How the Super 25 fared in Week 9

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Wheaton-Warrenvile South’s Noah Henkel (2) looks for a receiver. Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times.

1. Lincoln-Way East (9-0)

Won 31-0 vs. No. 20 Bolingbrook

2. Batavia (9-0)

Won 24-13 at Wheaton North

3. Oswego (9-0)

Won 22-15 at Plainfield South

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (8-1)

Won 56-0 vs. Sandburg

5. Simeon (8-0)

Saturday at Curie

6. Brother Rice (9-0)

Won 31-0 at No. 13 Montini

7. Maine South (8-1)

Won 48-6 vs. Niles West

8. Marist (8-1)

Won 24-7 at Benet

9. Nazareth (8-1)

Won 42-6 vs. Marian Catholic

10. Mount Carmel (7-1)

Saturday vs. Fenwick

11. Richards (9-0)

Won 41-6 vs. Eisenhower12. Cary-Grove (9-0)

Won 55-41 vs. Naperville Central

13. Montini (8-1)

Lost 31-0 vs. No. 6 Brother Rice

14. Willowbrook (9-0)

Won 42-20 at Downers Grove South

15. Oswego East (7-2)

Lost 24-7 at Minooka

16. Glenbard West (7-2)

Won 35-6 at Proviso West

17. Phillips (7-2)

Won 40-0 at Raby

18. Glenbard East (9-0)

Won 42-14 at Larkin

19. Wheaton-Warrenville South (8-1)

Won 13-11 at St. Charles North

20. Bolingbrook (7-2)

Lost 31-0 at No. 1 Lincoln-Way East

21. IC Catholic (9-0)

Won 49-0 vs. Riverside Brookfield

22. Prairie Ridge (7-2)

Won 28-21 at Crystal Lake South

23. Hinsdale Central (7-2)

Won 21-12 vs. Hinsdale South

24. Hillcrest (9-0)

Won 43-6 vs. Bremen

25. Rolling Meadows (9-0)

Won 34-7 at Buffalo Grove

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