Milwaukee King continues to hold down the top spot in the Division 1 WisSports.net Coaches Poll. Fourth-ranked Bay Port hosts No. 6 De Pere tonight in a battle of unbeaten FRCC teams. Germantown joins the top five this week, while Madison Memorial drops to No. 7 after falling to Middleton last week. The Spartans are still without junior standout Leilani Kapinus.
Top-ranked and undefeated Beaver Dam hosts Waunakee on Friday in Badger-North play. New Berlin Eisenhower moves up to No. 2 this week after beating Pius XI Catholic, 50-41, last week. The Lions host No. 8 Pewaukee tonight in a Woodland-West contest. Monroe, ranked No. 3 this week, defeated previously unbeaten Stoughton on Saturday after dropping its previous two games. Hortonville remains at No. 4 despite dropping a pair of FVA contest, including a 64-52 loss to D1 No. 3 Kimberly. Onalaska joins the top five, while Green Bay Southwest drops to No. 6 this week after suffering its second loss of the season.
Top-ranked Marshall moved to 6-0 on the season with a 55-43 win over Oregon on Monday. No. 2 Laconia hosts Winnebago Lutheran (6-1) in Flyway action tonight. Wrightstown jumped Amherst for the No. 3 spot. Martin Luther, ranked No. 7, travels to Shoreland Lutheran in a key Metro Classic game tonight. Bloomer and Kewaunee are newcomers to the coaches poll.
The top four spots in the Division 4 WSN Coaches Poll are the same as last week. Top-ranked Aquinas has a Mississippi Valley showdown against D2 No. 5 Onalaska on Thursday. Racine Lutheran (7-0) joins the top five this week. Howards Grove joins the top 10 this week after moving to 7-0 on the season; the Tigers earned wins over ranked opponents in Mishicot and Oostburg last week.
Top-ranked Black Hawk cruised past No. 5 Argyle, 72-30, last Thursday to move to 5-0 on the season. Second-ranked Clayton has contests against Unity and Clear Lake this week. No. 3 Assumption dropped its first game of the season on Friday, falling to Neillsville 49-33. The Royals travel to No. 10 Newman Catholic tonight in Marawood-South play. Fourth-ranked Fall River topped No. 6 Randolph, 45-34, in a Trailways-West showdown last night. Kickapoo, undefeated and ranked No. 8, will have its biggest test of the season when they travel to Wauzeka-Steuben (5-1) on Thursday.