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Week 2 Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

12/05/2023, 1:30pm CST
By Travis Wilson


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Week 2 Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

Week 1 Boys Basketball Coaches Poll

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Division 1

Defending state champion De Pere opened its season with a 75-35 win over West De Pere and is a unanimous top team in Division 1. Marquette is second again. Oshkosh North took down Kaukauna to open FVA play, and the Spartans move up one spot to third, while the Galloping Ghosts slide from third to fifth. Stevens Point and Eau Claire Memorial are new to this week's poll.

Division 2

Not much for change in the top half of the Division 2 rankings, where three-time defending champ Pewaukee is number one despite not playing its first game yet. The Pirates begin the 2023-24 season tonight against New Berlin West. Tosa West narrowly slides in front of Onalaska for the fourth spot. Grafton makes a big jump in the bottom half of the rankings, from tenth to seventh. Burlington moves in at number nine, while Pius XI Catholic drops out.

Division 3

Milwaukee Academy of Science fell to Carmen Northwest over the weekend, and that game had plenty of impacts in the Division 3 WSN Coaches Poll. Academy of Science drops out of the top spot to fourth, allowing Saint Thomas More to take over the number one rankings. Carmen Northwest makes a big jump from tenth to third. Prescott's win over Somerset gets the Cardinals into the rankings while the Spartans drop out.

Division 4

The top six is unchanged this week, with Darlington getting the most number one votes again. Marathon, Mineral Point, Kenosha St. Joseph, and Luther round out the top five. Milwaukee Juneau stays at sixth despite a loss last week. Fall Creek and Heritage Christian drop out, with Howards Grove and Cameron new to the rankings.

Division 5

There were few changes in Division 5, where Solon Springs is on top once again. The rest of the D5 WSN Coaches Poll features Columbus Catholic, Pacelli, Potosi, and Royall. Almond-Bancroft is the only new team in the rankings this week, entering a the ninth spot. Fall Rivers falls out of the rankings.

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