By Kenneth Miller, Publisher
After chaotic week that brought Inglewood High School football team nation attention for all of the wrong reason, the Sentinels put all the criticism behind them and polished off No. 5 seed St. Bonaventure 26-10 at Ventura College in the Division 2 CIF-SS playoffs on Friday.
Loaded with nine Division-1 players and led by their brilliant head coach Mil’Von James, the Sentinel defense stymied the Seraphs star running back Delon Thompson, keeping him under 100 yards on a foggy chilly night. He finished with 98 yards in 22 carries.
The defense knocked out the Seraphs quarterback in the first quarter and was led by linebacker Taariq Al-Uqdah and two way star junior Jamari Johnson, who had two first-half sacks and caught a 60-yard pass from UCLA bound quarterback Justyn Martin was more than enough to improve to 9-0 on the season.
Sentinels stary running back Tomarion Harden who is also headed to UCLA rushed for a game high 132 yards on two carries to help the offense overcome two Martin interceptions.
(UCLA commit) to linebacker Taariq Al-Uqdah(Washington State commit). Harden rushed for 132 yards in 20 carries and scored one touchdown.Next week Inglewood will host 6-3 Edison at