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Week 7 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

01/21/2020, 1:15pm CST
By Travis Wilson

Week 7 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

Week 6 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 5 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 4 (no poll due to holiday break)
Week 3 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 2 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 1 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

Division 1

There's a shake-up at the top of the Division 1 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll, with unbeaten Madison La Follette taking over the top spot in unanimous fashion. Former number one Sussex Hamilton suffered its first loss of the year in a huge Greater Metro showdown against Brookfield Central, as the Chargers drop to third this week and Central moves up one spot to second. Losses by Neenah and Eau Claire North caused the teams to slip a bit in the rankings but remain in the top ten.

Division 2

Another division with a change at the top, as Onalaska knocked off La Crosse Central on Friday night in the first of what could be three meetings between the teams. Onalaska jumps the Red Raiders for the number one spot in the poll. Reedsburg's loss to Waunakee caused the Beavers to tumble from fifth to ninth, while Slinger drops out. West De Pere and Whitefish Bay move into the rankings this week.

Division 3

Racine St. Catherine's solidified its spot atop the Division 3 rankings with an important win over Dominican last week. Speaking of Dominican, despite losing to St. Cat's and nationally-ranked Sierra Canyon (CA) last week, the Knights remain fifth in the poll, which saw only a minor change this week.

Division 4

Cuba City locked down the top spot in Division 4 with a victory over Darlington last week. The Redbirds fall from third to fifth, as Stratford remains second, followed by Milwaukee Academy of Science and Brookfield Academy. Roncalli slipped a couple spot after losing to unbeaten Seymour in a non-conference game.

Division 5

There was a good amount of stability in the Division 5 Coaches Poll, with Sheboygan Lutheran on top once again as a unanimous choice. Bangor is second, though Randolph narrowly slid ahead of fellow unbeaten Monticello for the third spot. The only loss by a ranked team was former number ten Alma Center Lincoln, who falls out, to be replaced by Hustisford.

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