Division 1 is a tough one to gauge at this point, with the top three teams from last week all suffering a loss. Ultimately, despite a defeat against Nicolet on Saturday, Sussex Hamilton moves up from third to first thanks in large part to an impressive win over former #1 Brookfield Central earlier in the week. Unbeaten Kimberly is close behind, followed by Madison East, Brookfield Central, and Brookfield East in the top five. Six of the ten ranked teams have a loss so far.
Nicolet retains the top ranking in Division 2 this week after an impressive win over the new #1 team in Division 1 on Saturday, as Jalen Johnson's triple-double helped the Knights over Sussex Hamilton. La Crosse Central was easily handled by Brookfield Central, dropping one spot to third this week as Milwaukee Washington moves into second. Pulaski and East Troy are new teams to the rankings.
Martin Luther remains the top team in Division 3, with fellow unbeaten Waupun close behind. Milwaukee-area private schools occupy four of the top five positions, as in addition to Martin Luther, other squads in the top group are Racine St. Catherine's, Saint John's NW Military Academy, and Dominican, who moves up four spots after junior Alex Antetokounmpo had a huge week in leading the Knights to three wins. Lakeside Lutheran, Lake Mills, and Prescott move into this week's poll.
New Glarus is #1 once again in the Division 4 WisSports.net Coaches Poll, as the division may be the deepest of any in the state. Several solid teams, including unbeatens, are outside the rankings this week. There are six undefeated teams in the top ten, which is tied with D5 for the most of any division.
Sheboygan Lutheran is the only unanimous #1-team in any of the divisions, as the Crusaders hold the top spot over near-unanimous #2 Columbus Catholic. Hustisford and Randolph move up a couple spots after losses by Bangor (third to fifth) and Potosi (fourth to eighth) each suffered defeats last week. Blair-Taylor is the only new team in this week's poll.