VIDEO: New Week 7 episode of “Sun-Times Game Week”

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Heading into Week 7, 15 teams on the Sun-Times Super 25 are undefeated and play-off eligible. Many of them had big wins this past weekend but perhaps the biggest statement win of all was by No. 1 Lincoln-Way East which cements its reputation as the one to beat after 48-6 victory over No. 4 Homewood-Flossmoor.

Lincoln-Way East was not the only team earning a blow-out win this past weekend as No. 2 Batavia’s shutout Geneva 48-0 and No. 3 Nazareth dismantled Carmel 55-17.

Our preps team was at the Southwest Suburban Showdown between Lincoln-Way East and HF game and has all the details in this Week 7 episode of “Sun-Times Game Week.”

Also in this Week 7 episode:

-It’s a big week for hoops recruiting. Find out which players have decided and whether any of those players have picked the Fighting Illini program.

-There are three new teams on the Super 25 list

-Week 6 Player of the Week: Tyquan Cox of Glenbard West

Montini’s clutch win over Loyola

-The Week 7 “Game of the Week:” No. 3 Nazareth vs No. 12 Marist High School

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