Got Game Greater Houston

Updated: May 15, 2009, 11:38 AM ET
ESPN RISE Magazine

CAMERON LACOUR


DAYTON  BOYS' TRACK


LaCour was one of many winners at the Texas Relays on April 4, but among the few to set a meet record in the process. LaCour posted a blistering time of 13.48 seconds in the finals of the 110 hurdles, shaving more than a half-second off his qualifying time to set a Texas Relays record in the event. As of press time, LaCour's winning time was the fastest in the nation, more than two-tenths of a second ahead of the next best time.

JAMIE SIMMONS


CLEAR BROOK  GIRLS' SOCCER


After holding Deer Park scoreless through regulation and two overtimes during an area-round playoff game on March 27, the last thing on the mind of goalkeeper Jamie Simmons was scoring a goal. But when the subsequent shootout reached Round 10 tied 2-2, Simmons was called upon to take on the role of goal-scorer rather than shot-stopper. The freshman rose to the occasion, propelling the Wolverines to victory. Making her goal all the more impressive is that it came against Deer Park's Lara Johnson, a two-time ESPN RISE All- Area selection.

MADISON WILLIAMS


KATY  GIRLS' BOWLING


Bowling is the fastest growing high school sport in the nation, but it's not yet sanctioned by the UIL. The Lone Star State does have a thriving club bowling organization, however, and Williams is one of the premier competitors. The senior came up one strike short of a perfect game during the state title match on March 28 to beat Plano's Sierra Gibbons, 279-266. Williams will continue to bowl competitively at Central Missouri, a powerhouse program that has reached the NCAA finals three of the past six years.