How they fared: Friday’s Super 25 scores

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1. Homewood-Flossmoor (4-0)

Won 60-0 vs. Joliet Central

2. Glenbard West (4-0)

Won 41-0 at Downers Grove North

3. Nazareth (3-1)

Lost 34-19 at Marian Central

4. Libertyville (3-0)

Saturday vs. Lake Forest

5. Naperville Central (3-0)

Saturday at Waubonsie Valley

6. Montini (3-0)

Saturday vs. De La Salle

7. Phillips (3-0)

Saturday vs. Julian

8. Loyola (3-0)

Saturday at Fenwick

9. Mount Carmel (4-0)

Won 35-14 vs. St. Rita

10. Joliet Catholic (4-0)

Won 48-0 at St. Viator

11. Hinsdale Central (3-0)

Saturday at York

12. Stevenson (3-1)

Won 20-7 vs. Wauconda

13. Barrington (3-0)

Saturday at Wheeling

14. Oak Park-River Forest (3-0)

Saturday at Proviso West

15. Hinsdale South (2-1)

Saturday vs. Willowbrook

16. Neuqua Valley (2-1)

Saturday at WW South

17. Notre Dame (3-0)

Saturday vs. Marist

18. Cary-Grove (4-0)

Won 34-0 at Woodstock North

19. New Trier (3-0)

Saturday vs. Highland Park

20. Simeon (2-2)

Won 56-0 at Lane

21. Lincoln-Way East (3-1)

Won 50-0 vs. Stagg

22. Lyons (3-0)

Saturday at Leyden

23. St. Francis (3-1)

Lost 46-33 at Brother Rice

24. Lincoln-Way West (3-0)

Saturday vs. Andrew

25. Batavia (3-0)

Saturday vs. St. Charles East

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