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Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Dells both third in AP boys' b-ball poll

Published On: Feb 19 2013 08:27:48 AM CST

MADISON, Wis. -

Southern Wisconsin is well represented in this week's AP boys' basketball poll, with Sun Prairie and Wisconsin Dells two of the top ranked teams in the area.

Sun Prairie climbed one spot to third in the division 1 poll this week. Madison Memorial, who is battling the Cardinals for first place in the Big Eight conference, also climbed one spot to ninth in the poll.

In division 3, Wisconsin Dells also climbed one spot to third in this week's poll. Marshall dropped two spots to fifth, and Lodi jumped two spots to seventh in this week's poll.

In division 4, Cuba City remains in second in the poll, while Southwestern remains in eighth. And in division 5, three area teams are represented. Randolph remains in second, despite a loss in conference last week. Black Hawk is at number 5, which Cassville is tied for seventh.

To see the entire poll, read below.

Wisconsin Boys Basketball Prep Poll

   By The Associated Press

   Here is The Associated Press Wisconsin prep basketball poll for the week of February 18, with first-place votes in parentheses, record, total points and last week

Division 1               

School;Record;Points;LastWeek

1. Germantown (9);22-0;90;1

2. Milwaukee King;18-3;68;7

3. Sun Prairie;18-3;65;4 

4. Milwaukee Hamilton;20-2;64;2

5. De Pere;19-3;49;6     

6. Hamilton;20-2;47;3    

7. Milwaukee Vincent;18-4;28;5

8. Oshkosh North;19-3;26;8

9. Madison Memorial;18-4;22;10

10. Racine Case;19-3;17;9

   Others receiving votes:

   Brookfield Central 16, Neenah 2, Sheboygan North 1.

Division 2               

School;Record;Points;LastWeek

1. Onalaska (9);20-2;90;1

2. Wisconsin Lutheran;17-5;55;7

3. West De Pere;19-2;54;10

4. La Crosse Central;19-3;52;4

5. Rice Lake;18-4;49;6   

6. Milw. Washington;14-7;47;9

7. Seymour;18-4;41;2     

8. Pulaski;18-4;39;3     

9. Rhinelander;18-2;35;8 

10. Slinger;19-3;18;5   

   Others receiving votes:

   Waunakee 10, Catholic Memorial 4, Ashwaubenon 1.

Division 3             

School;Record;Points;LastWeek

1. Little Chute (9);20-1;90;1

2. East Troy;19-3;76;2 

3. Wisconsin Dells;21-1;65;4

4. Aquinas;18-4;64;5   

5. Marshall;20-1;56;3  

6. Oostburg;19-1;42;7  

7. Lodi;19-3;31;9      

8. Durand;21-1;30;8    

9. Barron;21-1;17;10   

10. Brown Deer;19-3;13

   Others receiving votes:

   Brillion 9, Roncalli 1, Lake Mills 1.

Division 4               

School;Record;Points;LastWeek

1. Dominican (7);18-4;87;1

2. Cuba City (2);22-0;81;2

3. Laconia;22-0;68;3     

4. Elk Mound;21-0;64;4   

5. Brookfield Academy;20-2;56;6

6. Augusta;21-1;41;7     

7. Auburndale;20-1;32;5  

8. Southwestern;19-3;21;8

9. Luther;18-3;18;10     

10. Shiocton;19-3;16    

   Others receiving votes:

   Amherst 4, Saint Mary's Springs 3, Grantsburg 2, Colfax 1, Montello 1.

Division 5                          

School;Record;Points;LastWeek       

1. Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran (8);22-0;89;2

2. Randolph (1);20-2;78;1            

3. Clayton;19-0;75;3                

4. Drummond;18-2;61;4               

5. Black Hawk;20-1;57;5             

6. Royall;19-3;37;7                 

7. Suring;19-3;28;6                 

7. Cassville;19-3;28;9              

9. Elmwood;18-4;21;10                

10. North Crawford;18-3;10         

   Others receiving votes:

   Luck 8, Monticello 2, Fall River 1.

   AP-WF-02-19-13 1140GMT

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