Arrowhead Begins 7th-Straight Week Atop WISCA High School Rankings

Note: The WISCA (Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association) rankings are based entirely off of the state’s database of top times. The top 30 times in each event earn points for their team, #1 earning 30, #2 29, #3 28 and so on down to #30 earning 1. Relay rankings are worth double points.

The Wisconsin high school swimming rankings are simmering down in a big way, with the entire top 4 in both classes remaining unchanged this week.

That leaves Hartland Arrowhead atop the Divison 1 (big schools) rankings for the 7th-straight week. Arrowhead is coming off a win at the Classic 8 Conference meet that included 8 event wins.

Middleton follows, with Verona and Cedarburg remaining stable through fourth place.

The big risers were Waukesha South, which jumped 29 spots.

In Division 2, for the state’s smaller schools, the entire top 5 is unchanged. Madison Edgewood stays #1 for a fifth-straight week, with McFarland and Grafton in tow.

Division 1 Rankings

1 » Arrowhead 520 pts
2 » Middleton 230 pts
3 » Verona Area-Mount Horeb 211 pts
4 » Cedarburg 180 pts
5 » Waukesha South-Mukwonago 170 pts
6 » Madison West 144 pts
7 » Muskego 113 pts
8 » Sun Prairie 108 pts
9 » Divine Savior Holy Angels 103 pts
10 » Brookfield East 102 pts

Division 2 Rankings

1 » Madison Edgewood 498 pts
2 » McFarland 466 pts
3 » Grafton 420 pts
4 » Deforest 361 pts
5 » Kohler/Sheboygan Area Luther 350 pts
6 » New Berlin Eisenhower 336 pts
7 » Whitnall 303 pts
8 » Shorewood 293 pts
9 » Brown Deer-Univ. School of M 245 pts
10 » New Berlin West 242 pts

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