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Week 5 (no poll due to holiday break)
Week 4 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 3 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 2 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
Week 1 WisSports.net Boys Basketball Coaches Poll
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Plenty of changes in Division 1, though one constant remains the domination of defending state champion De Pere, who took down former number two Marquette and former number three Homestead over the holiday break. Marquette slips to sixth this week while Homestead is third. Unbeaten FVA upstart Appleton North is up to second. Germantown is new to this week's poll.
Everyone keeps beating up on each other in the state's biggest divisions, and that includes Division 2. We do have a new top team this week as Wisconsin Lutheran took down Pewaukee shortly before Christmas, as the team's swap places in the rankings. Lots of movement elsewhere in the poll as well, with eight of the teams in the last rankings losing at least one game. Burlington and Mount Horeb are new to the poll this week.
Stop me if you've heard this one before, but there was a lot of movement in the newest Division 3 rankings, though Saint Thomas More stays number one despite a tough loss to Wisconsin Lutheran at the WBY Shootout. Kiel, who is undefeated this season, jumps up to fifth. Dominican, Carmen Northwest, and Brillion round out the top five. Lakeside Lutheran, sporting an 11-0 record in non-conference play thus far, jumps into the top ten for the first time.
The division with the most stability is D4, where the top five from the previous poll is unchanged. That means Mineral Point is at the top, followed by Marathon, Kenosha St. Joseph, Darlington, and Milwaukee Juneau. Kohler is undefeated and enters the rankings for the first time this week, with fellow unbeaten Big East squad Sheboygan Lutheran knocking on the door.
The state's smallest division saw considerable upheaval, with the top five teams in the last poll all suffering a loss. That allowed Solon Springs to remain in the top spot despite a blowout defeat against much larger Superior before Christmas. Columbus Catholic is once again second, with Cashton making a leap into the top five, going from sixth to third. Despite six total teams suffering a loss since the last rankings, there are no new teams to this week's poll.