Serena on Top of Her Game Again
Written by Associated Press 24 April 2008
Wins 1st clay court title since 2002 CHARLESTON, S.C. — Serena Williams captured the Family Circle Cup title Sunday, defeating Vera Zvonareva 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 for her first clay court title since ... read more >>

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Bradford Waiting to Catch NFL Call
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 24 April 2008
Former Fremont Star on NFL Draft Board Like most of the nation’s top football players, Mark Bradford is anxious to hear his name called at this weekend’s NFL Draft. “It would be ... read more >>
How Do You Like Us Now?
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 17 April 2008
STANDING ON TOP: The Lakers will open their postseason push this weekend as the favorite to come out of the West as Kobe Bryant went from preseason pariah to the favorite to the frontrunner for Most Valuable ... read more >>
NCAA Championship: NOT!
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 10 April 2008
DEJECTED: UCLA watches another season end in the Final Four without a title.No mo for fo and that’s all she wrote for coach Ben Howland and the UCLA Bruins basketball team which fell face first ... read more >>
Awards Show Diverse in Presenters, Not Awards
Written by Evan Barnes 10 April 2008
MODEL CITIZEN: San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson served as co-host and presented three awards at the Southern California Sports Awards. Tomlinson also won for Pro Athlete ... read more >>
Collision Hoops Jam Takes Flight This Weekend
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 10 April 2008
After months of hype and anticipation, the 10th edition of the Collision Scholastic Hoops Jam will finally go down this weekend at Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach. On Friday, two of the ... read more >>
Lil’ Romeo’s Scholarship to USC is a Perfect L.A. Story
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 March 2008
Lil’ Romeo’s Scholarship to USC is a Perfect L.A. Story involving a music mogul, a child TV star and basketball Romeo Miller is a 5-foot-10 point guard with a bad knee. He has never played ... read more >>
Lakers, UCLA, and The Dodgers
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 13 March 2008
Don’t trip on that one point loss by the Lakers to the lowly Kings. The Lakers have played at a high-octane level since they’ve signed Pau Gasol, but the lack of consistent depth is hurting ... read more >>
Pac-10 Tournament Is Final Test Before Big Dance
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 13 March 2008
The final exam of the second trimester of the college season begins today for No. 2 UCLA and USC as they begin their run today in the Pacific 10 Conference tournament. STAR STUDENT: Sophomore guard Russell ... read more >>
Bruins, Trojans advance in Pac-10 Tournament
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 13 March 2008
Bruins, Trojans advance in Pac-10 Tournament It will be third meeting of the year after they defeat Cal, Arizona St. in quarterfinals. It was fitting that the Cal cheerleaders danced to the hit ... read more >>
Drew Carries Taft to Second City Title
Written by Evan Barnes 02 March 2008
Narbonne defeats Chatsworth to win girls championship Larry Drew Jr. made the McDonald’s All-American team and will play for North Carolina next season, but something was missing from his stellar resume ... read more >>
Taft, Dominguez Headline Division I State Regional Bracket
Written by Evan Barnes 02 March 2008
Poly No. 1, Narbonne No. 3 in girls’ Division I bracket There’s no time to rest for CIF City champions Taft and Narbonne or Southern Section Division I-AA champions Dominguez and Long Beach Poly as ... read more >>
View Park Crowned With Second City Title Sweep
Written by Evan Barnes 02 March 2008
Small school champs make it two it in a row over LACES Don’t look now but the most successful basketball power in the area isn’t Crenshaw or Dorsey – it’s tiny View Park Prep, who completed their ... read more >>
POLY SHUTS DOWN MILLIKAN 66-33 FOR THIRD CIF TITLE
Written by Evan Barnes 01 March 2008
If there was any doubt that Long Beach Poly wouldn’t leave the Walter Pyramid with the CIF title, it was eliminated when senior forward Jasmine Dixon registered two blocks on one of Long Beach Millikan’s ... read more >>
JUCO Report: El Camino Makes First Playoff Appearance in Over a Decade?
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 26 February 2008
It's been over 10 years since El Camino College has had a playoff basketball team and it's been 20 years since they've had a 20-win season. But those dubious streaks ended as the Warriors ... read more >>
Burns Takes Over as 51st President of Sugar Bowl
Written by Evan Barnes 21 February 2008
The New Orleans native is the 2nd Black President in the organization’s history For Ronnie Burns, being announced as the new President of the Sugar Bowl Committee was a moment he has prepared for his ... read more >>
City Boys Basketball Semis To Be Held at Galen Center
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 21 February 2008
Friday Night Lights usually refers to high school football, but this week, it will takes on new meaning at the Galen Center at USC. The City Section announced Wednesday that the boys basketball ... read more >>
Seven California products to play in McDonald's All-American Game
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 20 February 2008
Drew, Derozan, Dixon lead So. Cal contingency along with former Dominguez star Jennings in March 26 showcase Six of the brightest California high school ballplayers will be traveling to Milwaukee in ... read more >>
Dungy To Stay As Colts Coach
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 24 January 2008
After weighing over his options during the previous week, Tony Dungy announced on Monday he will return for his seventh season as Indianapolis Colts head coach. The highest profile Black coach in the ... read more >>
Woods Unveils Statue of Father at Learning Center
Written by Associated Press 24 January 2008
  PAYING TRIBUTE TO DAD: Tiger Woods speaks to the crowd as the statue of him and his late father, Earl, stands in the lobby. Woods spoke about how the statue symbolized his father's unconditional ... read more >>
Mayweather-De La Hoya In Talks For a September Sequel
Written by Dan Rafael, ESPN.com 24 January 2008
 LET'S DANCE AGAIN: Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather, here after his victory over De La Hoya last May, have discussed a potential September rematch of one of the richest fights in history.The ... read more >>
Jones Proves He’s Still Got It, but Golota Steals the Show
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 24 January 2008
Naysayer’s knocked the wrong King Card NEW YORK- Immersed in the New York football Giants improbable Super Bowl run the local media here and national media critics slighted “Bring on the ... read more >>
Countdown to Trinidad
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 January 2008
The sport of boxing is picking up where it left off in historical fashion when two sure-fire Hall of Fame stars collide on the grand stage of Madison Square Garden on January 19 in New York. Right on ... read more >>
Taylor Posthumously oted to NFC Pro Bowl Team
Written by Associated Press 27 December 2007
NEW YORK (AP) - Pro Bowl voters honored the memory of Sean Taylor. They also used a lot of votes on Dallas Cowboys and none on the NFC South, which didn’t get a player into the league’s ... read more >>
All Sentinel Team, L.B. Poly Tops CIF-SS Picks
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 27 December 2007
 Nick Koza for Sentinel PhotoMIGHTY CASEY: Long Beach Poly defensive end Jurrell Casey headlines three Poly selections on the 2007 All-Star team. Casey (134 tackles) was a major factor the Jackrabbits ... read more >>

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