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Loyola’s Noah Jones, right, celebrates his second touchdown as the Ramblers defeat New Trier 35-32, October 28, 2017. Allen Cunningham / For the Sun-Times.

Beth Long’s Super 25 Chicago area football rankings

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With record and last week’s ranking

1. Lincoln-Way East (10-0) 1

8A: at St. Charles East

2. Prairie Ridge (10-0) 2

6A: at Cary Grove

3. Maine South (9-1) 3

8A: at Warren

4. Phillips (10-0) 4

5A: at Solorio

5. Loyola (9-1) 5

8A: vs. Hinsdale Central

6. Marist (10-0) 6

8A: at Curie

7. Glenbard West (9-1) 7

8A: at Oswego

8. Lake Zurich (10-0) 8

7A: vs. Plainfield North

9. Homewood-Flossmoor (9-1) 9

8A: vs. Naperville Central

10. Barrington (10-0) 10

8A: vs. Minooka

11. St Charles North (9-1) 11

7A: vs. St. Rita

12. Nazareth (9-1) 12

6A: vs. Danville

13. Batavia (9-1) 14

7A: vs. Wheaton North

14. Hinsdale Central (8-2) 15

8A: vs. Loyola

15. Naperville Central (8-2) 17

8A: at Homewood Flossmoor

16. Lincoln-Way Central (9-1) 16

7A: at Hersey

17. St. Charles East (8-2) 18

8A: vs Lincoln-Way East

18. Oswego (9-1) 24

8A: at Glenbard West

19. Lincoln-Way West (8-2) 22

7A: at Alton

20. Minooka (8-2) NR

8A: at Barrington

21. Warren (7-3) NR

8A: vs. Maine South

22. Wheaton North (8-2) NR

7A: at Batavia

23. Huntley (8-2) 13

Season over

24. Willowbrook (9-1) 23

6A: vs. DeKalb

25. St. Rita (7-2) 25

7A: vs. St. Charles North

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