The newest female member of the one thousand point club

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The newest female member of the one thousand point club

This shot got Emma Jackson her 1,000 point. Jackson said,

This shot got Emma Jackson her 1,000 point. Jackson said, "It was like a relief, I was wondering if I was going to get it all season...then it felt crazy because I've been working so hard to get this." The Lady Hawks' next home will allow for the celebratory ball and announcement to take place.

Christine Fasick

This shot got Emma Jackson her 1,000 point. Jackson said, "It was like a relief, I was wondering if I was going to get it all season...then it felt crazy because I've been working so hard to get this." The Lady Hawks' next home will allow for the celebratory ball and announcement to take place.

Christine Fasick

Christine Fasick

This shot got Emma Jackson her 1,000 point. Jackson said, "It was like a relief, I was wondering if I was going to get it all season...then it felt crazy because I've been working so hard to get this." The Lady Hawks' next home will allow for the celebratory ball and announcement to take place.

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On January 22, in the CIC tournament, Emma Jackson scored her 1,000 point by driving into the paint to make a floater. Jackson has played basketball for four years, and after high school, she plans to continue her basketball career at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

“It was a like a relief I was wondering if I was going to get it all season then it felt crazy because I’ve been working so hard to get this,” said Jackson, who has played varsity all four years. She also plays travel basketball and has played in front of college scouts.

“I was super excited when she got it and I think she deserves it more than anyone else,” said Kaelee Stockton, who has played with Jackson for four years. During their freshman year, both ladies started on varsity together.

Jackson needed 400 points at the beginning of the season and Coach Mike Houran knew she was capable to achieve it. He never really told her how many points she needed until the night she only needed five. Then, he gave her the news because he knew with her work ethic she could do it.

Coach Houran said, “She probably has a better work ethic than most kids I worked with over the years. She truly deserves what she got.”

On February 1, senior night, after the first shot Jackson makes, the coaching staff will stop the game and announce her achievement. She will also be presented with a basketball to keep, to remember this very special moment. Jackson will be one of a  few girls to be in the 1,ooo point club. The last girl to accomplish this achievemnt was Amy Aukamp from the class of 2017.

Please come out and make some noise for Jackson and all the girls tonight as they take on the Clinton Maroons.

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