Week 11 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
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By the slimmest of margins, Madison La Follette holds onto the top spot in this week's Division 1 Coaches Poll, despite an overtime loss against Madison East last week. That is likely in large part to the Lancers convincing victory earlier this year over Brookfield Central, the number two team in the rankings. Arrowhead, Sussex Hamilton, and Milwaukee King round out the top five. Kimberly and Brookfield East both drop a few spots after losses last week.
It is Onalaska on top once again, but after the Hilltoppers big win over La Crosse Central last week, the Red Raiders dip to third, as the defending champion Nicolet Knights, buoyed by the return of Jalen Johnson, move up to second. West De Pere and Whitefish Bay are new to this week's poll, as Grafton and DeForest drop out.
Racine St. Catherine's continues to strengthen its stranglehold on the division, dominating Dominican, causing the Knights to fall from third to fifth. Previously second-ranked East Troy also went down, to Edgerton, as Wisconsin Dells leaps from fourth to second this week. Lake Mills moves in to replace Kettle Moraine Lutheran.
Cuba City is a unanimous number one this week, with Stratford and Milwaukee Academy of Science right behind. Darlington drops from fourth to sixth after a loss to Cuba City, with Lourdes Academy moving into the top five. Kohler enters the rankings this week, replacing Auburndale.
Sheboygan Lutheran received all the first place votes in Division 5 once again. That comes as no surprise. It is surprising to see Randolph slide all the way to a tie for tenth. The Rockets, previously fifth, were unbeaten up until a few weeks ago, but have lost three of the last four, including twice last week. Hustisford makes a big move into the top ten at number seven, while Clear Lake and Wild Rose, fresh off a win over Almond-Bancroft, are also in the rankings.