Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 girls basketball rankings

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Record, with last week’s ranking

1. Young 16-1 (1)

Slips Marshall, Marian (Mich.)

2. Benet 20-1 (2)

Too much balance for Carmel

3. Fremd 17-3 (3)

Explodes against Hoffman Estates

4. Trinity 17-1 (4)

Kaitlyn Aylward wrecks Ramblers

5. Marian Catholic 16-2 (5)

Eight days off since Conant win

6. Rich South 17-3 (6)

Tierra Webb, Tierney Lockett star

7. Joliet Catholic 13-6 (7)

Jnaya Walker & Co. top Marshall

8. Prospect 18-1 (8)

Knights beat beaten up Geneva

9. New Trier 18-1 (9)

Pedi, Greer too much for More

10. Montini 18-4 (10)

Broncos take bite out of Lyons

11. Bloom 14-5 (11)

King lights up St. Joseph (Mo.)

12. Homewood-Flossmoor 6-4 (13)

Overcomes slow start vs. Raiders

13. Marshall 15-4 (12)

Tekia Mack gets 20 in JCA loss

14. Proviso East 17-3 (15)

DaTasha Almon heats up Blazers

15. Morgan Park 15-5 (14)

Loses to Boylan at DeKalb MLK

16. Geneva 14-5 (16)

Beat up Vikings fall to Prospect

17. Kankakee McNamara 17-2 (18)

Sanders, Irish get by RedHawks

18. Stevenson 18-1 (19)

Tom Dineen gets his 800th win

19. Hinsdale Central 13-5 (20)

Rush set to break Kokenis’ mark

20. Burlington Central 14-3 (21)

Tumbles to Divine Savior (Wis.)

21. Lincoln-Way North 16-3 (22)

Loses Valen Manns to torn ACL

22. Hersey 15-5 (23)

Kelly Weyhrich has solid outing

23. Glenbrook South 17-3 (17)

Second quarter dooms Titans

24. Lincoln-Way West 17-0 (25)

Eases way by Bradley-Bourbonnais

25. Riverside-Brookfield 18-3 (24)

Bulldogs bounce back vs. Illiana

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