Beth Long’s Super 25 football rankings

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1. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-0) 1

Saturday at Joliet West

2. Glenbard West (5-0) 2

Saturday vs. Hinsdale Central

3. Loyola (5-0) 3

Friday at Providence

4. Libertyville (5-0) 4

Friday vs. Lake Zurich

5. Montini (5-0) 5

Friday at St. Joseph

6. Phillips (5-0) 6

Friday vs. King

7. Mount Carmel (5-0) 7

Friday at Brother Rice

8. Joliet Catholic (5-0) 8

Friday at Marian Catholic

9. Hinsdale Central (5-0) 9

Saturday at Glenbard West

10. Nazareth (4-1) 10

Friday vs. Benet

11. Naperville Central (4-1) 11

Friday at Batavia

12. Barrington (5-0) 13

Saturday at Conant

13. Batavia (5-0) 24

Friday vs. Naperville Central

14. Neuqua Valley (4-1) 15

Friday vs. Naperville North

15. Oak Park-River Forest (5-0) 14

Friday at York

16. New Trier (5-0) 17

Friday vs. Waukegan

17. Stevenson (3-2) 12

Friday at Warren

18. Huntley (5-0) NR

Friday vs. Jacobs

19. Lincoln-Way East (4-1) 19

Friday vs. Lockport

20. Thornton (5-0) NR

Friday vs. Bradley-Bourbonnais

21. Marian Central (4-1) 18

Friday at Notre Dame

22. Conant (5-0) NR

Saturday vs. Barrington

23. Lyons (4-1) 21

Friday at Downers Grove North

24. Simeon (3-2) 20

Saturday vs. North Lawndale

25. Notre Dame (4-1) NR

Friday vs. Marian Central

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