Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 basketball rankings

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St. Anthony’s Brandon Runge (45) wraps up Hope’s Jordan Doss (13) Worsom Robinson/ For the Sun-Times.

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Simeon (28-3) 1

Edwardsville on Tuesday

2. Bolingbrook (28-1) 2

Deepest team in the area

3. Morgan Park (23-6) 3

Survived St. Rita

4. Evanston (28-3) 4

Finished strong at Waukegan

5. Young (24-7) 5

Can they beat Eastern?

6. Fremd (30-0) 8

Kyle Sliwa is a hero

7. Fenwick (28-4) 9

St. Viator on Tuesday

8. Orr (23-5) 11

State champs

9. Jacobs (30-1) 15

Cam Krutwig is dominant

10. Naperville North (25-5) 18

Big underdogs on Tuesday

11. Joliet West (26-4) 10

Let it slip away

12. Wheaton-Warrenville South (29-2) 7

Outfoxed by Naperville North

13. North Lawndale (23-8) 12

Lost to Fenwick

14. Conant (27-5) 13

Kyle Sliwa nightmares

15. Oak Park (24-7) 16

Finished strong

16. Curie (25-4) 6

Lost to Oak Park

17. Thornton (23-6) 14

Couldn’t handle Simeon

18. Waukegan (21-9) 20

Future is bright

19. Brother Rice (25-6) 21

Bobby Frasor getting it done

20. Marist (27-4) 22

Loaded for next season

21. Wheaton North (24-7) 23

Luke Anthony can play

22. Hinsdale South (19-12) 24

Zion Griffin is tough

23. Joliet Central (23-6) NR

Almost knocked off West

24. Benet (23-7) NR

Seniors won a lot

25. Hope Academy (29-4) 19

Third place in Class 1A

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