Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 basketball rankings

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With record and last week’s ranking

1. Morgan Park (21-2) 1

The bigs are stepping up

2. Fenwick (22-2) 2

Rolling through CCL Tournament

3. Simeon (21-3) 3

Looked great beating Young

4. Curie (20-4) 4

Need to start better

5. Evanston (21-2) 6

Simeon looms

6. Kenwood (18-3) 7

Beat CVS, Westinghouse

7. Bogan (17-7) 7

Couldn’t beat Curie

8. St. Joseph (18-7) 9

CCL title in sight

9. North Lawndale (20-7) 10

Tyrone Rhivers can play

10. Thornton (19-2) 5

Lost to Lincoln-Way Central

11. Marian Catholic (18-5) 11

Rolling in ESCC

12. Orr (16-3) 12

Had the week off

13. Benet (23-3) 13

14-1 since the holidays

14. Homewood-Flossmoor (18-5)

Dominating Southwest Suburban Blue

15. Naperville North (19-4) 18

Peaking at the right time

16. Riverside-Brookfield (18-4) 19

Face Morgan Park on Saturday

17. Hyde Park (18-7) 20

Gave Morgan Park a scare

18. Vocational (18-8) 17

Lost to Kenwood

19. Young (17-8) 15

Smashed by Simeon

20. Hillcrest (18-5) 21

Big win over TF North

21. Deerfield (23-3) 23

Handled Niles North

22. Notre Dame (19-6) 25

Beat Lake Forest, St. Viator

23. Stevenson (19-6) NR

Proved a lot last week

24. Lincoln-Way Central (16-6) NR

Welcome back Bob Curran

25. Minooka (18-8) NR

Leading the Southwest Prairie

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