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Updated: March 30, 2009, 11:59 AM ET
ESPN RISE Magazine

ALANA JIMENEZ


KATY  GIRLS' WRESTLING


Jimenez capped her wrestling career with a second consecutive title at the state tournament on Feb. 28. Over the past two years, Jimenez is a combined 66-2 with a pair of state titles in the 165-pound weight class. Jimenez placed at state all four years, finishing sixth as a freshman and third as a sophomore. The senior is 120-18 overall in her four-year varsity career. Jimenez's effort this year helped propel Katy into second place in the overall team standings behind only Amarillo Caprock.

JESSICA GONZALEZ


PASADENA MEMORIAL  GIRLS' BASKETBALL


Gonzalez was money from 3-point range throughout her high school career with the Mavericks, and now she has an award to prove it. The senior won the Clutch City Shootout, a 3-point shooting contest for high schoolers held during halftime of Rockets' games. At halftime of the Rockets' loss to the Lakers on March 11, Gonzalez drained the money ball on her final rack to tie Eisenhower's Ueronica Cleveland before winning in sudden death. Gonzalez ended her career at Memorial as the school's all-time leader in single-game, season and career 3-point shooting.

MICHELLE CABASSOL


MONTGOMERY  GIRLS' DIVING


After making a splash at the U.S. Olympic Trials last summer and then winning a pair of silver medals at the FINA Junior World Diving Championships in the fall, it's no surprise Cabassol came out on top at the Class 4A state diving meet on Feb. 27. Cabassol set a Class 4A record with 443.30 points to win a second consecutive state crown. The sophomore picked up another Class 4A Diver of the Year award as well, and is poised to further rewrite the state diving record books before she graduates in two years.