Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 rankings

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Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 rankings

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Montini 33-1 1

On cruise control to semifinals

2. Young 27-4 2

Faces old foe at Hinsdale super

3. Marian Catholic 30-1 3

Millender miracle tops Marist

4. Bolingbrook 24-5 4

Will Bugg be back for super?

5. Rolling Meadows 28-3 5

Jackie Kemph leads Mustangs

6. WW South 29-3 6

Waldron puts teeth into Tigers

7. Evanston 27-3 9

Wins first sectional since 2000

8. Vernon Hills 29-2 14

Makes second Elite 8 in row

9. Marist 24-10 16

:02.8 away from super berth

10. Bloom 21-7 8

How can you replace Gaines?

11. Romeoville 27-4 7

Never finds offense vs. Brook

12. Joliet Catholic 24-5 10

Angels staggered by McNamara

13. Morgan Park 23-6 11

Toppled in overtime by Irish

14. Huntley 25-6 24

Sam Andrews rises to occasion

15. Trinity 23-5 15

Prochaska, Wilcher will return

16. Maine South 26-6 12

Jacqui Grant leaves big void

17. Neuqua Valley 27-4 13

Everybody back except Hedrick

18. Fremd 26-8 17

Will reload with Haley Gorecki

19. Mother McAuley 22-7 18

Siwek will be hard to replace

20. Fenwick 22-6 22

Owens will return for Friars

21. Naperville Central 25-7 19

Stanciel, Ryan, Kraft are back

22. Rich South 23-6 20

Tierra Webb is just sophomore

23. Plainfield East 24-5 21

Edom, Williams will move on

24. Burlington Central 25-4 NR

Vernon Hills stands in the way

25. Bishop McNamara 18-11 NR

Upsets JCA, Morgan Park in OT

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