Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 rankings

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Sun-Times Girls Basketball Super 25 (Final record, preseason ranking) 1. Marian Catholic 33-1 3 Megan Walsh goes out on top 2. Rolling Meadows 30-4 16 All five starters back next year 3. Young 29-5 1 Irivin searching for next Harper 4. Vernon Hills 31-3 13 Second place two years in row 5. Montini 35-2 4 Freshmen are cause for optimism 6. Huntley 26-8 NR Zornow, Andrews make history 7. Bolingbrook 24-6 10 Will miss Kennedy Cattenhead 8. WW South 29-4 6 Hoping for a healthier new year 9. Marist 24-10 5 Rouse, Bolton leave huge holes 10. Evanston 27-4 21 Dashae Shumate will be back 11. Bloom 21-7 NR Katherine Strong could be huge 12. Romeoville 27-4 11 Spartans will be starting over 13. Joliet Catholic 24-5 NR Reloading with Lumpkin, Ekhomu 14. Morgan Park 23-6 19 Another city contender in 2014? 15. Trinity 23-5 2 Hoping to stay healthy next year 16. Maine South 26-6 12 Has some very big shoes to fill 17. Neuqua Valley 27-4 18 Brook will still be a roadblock 18. Fremd 26-8 7 Ashley McConnell hard to replace 19. Mother McAuley 22-7 NR Some promising youngsters return 20. Fenwick 22-6 15 Maya Garland, Deja Cage return 21. Naperville Central 25-7 NR No. 1 challenger to WW South? 22. Rich South 23-6 NR Lockett, Evans, Webb are back 23. Plainfield East 24-5 9 Faith Suggs is Bengals’ future 24. Burlington Central 25-5 NR Watch the Rockets in 2014, 2015 25. Streamwood 21-9 NR Will build around Hannah McGlone

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