How the Super 25 fared

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1. Loyola (3-0)

Saturday vs. St. Francis

2. Homewood-Flossmoor (4-0)

Won 53-24 at Lockport

3. Mount Carmel (3-1)

Won 49-8 vs. DePaul Prep

4. Glenbard West (3-0)

Saturday vs. Downers Grove North

5. Brother Rice (4-0)

Won 42-7 vs. Montini

6. Neuqua Valley (4-0)

Won 48-19 vs. WW South

7. Lincoln-Way East (3-1)

Won 41-23 at No. 10 Bolingbrook

8. Marist (3-1)

Won 45-0 vs. Marian Central

9. Oak Park (4-0)

Won 42-8 vs. Proviso West

10. Bolingbrook (2-2)

Lost 41-23 vs. No. 7 Lincoln-Way East

11. Barrington (4-0)

Won 35-7 at Evanston

12. Lyons (4-0)

Won 38-13 vs. Leyden

13. Waubonsie Valley (2-2)

Lost 33-16 at Naperville Central

14. Glenbard North (2-1)

Saturday at Thornton

15. Maine South (2-2)

Won 45-7 vs. Conant

16. Fenwick (4-0)

Won 36-8 at Leo

17. Batavia (4-0)

Won 48-0 vs. Elgin

18. Prairie Ridge (4-0)

Won 56-7 vs. Crystal Lake South

19. Palatine (4-0)

Won 41-21 at New Trier

20. Libertyville (3-1)

Won 40-7 vs. Waukegan

21. Oswego East (4-0)

Won 40-19 at Plainfield South

22. IC Catholic (4-0)

Won 72-0 vs. Chicago Christian

23. Lincoln-Way West (4-0)

Won 14-0 vs. Stagg

24. Stevenson (3-1)

Won 48-6 at Mundelein

25. Crete-Monee (2-2)

Won 30-0 vs. Kankakee

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