The contents of the top-10 remain mostly the same this week, but almost all the teams are in different places except for the one constant of RHAM holding the top spot once again.
Greenwich jumped from fourth to second with a win over Ridgefield, but despite the sweep, the Tigers moved up from seventh to sixth.
Amity dropped two spots from second to fourth, but is still holding onto one first-place vote ahead of its big SCC match-up with Hand on Wednesday.
Haddam-Killingworth was the biggest mover within the poll this week as it jumped from No. 8 to No. 5 after beating Hale-Ray for its 10th win of the season.
Granby Memorial is the only newcomer this week, but it comes after beating No. 9 Coventry in five sets. The Patriots fell from sixth to ninth.
Dropped out: Bristol Eastern (10).
Others receiving votes: Brien McMahon (6-1) 94, Stamford (7-2) 52, Avon (8-1) 44, Bristol Eastern (7-2) 40, Joel Barlow (9-1) 28.
Coaches voting: Seth Davis, Amity; Brian Casey, Ansonia; Curt Burns, Avon; Bob Tarigo, Berlin; Troy Walcott, Bloomfield; Peter Georgiou, Brien McMahon; Jonathan Heller, Career Magnet; Ashley Alexander, East Catholic; Craig Brown, East Haven; Jack Biggs, East Lyme; Albina M. Belisle, Enfield; Laura Arena, Farmington; Steve Banks, Fitch; Julie Johnson, Foran; Matt Warner, Glastonbury; Steve Lapham, Greenwich; Michael Stango, Kennedy; Dan Vogt, Killingly; Peter Maneggia Jr., Montville; Michelle Abraham, New Britain; Tim Guernsey, RHAM; Lidania Cibere, Ridgefield; Richard Heitz, Southington; Mike Smeriglio, Stamford; Craig Pucci, Trinity Catholic; LA’Tosha Woodard, Windsor; James Amato, Woodland; Adam Bottone, Woodstock Academy.
Compiled by Tim Guernsey, RHAM.