Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 boys basketball rankings

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With record and last week’s rank

1. Simeon (28-3) 1

Very at home in central Illinois

2. Stevenson (27-3) 2

Justin Smith stepping up

3. Morgan Park (21-6) 5

Three-peat is in sight

4. St. Joseph (26-6) 10

Forfeit winnerson Friday

5. Riverside-Brookfield (28-3) 11

Will give Patriots a challenge

6. Geneva (29-3) 12

Proved a lot last week

7. Uplift (28-5) 15

Class 2A state champions

8. Bolingbrook (23-6) 19

Erasing all the doubts

9. West Aurora (22-8) 21

Hot at the right time

10. Lake Park (25-6) NR

Taking over for St. Ignatius

11. Hillcrest (23-6) NR

Can Hawks beat Morgan Park?

12. St. Patrick (22-8) NR

Nick Coleman is electric

13. Bogan (25-7) 3

City champs fell shortFriday

14. St. Rita (26-4) 6

Couldn’t beat Simeon twice

15. Lake Forest (28-3) 4

Three losses to Stevenson

16. Notre Dame (26-5) 13

Gave Patriots a real scare

17. Thornwood (23-6) 7

Very impressive in Simeon loss

18. Providence (21-10) 8

Spectacular season

19. Hales (26-6) 9

Second-best team in 2A?

20. St. Charles East (24-4) 24

Cole Gentry to South Dakota State

21. Kenwood (19-7) 25

Program on the rise

22. Morton (17-12) 22

Tony Martinucci has built something

23. Hinsdale Central (23-7) 17

Upset by West Aurora

24. Curie (19-7) 18

Josh Stamps huge vs. R-B

25. St. Ignatius (22-9) 20

Overachieved again

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