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The top three of Division 1 is unchanged, as De Pere is a unanimous choice at the top followed by Appleton East and Eau Claire Memorial. Brookfield Central suffered its first loss of the year last week, a setback against Wauwatosa West, and it dropped the Lancers from fourth to seventh this week. Arrowhead and Neenah, fresh off a big win over Pewaukee, are new to the top five, while Homestead enters the rankings for the first time.
Pewaukee's 77-62 loss to Neenah knocked the Pirates out of the top spot in Division 2, which is now occupied by Woodland Conference rival Wisconsin Lutheran, as Pewaukee slips to second. Wauwatosa West, who handed Brookfield Central its first loss last week, enters the rankings at number ten, knocking out unbeaten Medford.
Lake Country is the unanimous choice atop the Division 3 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll, as the Lightning are followed once again in the top five by West Salem, Kettle Moraine Lutheran, Catholic Memorial, and Saint Thomas More. Campbellsport is new this week, as the unbeaten Cougars replace Lakeside Lutheran in the poll.
Milwaukee Academy of Science is the unanimous number one team in Division 4 this week, as the Novas are followed by Sheboygan Lutheran, Cuba City, Roncalli, and Marshall in the top five. The only change comes towards the bottom of the poll, where ninth-ranked Fall Creek falls out, as Saint Mary Catholic moves in at number ten.
There's a new number one team in Division 5, as Randolph's second loss of the season, this one to Notre Dame last Thursday, caused the Rockets to fall all the way to fifth this week. Columbus Catholic moves into the top spot, followed by defending state champion Hustisford, Reedsville, and Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Oakfield makes its debut in the rankings at number seven, as Lourdes Academy falls out.