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Week 6 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

01/12/2021, 1:15pm CST
By Travis Wilson

Division 1

The Greater Metro Conference continues to dominate the Division 1 Coaches Poll, this week placing five teams in the top ten once again. Wauwatosa East continues to lead the way, though Neenah moves up to second after former number two Brookfield Central lost two games and dropped to fifth. Menomonee Falls is third while Brookfield East at fourth gives the GMC four of the top five once again. Chippewa Falls enters at ninth, while Sussex Hamilton squeaks its way in at number ten.

Division 2

Wisconsin Lutheran leads the way in Division 1 again, with Pewaukee and Cedarburg again in the top three. Onalaska moves up from sixth to fourth, as River Falls falls from fourth to eighth after a Monday night loss to Hudson. Beaver Dam is unbeaten to begin the year at 11-0 and the Golden Beavers shoot into the rankings at number six. Waukesha West and Medford also make their debut in the rankings as Nicolet, Tomah, and Notre Dame drop out.

Division 3

Not much change in Division 3 this week, with Racine St. Catherine's a unanimous number one team. The only new entry is Freedom, whose victory against Martin Luther on Saturday shot the Spartans into the number seven spot. Kiel and Richland Center are now sharing the number ten spot. Richland Center knocked off the second place team in the SWC, Lancaster, last week, as WSN Content Producer Colton Wilson, the JV coach, filled in for head coach Brian Puls, who will miss several contests.

Division 4

Cuba City remains a clear number one team in the Week 6 WSN Division 4 Coaches Poll, though the unbeaten Cubans did not play a game in the last week. The Prairie School is second, though Cameron leap-frogs Roncalli for the third spot. Mineral Point moves into the rankings for the first time this season at number ten, replacing Aquinas.

Division 5

Sheboygan Lutheran remains the top-ranked team in Division 5, though Lourdes Academy dropped a pair of games last week against larger foes DeForest and Roncalli to fall from second to third. Hurley moves back into the rankings this week at number ten, as Cambria-Friesland and Port Edwards drop out.

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