Vote for Shore Conference boys basketball star of Week 6

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UPDATE: Brick Memorial's Josh Michigan was picked as the week 6 Shore Conference boys basketball player of the week by the fans. Michigan received 16,795 of 30,837 votes (54.5 percent).


The 2021-2022 Shore Conference boys basketball season is heating up with several players have solid performance in the last week.

So who stood out last week? We've got an impressive list of candidates right here.

And which player had the best performance last week?

Well, that's for you, the reader, to decide with your votes in this week's player of the week poll.

The voting period is from Tuesday at 5 a.m. until Thursday night at 10 p.m.

REVIEW THE CANDIDATES: The 14 top Shore Conference boys basketball players of Week 6

Rumson-Fair Haven Boys Basketball defeats Raritan in Hazlet, NJ on January 20, 2022.
Rumson-Fair Haven Boys Basketball defeats Raritan in Hazlet, NJ on January 20, 2022.

If the poll (located at the bottom of this story) does not immediately load, refresh the website page. The poll generally loads better on desktops and laptops rather than on mobile devices. Also, avoid using the Firefox browser for the most optimal experience while voting.

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE: Shore Conference boys basketball January 24-30 schedule, results

GAME STORY: Rumson-Fair Haven boys basketball gains momentum in Class A Central race

You can vote for as many players at once as you like on each ballot.

You can vote as many times for those aforementioned players as you like as well.

You just have to make sure you hit the vote button, refresh your screen to get a new ballot each time you vote. (The ballot should be blank...if you did this step correctly).

Also, make sure to cast your votes during the eligible voting period mentioned above.


Sherlon Christie is a sports reporter at the Asbury Park Press and has covered sports at the Jersey Shore since 2004. Don't miss any of his coverage by subscribing at You can contact him via e-mail at, on Twitter at, on Facebook at and on Instagram at

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