Liz Voight is steady. She’s a rock. A foundation.
Someone upon which to build success.
Voight has stepped in nicely to her role as a leader of the Northern Lebanon girls’ basketball team. She had some pretty good role models to follow.
This week, Voight helped the Vikings to a 3-0 slate, as Northern Lebanon continued to surprise with its inspired play.
On Monday night at home, Voight poured in 25 key points during the Vikings’ hard-earned 57-52 triumph over Lebanon Catholic. In that contest, Voight nailed a three-pointer and converted ten of 11 free throw attempts.
The senior guard followed that up on Wednesday evening with a 21-point performance, in a 51-39 victory at Columbia. Voight topped off her week with a 23-point outing at home on Friday night during a 65-53 win over Pequea Valley, one that included ten-for-ten shooting at the charity stripe.
The 3-0 week moved Voight and the Vikings to 6-1 on the year.
Voight now leads Northern Lebanon in scoring with an average right around 18 points per outing. She is also the team leader in three-point field goals made and owns a free-throw percentage that is above 90 percent.
– Jeff Falk