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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN: Inglewood receiver Orion Peters catches as pass and sprints away from West defensive player at Caroline Coleman Stadium on Oct. 11. The Sentinels improved to 7-0 with a dominating 77-0 victory. (IT Photo by Juan Garcia)

Another patsy on deck for Inglewood

With Mack 10 blasting in the background, the Inglewood Sentinels scored the most points in a half since 2013, ripping 67 off against lowly West on their way to a 77-0 shellacking to improve to 7-0 on Oct. 11 at Caroline Coleman Stadium.

The Sentinels have averaged 56 points per game, while only allowing 8.2 and will travel to play winless Torrance (0-7) on Friday Oct. 18. While 77 points is eye opening, the Sentinels scored 139 points in a game against Los Angeles Military Academy in 1913.

Inglewood coach Mil’Von James is guiding the Sentinel to their best season in 30 years. The Sentinels are ranked No. 2 behind Alhambra in the CIF-Southern Section Division 13 rankings.

Meanwhile, across town, another Inglewood high school, Morningside is having a tough go of it. The Monarchs (1-6) will play host to South Torrance (4-3 at Caroline Coleman Stadium on Oct. 18.


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