Jameica Cobb, a MCHS Cowgirl senior guard scored her 2,000-point mark Friday night, Dec. 11. Cobb recently became an Alabama A&M athlete as she signed on with a full scholarship. On Thursday, Dec. 10, the Madison Cowgirls had an away game with Wakulla, and going into it, Jameica was only a mere 27 points away from her mark. “I mentioned to the other coaches that we would watch her point total in an effort to achieve the mark before her home crowd,” said Coach Marcus Hawkins. With the game total in the first quarter being 28-3 in Madison’s favor, Cobb was able to rest for a bit and when she reached 20 points for the game, her coaches opted to go ahead and have her sit out. Going into Friday night’s game, Cobb was more than ready to hit her 2,000-point mark, and she did. While the home game against the Lowndes Vikings was a loss, with Lowndes winning 61 to Madison’s 53, the game was still very much a success for both Cobb and MCHS. To reach her 2,000 points, Cobb scored 23 points, nine of those points included free throws. Other point stats for the game include Kevisa Moore scoring six points, Nacoya Williams scoring two, Adrianna Kinsey scoring four, Josie Long scoring seven and Tamiera Mobley scoring 11. The game ended with Cobb having reached above and beyond in her ambition, and having 2,016 total points so far this season. On Saturday, Dec. 12 the team traveled to Jasper, where they faced the Hamilton County Trojans, and walked away with a 63-43 win under their belt. Cobb scored 30 points during that game, and as of Dec. 15, Cobb has a total of 2,046 points. Last year, Cobb led her team to a first-ever district title, and Coach Hawkins hopes she can lead her team to a second district title, as well as the school’s first basketball state championship.