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Sussex Hamilton retains the number one spot this week, but there was a fight for the second position after former #2 Brookfield Central dropped three games in the past week. Madison East gets the nod behind Sussex Hamilton, with Kimberly third. Central, whose three losses came to three very good teams, drops to eighth this week, one spot behind rival Brookfield East, one of the teams to beat Brookfield Central.
Nicolet remains a unanimous choice atop the division, while Milwaukee Washington drops from second to fifth after falling to rival Milwaukee Vincent. La Crosse Central makes the jump from fourth to second. Green Bay Southwest remains at number three despite suffering its first loss last week to Ashwaubenon.
Martin Luther was knocked off by Racine St. Catherine's last week, giving the Spartans three defeats this season. It was a scramble for the number one position, with four different teams getting at least one first place vote, but Martin Luther narrowly holds onto the top position. Waupun, fresh off a dominating win over a very good Rochester Mayo squad, is second, followed by Saint John's NW Military, who suffered its first defeat last week. Northwestern moves into the rankings for the first time, sporting a 13-2 record.
Roncalli is unanimous as the top-ranked team in Division 4, with Darlington a unanimous pick right behind them. Clear Lake had been fourth but dips to sixth after suffering its first loss of the year at the Border Battle. Colfax breaks into the rankings at number ten with a 13-1 mark on the season. Mineral Point falls out of the poll for the first time this year, as the Pointers are 9-5 and struggling with two straight losses after Mason and Brayden Dailey quit the team.
Sheboygan Lutheran is again a unanimous top-ranked team in Division 5. Randolph moves up to second, as the unbeaten Rockets replace Columbus Catholic, who slid one spot. Potosi lost a pair of games to Barneveld and Galena (IL), dropping just one spot from fifth to sixth. Blair-Taylor's first loss caused the Wildcats to move from sixth to eighth.