Week 6 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
Week 5 (no poll due to Holiday break)
Week 4 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
Week 3 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
Week 2 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
Week 1 WisSports.net Coaches Poll
Milwaukee King remains the top-ranked team in the Division 1 WisSports.net Coaches Poll despite dropping its first game of the season, falling to Montini Catholi, 64-63, in overtime. The Generals travel to unbeaten and D2 No. 4 Milwaukee Vincent on Thursday. Arrowhead jumped two spots to No. 3 after defeating Mukwonago, 49-47, on Friday. Mukwonago dropped to No. 5 this week. The rest of the D1 coaches is the same as last week.
Top-ranked Beaver Dam plays second-ranked Monroe on Saturday in the Badger Challenge held at Stoughton. New Berlin Eisenhower moved up two spots to No. 5 this week, the Lions defeated Pewaukee, 50-37, on Friday and host No. 9 Pius XI Catholic this Friday. Onalaska (10-2 overall) joins the coaches poll this week, and Pewaukee drops out.
Wrightstown takes over the top spot in the Division 3 WisSports.net Coaches Poll. The Tigers defeated conference foe Freedom, 71-66, on Friday. Laconia, Dominican, Amherst and Kettle Moraine Lutheran all move up one spot. Platteville, last week's top-ranked team, dropped six spots to No. 7 after falling to Dodgeville (No. 10 this week), 81-63. Valders drops out of the rankings this week.
Aquinas continues to hold down the No. 1 ranking in the D4 coaches poll, the undefeated Blugolds play Holmen and D5 No. 3 Bangor this week. Melrose-Mindoro, Durand, Cameron and Saint Mary's Springs round of the top five. Marathon drops two spots after suffering its second defeat of the season, falling 49-48 against Rib Lake on Friday.
Top-ranked Black Hawk moved to 13-0 after defeating Shullsburg, 57-29, on Saturday. No. 4 McDonell Central rolled to a 61-40 win over D4 No. 10 Regis last Thursday. Newman Catholic, ranked No. 5, hosts D4 No. 7 Marathon on Thursday. Lourdes Academy dropped two spots to No. 7, it is worth noting that all four of the Knights' losses have came against schools in larger divisions, including D1 Germantown and D2 West De Pere.