Week 6 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
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Bay Port continues to hold down the top spot in the D1 WSN Coaches Poll. Fellow unbeaten Madison Memorial received a couple first-place votes and is right behind the Pirates in the coaches poll. Germantown, Middleton and Appleton East round out the top five. Oconomowoc joined the top ten this week, while Kettle Moraine dropped out.
Notable Tuesday games: Bay Port at De Pere, Sun Prairie at Oconomowoc, Appleton East at Kimberly
Beaver Dam remain No. 1 in the WSN Coaches Poll in D2 despite falling to 4A No. 2 Farmington, Minn., 75-51, last week. Hortonville is right behind the Golden Beavers in the rankings. The Polar Bears picked up a 71-53 win over D1 No. 7 Kimberly on Friday. Pewaukee, Notre Dame and DeForest round out the top five. Newcomers to the coaches poll are West De Pere and River Falls, while New Berlin Eisenhower dropped out of the top 10.
Notable Tuesday games: Pulaski at Notre Dame, DeForest at Beaver Dam, Watertown at Oregon, New Berlin Eisenhower at Pewaukee
Top-ranked Platteville moved to 12-0 on the season after routing previously unbeaten Lake Mills, 78-43, on Saturday. The rest of the top five features Freedom, Wrightstown, Kewaunee and Lake Mills. Rejoining the top 10 this week is Waupun.
Notable Tuesday games: Sheboygan Falls at Valders, Winnebago Lutheran at Waupun, Hayward at Northwestern
Top-ranked Aquinas suffered its first loss of the season, dropping a 78-57 contest against undefeated and 4A No. 10 Hopkins, Minn., the only team to beat the Blugolds last season. Unbeaten teams in Melrose-Mindoro, Racine Lutheran and Howards Grove are in spots two through four, and Mishicot rounds out the top five.
Notable Tuesday games: Howards Grove at Mishicot, Random Lake at Oostburg
Top-ranked Black Hawk picked up wins over Marshall and Madison La Follette at the Watertown Holiday Shootout. The Warriors followed that up by defeating Dodgeville on Saturday and have now won 36 consecutive games, the state's longest active winning streak. Second-ranked Clear Lake moved to 10-0 on the season after a 43-41 win over D4 No. 7 Colfax on Monday. Rounding out the top five are River Ridge, Fall River and Bangor.
Notable Tuesday games: Prentice at Athens, Newman Catholic at Auburndale, Bangor at Royall, Albany at Black Hawk, Riverdale at River Ridge