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Week 10 Girls Basketball Coaches Poll

01/29/2019, 1:30pm CST
By Norbert Durst

Week 10 Coaches Poll 

Week 9 Coaches Poll 
Week 8 Coaches Poll 
Week 7 Coaches Poll 
Week 6 Coaches Poll 
No Week 5 Coaches Poll due to holiday break 
Week 4 Coaches Poll
Week 3 Coaches Poll
Week 2 Coaches Poll
Week 1 Coaches Poll 

Division 1

Mukwonago remains the top-ranked team in the Division 1 WSN Coaches Poll. The rest of the top five features undefeated Bay Port, Milwaukee King, Oak Creek and Appleton East. Arrowhead joins the top 10 this week after defeating Germantown (#4 last week) on Saturday, 51-30. 

Division 2

Top-ranked Beaver Dam is No. 10 in the Xcellent 25 and No. 13 in the espnW 25 Power Rankings. Miami Country Day School, the only team to beat Beaver Dam this season, is the top-ranked team in both national rankings. Monona Grove moves up one top to No. 2 in the D2 WSN Coaches Poll. New Berlin Eisenhower drops one spot this week to No. 3 after falling to Pewaukee, which is the Lions' first loss against an in-state opponent this season. South Milwaukee joins the top 10 for the first time this season. 

Division 3

Undefeated Laconia continues to lead the way in Division 3. The lone change in the top five is Prairie du Chien joining and Freedom dropping from No. 5 to No. 8 after falling to Luxemburg-Casco. 

Division 4

The top five of the Division 4 Coaches Poll is the same as last week. Aquinas has won its last 45 games, the state's longest active winning streak. Regis joins the top 10 after defeating Colfax (#6 in Week 9) last week. 

Division 5

Undefeated Black Hawk (16-0) and Clayton (17-0) continue to lead the way in the Division 5 WSN Coaches Poll. Wauzeka-Steuben defeated Argyle, 89-84, on Saturday and join the top five this week and Argyle drops to No. 10 in the rankings. Eleva-Strum joins the top 10 for the first time this season. The Cardinals are 13-2 overall and one of their losses came against D4 No. 2 Melrose-Mindoro. 

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