Midseason poll: Best Suburban Council boys basketball player

Reader poll

Who is the best Suburban Council boys basketball player?

  • Cameron Dobbs (Guilderland) 61%
  • Jackson Shea (Shenendehowa) 19%
  • Tyler Hart (Columbia) 10%
  • Ryan McVaigh (Ballston Spa) 10%

31 total votes.

We're at the midpoint of the Suburban Council boys basketball season, and there are four players that currently are standing head and shoulders above the rest. They are:

Cameron Dobbs (Guilderland): Leads the league with an average of 22.4 points per game for the Dutchmen (6-2 league, 8-2 overall)

Jackson Shea (Shenendehowa): Averages 17.7 points per game and has drained 22 three-pointers in seven games for the Plainsmen (5-2, 5-2)

Tyler Hart (Columbia): Second to Dobbs in scoring average (19.6 points per game) among all Suburban Council players

Ryan McVaigh (Ballston Spa): Averages 17.5 points per game from the center position for the Scotties

So, who is your mid-season Suburban Council Most Valuable Player? Vote it the box to your left, and we'll tally the results. You have until midnight on Jan. 18 to make your voice heard.

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