Freakish Paul Williams is the Best in the Sport
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 16 April 2009
Paul Williams smashes a left behind the ear of wink Wright in their non title middleweight fight last Saturday April 11 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Williams hurled a unanimous decision ... read more >>
Beyond Loaded
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 16 April 2009
State's Finest: Cajon guard and 2009 Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year Layshia Clarendon co-headlines a star-studded Southern Section girls roster (12 Division 1 prospects)that will face the City ... read more >>
Holiday to Test NBA Waters
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 April 2009
UCLA freshman guard Jrue Holiday announced today that he would make himself eligible for the NBA draft but will not hire an agent at this time in order to maintain his NCAA eligibility. "After speaking ... read more >>
Sparks add three new faces from 2009 WNBA Draft
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 13 April 2009
Purdue’s Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton is team’s first round choice, along with Ashley Paris (Oklahoma) and Britney Jordan (Texas A&M-Commerce) WNBA MVP and Rookie of the Year Candace Parker ... read more >>
How Many Punches Can Winky Block?
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 09 April 2009
MANDALAY MADNESS: Winky Wright, left, will face a tough match in the youngerPaul Williams on Saturday at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Spit BucketHow many punches can Winky block?Few will doubt that Ronald ... read more >>
The Angel Eyes
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 09 April 2009
UNDER HIS WATCH: Angels General Manager Tony Reagins, along with team owner Arte Moreno, has not only crafted a successful team through their farm system and free agent signings, but a diverse organization ... read more >>
Jordan, Robinson, Stringer elected to NBA HOF
Written by Sentinel News Service 09 April 2009
 DETROIT (AP) -- It was only a matter of time, and now Michael Jordan is in the Hall of Fame.Jordan was elected to the class of 2009 Monday with David Robinson; John Stockton, Utah Jazz coach Jerry ... read more >>
The Other Ball Drops
Written by Jim Hill 02 April 2009
With the Bruins and Trojans hoopsters aiming for the next year, the Clippers joining fray although their season is yet to conclude and the Lakers on a championship road to glory, the Dodgers will began ... read more >>
Dominguez’s Hamilton added to Collision XI roster
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 02 April 2009
One Last Shot: Jordan Hamilton sat out his entire senior season due to the CIF denying his appeal for a fifth season eligibility but the Dominguez standout and 2007-08 Division Nick Koza for Sentinel Dominguez's ... read more >>
Clippers Notebook: Long Recession is almost over
Written by Tamara Latta (Sentinel Sports Writer) 26 March 2009
It's been a painful season for the Clippers. Despite their star-studded roster, they have been unable to win games at home or on the road, where they have not won a game since manhandling Atlanta ... read more >>
Jones stops Sheika in 5 rounds
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 March 2009
Flores decisions Herrera for NABO title; Monson, Lashley, Thomas and Hallman MMA winners PENSACOLA, Fla. -Fighting at home for the first time in a decade, 8-time world champion Roy Jones, Jr. (53-5, ... read more >>
Survivors: Anderson and Capel still standing
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 26 March 2009
Jeff CapelMike Anderson SurvivorsAnderson and Capel still standingBy Kenneth MillerSentinel Managing EditorThe two sweetest of the sixteen coaches still alive for a shot at the men's NCAA basketball ... read more >>
Darren Collison Good to the last drop
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 26 March 2009
LAST HS GAME: UCLA guard Darren Collison, whose career ended in the second round against Villanova, played his final high school game at the 2005Collision All-Star Game. His next stop will be an NBA roster ... read more >>
Beyond Doubt
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 26 March 2009
HUGE LEAP: Westchester junior forward Dwayne Polee, who made the All-City second team, became a consistent performer in the postseason and his growth could help the Comets repeat as City ... read more >>
Marines take their arbitration skills to baseball diamond
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
Marines are accustomed to serving as arbiters of disputes throughout the world, but Monday they put on a different uniform, as Major League Baseball Umpire Camps and the San Diego Padres teamed to ... read more >>
Washington's Blackman, Inglewood's Roy joins Collision sidelines
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
The Collision Scholastic Hoops Jam sidelines are going to be a bit more crowded as coaches Victoria Saunders and Reggie Morris, Jr. are getting additional help from a couple of their friends in the ... read more >>
A Live One For Pete's Sake
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 19 March 2009
Samuel Peter Goossen Tutor Promotions is christening the Nokia Theater at L.A. Live with its first boxing event on Friday March 27 featuring two ranked heavyweights with a combined record of  ... read more >>
Court Vision
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 19 March 2009
  ON THE MARK: Cal State Northridge coasch Bobby Braswell, left and Washington coach Lorenzo Romar are just two of several Black coaches that have their teams dancing in the NCAACourt VisionBlack ... read more >>
For Seniors, More At Stake Than Winning State
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 19 March 2009
GOING FOR FOUR: Long Beach Poly guard Kelli Thompson is bidding to be the fourth girl in state history to win four state title, most recently done by former Bishop Montgomery and UCLA standout ... read more >>
Clippers Notebook: Jones Grateful For Another Opportunity
Written by Tamara Latta (Sentinel Sports Writer) 19 March 2009
It's feels longer than seven years since Fred Jones has been in the NBA. But that's because he has been on a well-traveled career. Jones was the 14th overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft by ... read more >>
So. Cal Regional State Finals Wrap-up
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 15 March 2009
Westchester 53, Riverside King 39 (Division I boys) Only one thing stands between Westchester and their fifth state title – a date with defending Division I state champion Oakland McClymonds. ... read more >>
Inglewood girls advance to 1st state final
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 15 March 2009
Before their CIF state regional final meeting against Marlborough, Inglewood coach Tony Scott gave his team a simple message – Make history. The message was delivered loud and clear as the Sentinels ... read more >>
Southern California Regional Semifinals
Written by Sentinel News Service 12 March 2009
Thursday at 7 p.m. BOYS DIVISION I #4 Taft (27-4) at #1 King (29-2) #6 Fairfax (27-4) vs. #2 Westchester (32-2) at Los Angeles Southwest College DIVISION II Loyola (25-6) vs. #1 Thousand Oaks (30-2) ... read more >>
Fairfax stuns Mater Dei in Div. I regional quarterfinal
Written by Evan Barnes 12 March 2009
    So what did we learn Tuesday night from the state regionals?  No matter how you perform in the CIF finals, anything can happen with a second chance. Five days ago, Fairfax coach Harvey ... read more >>
So. Cal. Regional Quarterfinal Scores - Tuesday
Written by Sentinel News Service 12 March 2009
Boys Division I Riverside King 62, Tesoro 53 Taft 54, Dominguez 52 Fairfax 79, Mater Dei 64 (Jordan Weathers [F] – 23 points) Westchester 65, Oceanside El Camino 52 (Dwayne Polee [W] – ... read more >>