Week 7 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
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Once again, the Madison La Follette Lancers occupy the top spot in the Division 1 poll, with Greater Metro Conference rivals Brookfield Central and Sussex Hamilton close behind. Arrowhead and Milwaukee King round out the top five, as Sun Prairie's loss to Madison Memorial drops the Cardinals from fourth to seventh. Speaking of Memorial, they move into the poll this week at number ten.
Onalaska retains the top spot in the rankings, followed again by Mississippi Valley Conference rival La Crosse Central. The rest of the top five is unchanged as well, featuring Seymour, Hortonville, and Stoughton. Losses by DeForest, Reedsburg, and Whitefish Bay drop those teams out of the rankings this week. Nicolet moves in at number eight, with Monroe entering in the tenth spot.
Racine St. Catherine's continues to reign in the number one spot of Division 3, with East Troy second. Oostburg's first loss of the year, at the hands of Sheboygan Falls in a non-conference game, drops the Flying Dutchmen from third to fourth, as Wrightstown moves up one spot. Freedom and Lake Mills drop out this week, replaced by Lake Country Lutheran and Prescott.
Cuba City is once again a unanimous top-ranked team in Division 4, as Jerry Petitgoue's bunch are unbeaten. Brookfield Academy has played a very tough schedule this year, and despite a fourth loss on the season, the Blue Knights only drop two spots this week, from fourth to sixth. Roncalli falls out of the poll, with Flyway Conference leader Winnebago Lutheran entering for the first time at number ten.
Defending state champion Sheboygan Lutheran continues to get all the first place votes in Division 5. Unbeaten squads Bangor, Randolph, and Monticello are not far behind. Blair-Taylor went down to Loyal in a non-conference game after leading by 13 at halftime, and it drops the Wildcats from fifth to eighth this week. Hustisford makes a big move from tenth to seventh. Catholic Central re-enters the poll, as Wauzeka-Steuben drops out.