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Number one De Pere and number two Appleton East are stable atop the Week 4 Coaches Poll in Division 1, but there was plenty of movement elsewhere in the rankings. A second loss on the season by Menomonee Falls caused the Phoenix to drop from third to tenth, while Kimberly also fell a spot after suffering its first loss. Madison La Follette lost to La Crosse Central in double overtime at the 60Eight Basketball Tournament but beat Yorkville Christian (IL) in the consolation game, and remained fifth this week. Eau Claire Memorial is up one spot to third, while unbeaten Brookfield Central makes a big jump from ninth to fourth. Middleton debuts at number six, while Arrowhead enters at number eight.
Pewaukee is again the dominant team in the Division 2 rankings and many feel the Pirates are the best team in the state regardless of division. Wisconsin Lutheran stays at number two, while DeForest drops a spot after falling to La Crosse Central in the championship of the 60Eight Tournament. Speaking of La Crosse Central, their tourney win coupled with just one loss this year, to out-of-state Benilde-St. Margaret's (MN), has the Riverhawks up to third. Westosha Central and Medford, both unbeaten, are new to the rankings.
Lake Country Lutheran is again on top of Division 2, followed by West Salem. Former number three Northwestern dropped two games in the last week and is out of the rankings completely. Kettle Moraine Lutheran moves up to fifth, while Catholic Memorial stays at number four after another loss to a larger opponent. Saint Croix Central makes its debut at number six, while Brillion also enters for the first time, as the unbeaten Lions are eighth.
There was not a lot of change in Division 4, as Milwaukee Academy of Science continues to occupy the top spot, followed by Sheboygan Lutheran, Cuba City, and Roncalli once again. Kenosha St. Joseph moves down a couple spots to seventh after a loss.
We were interested to see what would happen in Division 5, where top-ranked Randolph suffered a loss to Division 1 Waunakee over the weekend, but the coaches kept the Rockets in the top spot once again. Green Bay NEW Lutheran slid a spot to fourth after going down against Kohler, and Hurley fell one position as well to eighth this week after a loss to Northland Pines.