Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 girls basketball rankings

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1. Young (19-1) 1

Saved by Muhammad’s big shot

2. Benet (21-2) 2

Redwings tumbling in ESCC race

3. Fremd (18-4) 3

Bounce back to bury Barrington

4. Trinity (19-2) 4

Blazers visit Young on Saturday

5. Marian Catholic (19-2) 5

The hottest team in the ESCC

6. Rich South (19-3) 6

Blasts Central behind Evans’ 20

7. Joliet Catholic (14-8) 7

Goal the same despite OT loss

8. Prospect (19-1) 8

Will, Sherwood wreck Wheeling

9. New Trier (19-1) 9

Trevians blast rudderless ‘Kits

10. Montini (21-4) 10

Broncos win sectional preview?

11. Homewood-Flossmoor (9-4) 12

Defeat locals L-W East, Stagg

12. Bishop McNamara (18-3) 17

Show why they are 2A favorites

13. Proviso East (18-3) 14

Almon & Co. bash Willowbrook

14. Stevenson (20-3) 18

Skylar Blackstock provides lift

15. Bloom (15-7) 11

King’s 39 not enough vs. Brooks

16. Burlington Central (17-3) 20

Wins 32nd straight in league

17. Lincoln-Way North (18-3) 21

Lanie Hicks carrying the load

18. Hersey (17-5) 22

Berigan, Gritt spark Huskies

19. Hinsdale Central (15-7) 19

Lets lead slip away to Trinity

20. Glenbrook South (18-3) 23

Has no trouble with Niles West

21. Lincoln-Way West (19-0) 24

Sweeps Thornwood, Thornridge

22. Geneva (16-6) 16

Shocked by St. Charles East

23. Riverside-Brookfield (20-3) 25

Samantha Bloom tears up Lyons

24, Brooks (17-5) NR

Wellere lights up Bloom for 38

25. Huntley (19-4) NR

Raiders have won 16 of last 17

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