Phil Brozynski’s boys volleyball rankings

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1. Glenbard West 2-0 (1)

Will West meet East Saturday?

2. New Trier 7-0 (2)

Dante Chakravorti is Tiger MVP

3. Lincoln-Way West 11-0 (3)

Warriors stay perfect at Argo

4. Glenbard East 6-0 (6)

Dist. 87 bragging rights at stake?

5. Wheaton Warrenville South 5-1 (8)

John Hildebrand enjoys the outside

6. Barrington 10-1 (4)

6-6 soph Josh Babicz stepping up

7. Naperville Central 9-2 (5)

Suffers two three-set losses

8. Hersey 5-1 (12)

Visits Buffalo Grove on Tuesday

9. Buffalo Grove 8-3 (19)

Avenged Sandburg, Hersey next?

10. Benet 8-2 (7)

Hopes to impress at Springfest

11. Joliet Catholic 6-1 (10)

Showdown with Lockport Monday

12. Loyola 7-1 (11)

Connor Kreb shouldering the load

13. Sandburg 7-3 (9)

Tiger Classic finish not a classic

14. Vernon Hills 4-2 (13)

Travels to Libertyville Wednesday

15. Addison Trail 1-1 (14)

Visits Hinsdale South on Tuesday

16. Downers Grove North 2-1 (15)

Trojans travel to Benet Tuesday

17. Lyons 4-0 (17)

Beats easy Conant field Saturday

18. Elk Grove 5-1 (18)

Kevin Wickstrom whips Palatine

19. Zion-Benton 6-0 (20)

Dillon Appenzeller can ball, too

20. Joliet West 10-1 (NR)

Juwann Jackson powering Tigers

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