Week 9 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
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There were no changes in the top part of the Coaches Poll, where Madison La Follette is unbeaten and the number one team. Brookfield Central is right behind, followed again by Sussex Hamilton, who remains third despite an out-of-state loss. There were changes in the bottom half of the rankings, with Brookfield Central, Sun Prairie, and Madison East all losing and falling a spot, or in the case of East, out of the rankings altogether. Racine Case, who leads the Southeast Conference by two games, enters the rankings for he first time at number ten.
The big question this week revolved around what kind of impact Jalen Johnson's return to defending champion Nicolet would have in the rankings. The Knights jump from seventh to third this week, as Onalaska still holds the top spot, followed by La Crosse Central. Seymour's first loss drops the Thunder from third to fifth this week, while Hortonville and New Berlin Eisenhower also fall a couple spots. Monroe and Ashwaubenon drop out, as Elkhorn and Plymouth enter at the bottom of the poll.
Racine St. Catherine's is a unanimous choice atop the Division 3 poll once again, with East Troy right behind. Dominican moves up to third, replacing Wrightstown, who suffered its first loss of the year to Clintonville. Oostburg went down to Sheboygan Lutheran, as the Flying Dutchmen fall from fourth to eighth.
Cuba City holds a strong spot atop Division 4, though once again Stratford was able to steal a first-place vote. The top six remains unchanged, but three teams in the bottom half of the rankings would go down. Auburndale dropped one spot to eighth after losing to Edgar. Fennimore and Brookfield Academy fall out completely. New this week are Roncalli as well as unbeaten Coleman, as the Cougars make their first appearance in the poll.
Sheboygan Lutheran received all the first place votes in Division 5, with unbeaten Bangor occupying the second position. Randolph went down to Columbus on Monday and falls from third to fifth, with Monticello moving up to third. Wauzeka-Steuben and Thorp enter the poll this week.