Week 10 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
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While unbeaten Madison La Follette continues as a unanimous #1 pick in the WSN Coaches Poll, a huge matchup last week provided a bit of a shakeup in the top five. Brookfield Central's second win this season over Sussex Hamilton kept the Lancers at number two, while the Chargers dipped one spot to fourth, allowing Arrowhead to move into the number three position. Madison East moves back into the rankings this week, replacing Big Eight foe Sun Prairie.
Onalaska and La Crosse Central continue to occupy the top two spots in the poll, and they'll meet up for a second tonight at Central in a huge Mississippi Valley Conference showdown. Not only is a conference title on the line, but likely the top seed in their regional. Nicolet, with Jalen Johnson continuing to get re-acclimated, is hanging around in third. Stoughton was upset by Watertown last Friday, causing the Vikings to drop from fourth to sixth this week. Grafton and DeForest re-enter the poll, as Elkhorn and Plymouth drop out.
Racine St. Catherine's is a unanimous choice atop the Division 3 poll once again, with East Troy right behind. Dominican, Wisconsin Dells, and Wrightstown round out the top five once again, as there were no changes until the final two spots in the rankings. Turner and Prescott drop out, with Kettle Moraine Lutheran and Lake Country Lutheran moving into the rankings.
Cuba City is again a heavy favorite atop the Division 4 Coaches Poll, with Stratford a solid number two right behind. Roncalli makes a jump up a couple spots to seventh this week, as Neillsville enters the rankings at number eight. Winnebago Lutheran and Auburndale both fell two spots after losses, while Coleman went from unbeaten and ranked tenth last week to out of the poll after two losses in the last week.
Sheboygan Lutheran remains the unanimous number one pick atop Division 5, and the gap widened a bit further when Bangor suffered its first loss of the season against Black River Falls late Monday night. In part because it was Monday night after many coaches had already cast ballots, the Cardinals remain at number two for right now, with Monticello, Blair-Taylor, and Randolph rounding out the top five. Rib Lake and McDonell Central suffered losses last week as well, though both narrowly manage to remain in the rankings at number nine and ten, respectively.