Not only is everybody involved, but everyone has a role to play. That’s been one of the big keys to the Northern Lebanon girls’ basketball team’s success this season.
Because she understands it, Tabitha Hubbard has embraced her role with the Vikings.
On Wednesday at Shamokin Area High School, Hubbard’s role playing was a key factor in Northern Lebanon’s 48-37 triumph over Danville, in the second round of the PIAA Class AAAA playoffs. With the triumph, Hubbard and the Vikings ran their overall record to 24-4.
For her part, Hubbard is asked to do a lot on the court for Northern Lebanon, not all of which can be measured by statistics. The senior guard is an adept ball-handler and a tireless defender, and she consistently displays good court savvy and composure.
With more than 25 made three-point field goals this season, Hubbard also provides the Vikings with a much-needed outside shooting threat.