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Madison Memorial's Santiago Barquin, left, and Ryan Weinbach, lost to Waunakee's Shane Paradisin and Max Christian 6-3, 6-3. The Madison Memorial Spartan Invitational boys tennis tournament was held Saturday, April 20, 2019 in Ripp Park in Waunakee. STEVE APPS, STATE JOURNAL

The Verona boys tennis team continued to lead area teams in Division 1 in the Wisconsin High School Tennis Coaches Association weekly state rankings, which were released Sunday night. 

Verona was ranked sixth, Middleton seventh, Sun Prairie ninth and Madison West 10th in Division 1. Madison Memorial earned honorable-mention recognition (12th).

Milwaukee Marquette continued to be ranked No. 1 in Division 1.

In Division 2, Madison Edgewood was ranked sixth.

Green Bay Notre Dame was top-ranked in Division 2.

BOYS TENNIS

WISCONSIN HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COACHES ASSOCIATION

WEEKLY STATE RANKINGS

(Last week’s ranking in parentheses)

DIVISION 1

1, Milwaukee Marquette (1); 2, Brookfield East (2); 3, Eau Claire Memorial (3); 4, Hartland Arrowhead (4); 5, Whitefish Bay (9); 6, Verona (5); 7, Middleton (6); 8, Green Bay Southwest (7); 9, Sun Prairie (8); 10, Madison West (10).

Honorable mention: 11, Lake Geneva Badger (13); 12, Madison Memorial (11); 13, De Pere (12); 14, Menomonee Falls (14); 15, Glendale Nicolet (15).

DIVISION 2

1, Green Bay Notre Dame (1); 2, Brookfield Academy (2); 3, Appleton Xavier (3); 4, University School of Milwaukee (5); 5, Kohler (4); 6, Madison Edgewood (6); 7, Waukesha Catholic Memorial (8); 8, Shorewood (7); 9, Ashland (9); 10, Walworth Big Foot-Williams Bay (UR).

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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.