mwilliquette
Of course Kimberly, who else does everyone like. Who has what coming back. Bay Port returns 7 starters on each side of the ball including 6 all state HM or better players. A team that was leading Kimberly midway through the 3rd quarter in a level 3 game while missing 5 starters. 
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Michael Gardner
The SE part of the state is starting to see a resurgence of formerly good teams rising to power. The SEC is losing a lot of talent in comparison to conferences like the Classic 8, Southern Lakes, MPS etc... I’m expecting the SEC to be out of the playoffs all together next year by level 2. Franklin isn’t going to be as good as it has been. Racine Horlick will be in a rebuild. Oak Creek has a lot of questions surrounding that team. KIT and Bradford are interesting teams but I don’t know what will be in store next year for both. The bottom 3 of Tremper, Case, and Park leave a lot to be desired. Case has a solid defense but no offense. Park is the opposite of case in the fact that when they score they score in bunches but can’t stop anybody. I don’t know a ton about Tremper but I do know they used to be really good. Muskego should be pretty good again but I don’t know if they can win back to back. Marquette is in a weird spot in that they have the best chance at going to state but I don’t know if they can actually beat a Kimberly type team like Muskego did. I don’t want to just give the title to Kimberly either. I’m half tempted to go with Arrowhead if they can get a better start this time around but I don’t think they have enough talent. The D1 title is wide open.
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Charlie Tweeder
The easy response would be to assume Kimberly reloads, and whomever emerges as the leader in the Classic 8.

I'm interested if the Big 8 rebounds from their poor postseason showing this year and a team (or two) makes a deep run. From what I observed, all the teams that made Level 4 were senior dominated squads. Could mean 2019 will be wide open and should make for another great season!
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blade12
Given what we are seeing with the number of transfers into the "have" schools, I'll wait until about week 2 or 3 next year and see who added what players from other schools before starting to think about who is best.
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ppeardon
Muskego returns 9 players that started on offense including the entire front 7 and the defense returns 7 starters in defense.  Additionally Their kicking game will again be strong.  The entire Warrior program was undefeated this season including 2 Freshman teams, JV and of course Varsity.  And now a state championship is no longer just a Dream.  The Classic 8 conference across the board will be another gauntlet for all teams.
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Wisconsin HS Sports Fan
Compared to past years, Kimberly brings back quite a bit next year. Usually it’s anywhere between 3-5 starters returning but they bring back all 3 running backs (I’d expect martzahl to move to QB). They have a 6’6 280 o-lineman who’s being recruited by Iowa and Wisconsin coming back, the TE who’s also being recruited from those schools, a WR with nearly 1000 yards and 15 TDs, and bring back about 5 players on defense that either started or were within the starting rotation, including a DE with an Iowa offer. I’d expect Kimberly and Bay Port to be the early favorites and then possibly Marquette, Fondy, Arrowhead, Muskego, Sun Prairie
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