Phil Brozynski’s Super 25 girls basketball rankings

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1. Young 11-1 (2)

Dolphins win Title IX in D.C.

2. Benet 18-0 (7)

Beats Providence with 35-8 run

3. Fremd 13-2 (3)

Host D-C champ Prospect on Tuesday

4. Trinity 12-1 (4)

Deep, young and improving

5. Marian Catholic 13-2 (5)

Beats St. Viator without TeniyaPage

6. Montini 16-3 (1)

Really misses Kaylee Bambule

7. Rich South 14-3 (9)

Tierra Webb MVP at Hillcrest

8. Prospect 13-0 (14)

Knights surprise Trevians at D-C

9. New Trier 14-1 (6)

Stunned by late Prospect rally

10. Bloom 11-4 (8)

Danielle King sets scoring mark

11. Joliet Catholic 8-5 (10)

Nicole Ekhomu still finding her groove

12. Geneva 11-3 (12)

Loses three times without Grace Loberg

13. Marshall 14-2 (13)

Falls to Washington at Manual

14. Homewood-Flossmoor 4-4 (15)

Rolls past Morgan Park at Z-B

15. Morgan Park 11-3 (16)

Routing outing at border battle

16. Proviso East 13-3 (18)

Da’Tasia Almon, Cinia McCray star

17. Glenbrook South 15-1 (19)

Travels to New Trier on Friday

18. Kankakee McNamara 14-2 (21)

Finishes third at State Farm

19. Hinsdale Central 9-3 (22)

Gabrielle Rush POY candidate

20. Stevenson 15-1 (17)

Outlasts Palatine at the stripe

21. Burlington Central 11-2 (11)

Two losses to grow on at D-C

22. Lincoln-Way North 12-3 (23)

Welcomes Bradley on Tuesday

23. Hersey 11-4 (24)

Injuries taking toll on Huskies

24. Buffalo Grove 12-3 (20)

Showdown on Saturday at Hersey

25. Riverside-Brookfield 16-2 (NR)

Janae Dabney is tourney MVP

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