The Viking eclipsed the 1,000-point barrier for his career on Friday night, but it came in a 79-51 loss to first-place and unbeaten Donegal in Mount Joy. The setback drops Northern Lebanon to 15-6 overall and more importantly 10-5 in Section Three.
Needing 25 points to reach 1,000, Light ended the night with 26 points, using a drive down the right side of the lane with 4:53 to play in the game to eclipse the milestone.
Pat Stevens was the only other NL player in double figures, scoring 13.
Donegal (21-0, 15-0) led just 18-15 after one quarter but outscored the Vikings 49-28 in the middle two periods to build up a hefty lead.
Elsewhere in Section Three, Lampeter-Strasburg defeated Garden Spot 64-54 to move into sole possession of second place. L-S travels to Northern Lebanon on Tuesday night in the regular-season finale where the winner will earn an L-L League playoff berth.
Elsewhere Friday night:
Three Beavers scored 16 points, a list that included Alex Frattaroli, Anthony Pletz and Timmy Orr.
Killian Klopp led the Falcons with 17 points, while Andrew Eudy added 10. McCaskey (19-2, 15-0) held a 37-23 halftime lead and never looked back.
The Falcons' loss, combined with Warwick's 37-25 defeat of Penn Manor and Hempfield's 55-50 overtime win against Manheim Township, creates a three-way tie for second place in Section One and the league playoff berth that goes with it. Cedar Crest, Warwick and Hempfield will each head into Tuesday's regular-season finales with identical Section One marks.
Now 14-7 overall and 9-6 in the Mid-Penn Keystone, Palmyra was led in defeat by Adam Newhard's 12 points, as well as 10 from Brad Mackey.
Elco (4-17, 1-14 Section Three) led 20-19 at the half but lost that advantage for good when the Barons racked up 17 third-quarter points.
Cameron Paul paced the Raiders in defeat with 15 points, and Robert Shultz chipped in with 11.
C.J. Kornhaus added 11 points for New Covenant (2-15), which fell behind 21-10 after one quarter and 43-25 by halftime.
Jimmy Caputo led Lebanon Christian with 16 points, while Phil Gibble added 11.