Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 boys basketball rankings

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With record and last week’s ranking

1. Stevenson (12-1) 1

Lost to Chaminade, MO

2. St. Joseph (11-2) 2

Area’s best resume

3. St. Rita (8-2) 3

Don’t forget Simeon win

4. Simeon (10-1) 4

Dominant in Pontiac, West Virginia

5. Morgan Park (9-3) 5

Champs at Carbondale

6. Hales (13-1) 7

McDipper champs

7. Lake Forest (14-0) 8

Undefeated in January is amazing

8. St. Charles East (12-1) 10

Only lost to St. Joseph

9. Bogan (12-2) 6

Lost to O’Fallon

10. Hinsdale Central (10-2) 17

Potential for Peoria

11. Benet (9-3) NR

Impressive run at Pontiac

12. Riverside-Brookfield (13-1) 12

Lost to Lake Forest

13. Kenwood (9-3) 13

Had the week off

14. Hillcrest (9-3) 14

Marcus Garrett can play

15. Proviso East (6-4) 16

Tumultuous season, talented team

16. Lake Zurich (12-2) NR

Champs at Pekin

17. Curie (8-3) 9

Lost to Benet, Muskegon MI

18. Rich South (8-3) NR

Second place at McDipper

19. Thornton (9-2) 11

Lost to Rich South

20. Lyons (12-3) 20

Lost to Lake Forest

21. Maine South (10-2) 21

George Sargeant is a force

22. Larkin (12-4) 22

Christian Negron keeps improving

23. Lake Park (14-2) 23

Surprise of the season

24. Notre Dame (10-2) 24

At Lake Forest on Friday

25. Neuqua Valley (13-1) 25

Champs at East Aurora

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