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Got Game Greater Houston

5/15/2009

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.