How the Super 25 fared in Week 6

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Homewood-Flossmoor’s Leon Tanna (3). Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times.

1. Lincoln-Way East (6-0)

Won 48-6 vs. No. 4 Homewood-Flossmoor

2. Batavia (6-0)

Won 48-0 vs. Geneva

3. Nazareth (6-0)

Won 55-17 at Carmel

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-1)

Lost 48-6 at No. 1 Lincoln-Way East

5. Oswego (6-0)

Won 56-8 at Romeoville

6. Simeon (6-0)

Won 43-0 vs. Raby

7. Brother Rice (6-0)

Won 21-14 vs. St. Rita

8. Maine South (5-1)

Won 42-7 vs. Niles North

9. Glenbard West (4-1)

Won 41-7 vs. Lyons

10. Evanston (4-2)

Lost 35-28 at New Trier

11. Mount Carmel (5-1)

Won 49-0 vs. St. Ignatius

12. Richards (6-0)

Won 50-0 vs. Argo

13. Marist (5-1)

Won 42-0 at Marian Catholic

14. Cary-Grove (6-0)

Won 63-21 at McHenry

15. Montini (6-0)

Won 28-27 at Loyola

16. Willowbrook (6-0)

Won 28-14 at York

17. Oswego East (6-0)

Won 27-0 at Plainfield North

18. Loyola (3-3)

Lost 28-27 vs. Montini

19. Phillips (4-2)

Won 42-0 vs. Curie at Rockne

20. Wheaton-Warrenville South (5-1)

Won 10-3 at Wheaton North

21. Waubonsie Valley (5-1)

Lost 47-16 at Neuqua Valley

22. Prairie Ridge (5-1)

Won 35-0 at Jacobs

23. Hinsdale Central (5-1)

Won 47-8 vs. Proviso West

24. Bolingbrook (5-1)

Won 39-7 at Lockport

25. IC Catholic (6-0)

Won 59-0 at Aurora Central

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