Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 Chicago-area basketball rankings

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Curie’s Treavon Martin dunks against Oak Park River Forest. | Pat Gleason/For the Sun-Times

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Simeon (11-2) 1

Pontiac champs

2. Curie (10-2) 2

Impressive resume

3. Orr (11-2) 4

Proviso West champs

4. Niles North (13-0) 3

Wheeling champs

5. Young (13-3) 7

Lost to Orr

6. Morgan Park (10-5) 11

Won Big Dipper without Dosunmu

7. Oak Park (9-2) 6

Lost to Curie

8. Fenwick (11-4) 19

Very good at Proviso West

9. Bolingbrook (10-2) 5

Lost to St. Rita

10. Lincoln Park (11-4) NR

Chris Roberts is a force

11. Marian Catholic (10-2) 16

Lost to Lincoln Park

12. Hillcrest (11-4) 17

Lost to Young

13. Marist (14-1) 20

3-1 in Centralia

14. Conant (11-4) NR

York champs

15. St. Rita (9-7) NR

Hinsdale Central champs

16. DePaul Prep (11-3) 16

Lost to St. Rita

17. Evanston (11-3) 22

Lance Jones is clutch

18. Leo (7-5) NR

Fred Cleveland is the man

19. North Lawndale (11-2) NR

Second in Bloomington

20. Libertyville (8-5) NR

Second at Wheeling

21. Brother Rice (10-6) NR

Second at York

22. Batavia (11-3) NR

Riley Cooper hoops too

23. Naperville North (11-1) 10

Lost to Batavia

24. Joliet Central (11-2) 24

Lost to North Lawndale

25. Wheaton-Warrenville South (10-2) 21

Lost to Joliet Central

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