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Father's Day: Matt Bowen Sr. changes his family dynasty

Matt Bowen Sr. did not have much of a father figure growing up, but he made sure that his four children did.

Matt Sr. makes sure that he is on the sidelines of every Fairfax game to support his son Miles (5), just like he did with his son Matt Jr.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Cali Boys dominate in Detroit

The Sound Mind Sound Body football camp was a playing ground for the six Los Angeles high school players that made the trip.

The Cali Boys: (L to R) Marcus Moore (Culver City High School), David Williams (Dorsey High School), Noah Whitney (Dorsey High School), Coach Jay "Speedy" Tatum, Stanley "Scrappy" Norman (Culver City High School), and Jason Lewis Jr. (Fairfax High School)

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CIF City Section Track & Field Championship Meet- pictorial

Originally published by the Los Angeles Sentinel www.lasenitnel.net

Photos by Jason Lewis
Sentinel Sports Editor (2010-2013)

Boys 100

Dorsey’s Lee Lawson pulled away with the boy’s 100-meter dash, winning the title with a time of 10.69.  He was a part of Dorsey’s 4x100-meter relay team, which blew away the field.  They ran a time of 41.77, nearly half of a second ahead of second place Taft. 

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Champions are looking to defend their titles at the City Section meet

Prelims are this Thursday, with the championships next Thursday at Birmingham High School.

Dorsey swept the hurdles last year, with Reggie Bell (5) leading the way.  Bell is back this year, and his 14.03 time is one of the fastest in the nation.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Alex Turner is taking on America’s pastime

The senior from Santa Monica High School is looking to be selected in next month’s baseball draft.

Turner is one of the best high school baseball players in Southern California.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Nike and NCSA gives high school athletes exposure

Nike Sparq combine evaluates high school football players and NCSA provides vital information to be recruited to college.

The vertical jump test is not just about how high an athlete can jump, it is shows explosive power.  Athletes who hit the weight room and do squats, deadlifts, power cleans, and other explosive movements usually do well in this test.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Westchester wins their 12th City Section championship

Championship experience was the difference in Westchester's 65-59 victory over El Camino Real.

The City championship game was close throughout, but Westchester rose to the challenge, as a 10-0 run late in the fourth quarter sealed their victory.  Senior guard Darnell Brown (above) led the team with 12 points.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Narbonne Wins Back-to-Back City Section Championships

Narbonne defeated Fairfax for a second consecutive year in the title game.

Narbonne sophomore guard Latecia Smith is a rising star, and her 15 points plus a key basket late in the game gave her team the City title.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Long Beach Poly runs to the State Bowl

Once Long Beach Poly got it going, they ran their way right to next week's State Bowl at The Home Depot Center.  

Long Beach Poly running back Gerald Wicks (23) ran hard, tough, and right over Clovis.  He finished the game with 112 rushing yards.  Teammate Manusamoa Lu'uga did much of the same, as he rushed for 97 yards.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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For Narbonne, all great things must come to an end

Narbonne had one of the greatest runs in City Section history, but they fell just short of the State Bowl.

Narbonne's offense came alive in the second half, as A.J. Richardson (above) and quarterback Troy Williams got them back in the game, but in the end they fell short of the State Bowl.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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2009 Crenshaw vs. 2012 Narbonne

Sports writers comparing this millennium's best two high school Los Angeles City Section football teams.

De’Anthony Thomas (Oregon) went on to be the best player in the nation in 2010, and he was one of the key players for Crenshaw’s 2009 team.  Crenshaw won the City title both of those years.  Photo by Jason Lewis

Narbonne has a loaded team, and with Troy Williams (committed to Washington) standing in the pocket, they have been unbeatable over the last 19 games, which accounts for two City championships.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Crenshaw vs. Dorsey!

Crenshaw.... Dorsey.... Friday night.... 7 p.m.... Jackie Robinson Stadium.  That is where you need to be!

When Crenshaw and Dorsey collide there are big hits and big plays.  These kids are playing for bragging rights, pride, and lifelong memories.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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It's a family affair at Garena Serra High School

Emile Palacio (left) gives his son Kache Palacio (7) some advice on the sideline during a game.  Kache, who has verbally committed to SMU, has no issue listening to his father, who has coached him for his entire career.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Brian Price hosts Big Like Me camp

Big Like Me football camp teaches fundamentals for the most important part of the game… the line

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 dominate on both sides of the ball this year.  This camp can help him reach his goals.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Serra baseball has built a super program

Just like the football, basketball, and track programs, Serra High School's baseball team is dominating their competition. 

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 scout team.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Narbonne girls defeats Fairfax 50-44 for the City title

Fairfax led for a decent amount of the game, but Narbonne finally gets over the hump.

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 Lewis

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January dunks Taft to the City title!

January’s 24 points and 19 rebounds were too much for Dorsey to handle as Taft wins 58-42, giving them back-to-back championships and four since 2004.

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

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Taft ain’t having none of that!

Anthony January played above the rim for most of the night in Taft’s quarterfinals victory over Crenshaw.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Narbonne defeats Carson for the City title

Tray Boone rushed for 301 yards and six touchdowns in Narbonne’s 48-32 victory over Carson.

Tray Boone rushes for 301 yards and six touchdowns in Narbonne’s 48-32 victory over Carson.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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City Championship game is set: Carson vs. Narbonne in a rematch of an instant classic!

Narbonne ball carriers were running wild in the open field all night.  Here, wide receiver Antoine Anderson catches a deep pass and outruns Dorsey’s defense for a 45-yard touchdown.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Narbonne at San Pedro: Marine League produces another instant classic

San Pedro and Narbonne battle down to the wire.

San Pedro and Narbonne combined for 829 rushing yards.  San Pedro’s Brent Speight contributed 121 yards on 11 carries.  Photo by Jason Lewis

Narbonne’s Tray Boone provided a number of big plays, including hurdling a defender on his way to a long run, as he rushed for 203 yards on 17 carries with three touchdowns.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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It’s a great day to be a Don! Plus scores, schedules and rankings

Dorsey has dominated on defense all season long, and it was no different as they defeated their rival Crenshaw 7-6, for their first victory in the series since 2006.  Photo by Jason Lewis 

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Narbonne and Carson produces an instant classic! Plus scores, schedules and rankings

Narbonne and Carson drop the hammer on each other.

Narbonne and Carson had a battle of wills this past Friday night, which led to an amazing finish.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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Serra’s Marqise Lee named 2010-11 Cal-Hi Sports State Athlete of the Year

As a wide receiver Lee was unstoppable, catching 57 passes for 1,407 yards and 24 touchdowns.  Photo by Jason Lewis

Marqise Lee (left) passing the baton to George Farmer at the Arcadia Invitational.  Both Serra athletes were in the running for the Athlete of the Year, but Lee was given the award over Farmer and others.  Photo by Jason Lewis

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