WISCA Ranks: Madison Memorial, Monona Grove Primed For Repeat Titles

The final Wisconsin high school rankings before the 2016 state championships have dropped, with defending state champs Madison Memorial and Monona Grove maintaining their #1 ranks.

In the big school class, Division 1, Madison Memorial leads city rival Madison West. Memorial has won the last five state titles, with West finishing second for each of the past three years. West jumped over Arrowhead this week for the #2 rank heading into the state meet.

In Division 2, for the state’s smaller high schools, Monona Grove leads #2 Shorewood by a wide margin. They’ve got the top seed in five events heading into the state meet, including both the 200 and 500 free with defending state champ Ben McDade.

This is the 10th straight week at #1 for both Memorial and Monona Grove – neither team has been ranked anywhere but #1 this entire season. The state meet will take place at the University of Wisconsin this coming weekend.

Division 1 Ranks

1 » Madison Memorial 583 pts
2 » Madison West 416 pts
3 » Arrowhead 359 pts
4 » Waukesha South-Catholic Memo 354 pts
5 » Brookfield Central-Brookfiel 349 pts
6 » Franklin 269 pts
7 » Sauk Prairie-Wisconsin Heigh 263 pts
8 » Eau Claire Memorial-North 259 pts
9 » Middleton 250 pts
10 » Greenfield-Greendale-Pius XI 248 pts

Division 2 Ranks

1 » Monona Grove 590 pts
2 » Shorewood 420 pts
3 » Grafton 410 pts
4 » McFarland 397 pts
5 » Cedarburg 375 pts
6 » Nicolet 329 pts
7 » Ashwaubenon 311 pts
8 » Plymouth 241 pts
9 » Whitefish Bay 204 pts
10 » Baraboo 196 pts

RANKINGS METHODOLOGY

The weekly WISCA polls are computer generated and based on the WISCA Top Times database.

The polls are generated at midnight each Sunday. Individuals are scored in their top two scoring events only.

Points are awarded as follows:
Individuals: 1st Place – 30 points – 30th Place – 1 point (1 point increments)
Relays: 1st Place – 60 points – 30th Place – 2 points (2 point increments)

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