It’s been a back-and-forth, but mostly positive, season for the Northern Lebanon boys’ basketball team. And through it all, Caleb Light has been a steadying influence for the Vikings.
This week, Light’s inspired play did not relent, as Northern Lebanon continued its push towards Lancaster-Lebanon League postseason and District Three Class AAAA playoff berths. In two key L-L Section Three tilts, Light contributed 28 points to the Vikings cause, while going six-for-nine at the free throw line and tossing in a pair of three-point buckets.
Throughout the campaign, Light has been there for the Vikings when they needed him most. He leads with his heady play, his defense and overall court savvy.
At the end of this week, Northern Lebanon was sitting at 15-6 overall and in third place in Section Three of the L-L.
For the winter, Light is scoring at a 17 points-per-game click that ranks him sixth in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. The senior guard leads Northern Lebanon in three-pointers and is making his charity tosses at a 75 percent rate.
This fall. Light also starred on the gridiron for the Vikings, as a wide receiver and defensive back.
– Jeff Falk