Dan Comber (Bethlehem)
Stephen Farrell (Shaker)
Luke Goldstock (Niskayuna)
Trevor Hiss (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake)
Mike Jenkins (Shenendehowa)
5885 total votes.
As we near the end of the regular season, it's time to look at which boys lacrosse player should be this year's Suburban Council most valuable player. Our candidates are:
Dan Comber (Bethlehem goaltender) -- Goalies aren't usually given their due, but Comber has done a stellar job for the Eagles with 175 saves and a .540 save percentage. He's kept Bethlehem in several games.
Stephen Farrell (Shaker attacker) -- Farrell has stepped up big time for the Suburban Council South Division leaders with 24 goals and a team-high 27 assists.
Luke Goldstock (Niskayuna attacker) -- There is a reason why North Carolina is anxious for Goldstock to arrive in the fall of 2013. With 49 goals and 30 assists, the junior is well on his way to leading the league in scoring.
Trevor Hiss (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake attacker) -- The senior has been the Spartans' primary point producer in 2012 with 39 goals and 38 assists.
Mike Jenkins (Shenendehowa attacker) -- Jenkins hasn't been called upon to score a ton of goals for the Plainsmen this year, but with 25 assists to go along with his 18 markers, he is the heart of the offense.
Voting will be open until midnight Monday, May 14, so be sure to get your votes in today.