After another perfect week, both the Aquinas High School girls basketball team and the Onalaska High School boys basketball team received seven of eight first-place votes to stay a top in the latest Associated Press polls released on Monday.
The Blugolds (16-1) played just one game last week, but kept the top spot in Division 4 after handling rival Onalaska 68-27 on Thursday.
Onalaska (15-1) held onto to the top spot in Division 2 after it knocked off Aquinas on Friday before a convincing 60-44 win over Lakeville North in the Wisconsin/Minnesota Border Battle at UW-L on Saturday. The Onalaska girls (12-4) dropped to No. 8 after being ranked sixth last week.
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Central (11-3) dropped a spot to No. 3 in Division 2 after falling to Minnehaha Academy 73-64 at the Border Battle on Saturday.
Both the Bangor boys (15-0) and girls (16-1) held tight in Division 5 with the boys staying put at No. 2 and the girls sticking at No. 3.
The Blair-Taylor boys (12-2) dropped to sixth after being ranked fourth last week and losing to Loyal in splitting two games.
The Prairie du Chien girls (12-3) also stayed put at No. 7 in Division 3 while Melrose-Mindoro (15-1) did the same in Division 4, sitting tight at No. 4.