbell Hall High School starting lineup with a spotlight following his every ... read more >>
History Revisited in WBC Title Tilt Promoter Don King has been the KING of the Heavy’s
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 14 January 2015
His spike hair is symbolic of how legendary boxing promoter Don King rose from the abyss of the Cleveland ghetto to the height of international fame and acclaim as an American success story. How poetic ... read more >>
SENTINEL PREP BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
    Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings   1.   SIERRA CANYON [10-1]…no question about who the best team is right now   2.   BISHOP MONTGOMERY [14-1]…easily handled Redondo Union behind ... read more >>
DUCKS RUN WILD
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
RUNNING  WILD: Oregon running back Thomas Tyner rushed 13 times for 124 yards in Oregon’s 59-20 shellacking of Florida State in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. ... read more >>
Holla! C u on da other side… Our #1 Sports Soul Brother—Stuart Scott is Gone!
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
Stuart Scott wasn’t the Jackie Robinson of sports television, but he was the Jackie Robinson of Black sports culture on television. The ESPN anchor, who lost his bout to the dreaded cancer disease, ... read more >>
Billy Preston Leaves Redondo Union
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 06 January 2015
     Six-foot-eight inch sophomore Billy Preston will be transferring to another school after he was checked out of Redondo Union on Monday Jan. 5.    Preston is considered among the elite underclass ... read more >>
Saluting Our Top Moments of ‘14
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 01 January 2015
14. Long Beach Poly Football—The dynamic football program stepped out of the box and made an untraditional hire in luring former New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce to become their head coach, ... read more >>
It’s a City vs. Southern Section Final in UA Classic; Fairfax and Redondo Union Survives Torrey Pines
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 30 December 2014
  BILLY PRESTON With powerhouse St. Patrick of New Jersey and Prime Prep of Texas as their biggest challengers, Redondo Union continued to roll at the prestigious Under Amour Classic presented by Torrey ... read more >>
Mt. Sac Snatches Another Ring in JC Football
Written by Jevone Moore 27 December 2014
WALNUT, CA---Mt. Sac plays a great game on both sides of ball to bring home another ring to California football powerhouse. City College of San Francisco represented the north well in hard fought 27-17 ... read more >>
Roger Goodell reportedly says ‘no’ to moving NFL team to Los Angeles in 2015
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 27 December 2014
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MUHAMMAD ALI HOSPITALIZED
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 27 December 2014
Former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, center, is crowned "King of Boxing" while accompanied by his wife, Lonnie, right, and Argentine boxer Sergio Martinez during the 50th convention of the ... read more >>
SWEET 16 BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 26 December 2014
  TARKANIAN CLASSIC CHAMPIONS: Redondo Union led by head coach (left)Reggie Morris Jr. captured the prestigious Tarkanian Classic Tournament championship on Saturday Dec. 20 in Las Vegas. Team members ... read more >>
COLLEGE STAR DWAYNE POLEE COLLAPSES ON COURT
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 23 December 2014
 San Diego State's Dwayne Polee II collapsed during the first half of the Aztecs' 61-33 victory against UC Riverside on Dec. 22 night and Viejas Arena fell silent for about 15 minutes while the senior ... read more >>
TO DEFEND WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD TITLE
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 December 2014
You got next: famed boxing promoter Don King points to the next challenger for his WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne who just so happens to be undefeated  Deontay Wilder at Jan. 17 at the MGM ... read more >>
The Greatest! In Italian or any other language KOBE BRYANT can say Io sono il più grande!
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 18 December 2014
Humility can take a back seat this week. Lakers great Kobe Bryant passed his idol and the greatest basketball player of all time on the NBA scoring list by sinking a free throw in Minnesota Timberwolves ... read more >>
Dodgers Trade Matt Kemp
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 11 December 2014
SAN DIEGO --A person with knowledge of the situation says the San Diego Padres have a deal in place to acquire outfielder Matt Kemp and catcher Tim Federowicz from the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers ... read more >>
Start Digging the Poly Hoops Team
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 10 December 2014
I know the Long Beach Poly faithful are still reeling after it’s football team was ousted from the Pac 5 playoffs by mighty St. John Bosco, but have no fear because basketball is here. Fresh off their ... read more >>
Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 10 December 2014
THE MIGHTY KNIGHTS: Bishop Montgomery breezed through the Westchester Trevor Ariza Tip Off Classic for the fourth consecutive year. Led by MVP Stephen Thompson, the Knights mashed into our Sweet 16 Rankings ... read more >>
Hail to L.A. City Football Champions! L.A. High ends drought, Narbonne back on top in D-I and Hamilton seals the deal in DII
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 10 December 2014
Los Angeles High School captured its first City section football championship since 1965 with a 28-14 victory over Monroe at the L.A. Coliseum on Dec. 6. Sophomore quarterback Kaymen Cureton enjoyed ... read more >>
L.A. High Seeks First Title in 49 Years
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 03 December 2014
Los Angeles High School football team will be attempting to win its first Los Angeles City Section championship since 1965 when it faces Monroe at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Dec. 6 at 11 a.m. The ... read more >>
Carson Colts Ride Minix to City Title Game; Hamilton rolls into D-II championship against Sylmar
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 03 December 2014
Carson head football coach Kevin McCall led his teams to victories over defending City champion Crenshaw and No. 1 seed San Pedro to lead the 10-3 Colts back to the title tilt. Ken Brooks Photo Carson ... read more >>
JV Coach Irv Davis Expected to Replace Knox; Veteran coach in tears when telling players
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 03 December 2014
Veteran football coach and community pillar Paul Knox is expected to be replaced as head coach by Junior Varsity coach Irv Davis, the Sentinel has learned. Knox was not even afforded the luxury of informing ... read more >>








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