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Sun Prairie's Lats Sysouvanh strides to meet the ball for a return shot during a second round match against Neenah's Anna Beyer at the WIAA State Tournament at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis., Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. M.P. KING, STATE JOURNAL

M.P. KING, STATE JOURNAL

The Madison West girls tennis team remained the highest ranked area team in the Wisconsin High School Tennis Coaches Association weekly state rankings, which were released Sunday night.

Madison West was ranked No. 3 in Division 1. The Regents were second last week.

Madison Memorial dropped from fifth to eighth, while Sun Prairie again earned honorable-mention recognition, climbing from 14th to 11th. Sun Prairie defeated Madison Memorial 4-3 in a Big Eight Conference dual meet last week. Madison West and Sun Prairie are scheduled to play their conference dual match during an invitational at the end of this week. 

Mequon Homestead remained No. 1 in Division 1 and Neenah was second.

Madison Edgewood remained No. 6 in Division 2. University School of Milwaukee remained top-ranked.

WISCONSIN HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COACHES ASSOCIATION

WEEKLY STATE RANKINGS

GIRLS TENNIS

DIVISION 1

1. Mequon Homestead; 2. Neenah; 3. Madison West; 4. Whitefish Bay; 5. Glendale Nicolet; 6. Brookfield East; 7. Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels; 8. Madison Memorial; 9. Brookfield Central; 10. Hartland Arrowhead;

Honorable mention – 11. Sun Prairie; 12. Oconomowoc; 13. Eau Claire Memorial; 14. Stevens Point; 15. Green Bay Notre Dame.

DIVISION 2

1. University School of Milwaukee; 2. Kenosha St. Joseph; 3. Waukesha Catholic Memorial; 4. Appleton Xavier; 5. Eau Claire Regis; 6. Madison Edgewood; 7. Kohler; 8. Shorewood; 9. Brookfield Academy; 10. Racine Prairie School.

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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.