Mike Clark’s Super 25 football rankings

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With record and last week’s rank

1. Stevenson 7-0 (1)

Hosts Mundelein Friday

2. Glenbard West 7-0 (2)

Hosts No. 20 Addison Trail Saturday

3. Cary-Grove 7-0 (3)

Hosts Dundee-Crown Friday

4. Maine South 7-0 (4)

At Evanston Friday

5. Nazareth 7-0 (6)

At Marist Friday

6. Oak Park-River Forest 6-1 (10)

At Hinsdale Central Friday

7. Naperville Central 6-1 (8)

At Lake Park Friday

8. Lincoln-Way East 6-1 (9)

Hosts No. 13 Bolingbrook Friday

9. Loyola 6-1 (12)

Hosts No. 14 St. Rita Saturday

10. Providence 6-1 (13)

Hosts No. 11 Brother Rice Friday

11. Brother Rice 5-2 (11)

At No. 10 Providence Friday

12. Homewood-Flossmoor 5-2 (14)

Hosts Lockport Friday

13. Bolingbrook 5-2 (5)

At No. 8 Lincoln-Way East Friday

14. St. Rita 6-1 (15)

At No. 8 Loyola Saturday

15. Barrington 7-0 (16)

Hosts Palatine Friday

16. Geneva 7-0 (17)

At No. 22 Batavia Friday

17. Richards 6-1 (18)

At Evergreen Park Friday

18. Joliet Catholic 5-2 (19)

Hosts Benet Friday

19. Simeon 6-1 (21)

Young at Rockne Friday

20. Addison Trail 7-0 (22)

At No. 2 Glenbard West Saturday

21. Oswego 6-1 (23)

Hosts Plainfield North Friday

22. Batavia 6-1 (24)

Hosts No. 16 Geneva Friday

23. Neuqua Valley 5-2 (NR)

Hosts Waubonsie Valley Friday

24. Phillips 6-1 (25)

Urban Prep-Bronzeville at Mandrake Friday

25. New Trier 6-1 (NR)

At Niles West Friday

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