Beth Long’s Class 7A playoff predictions

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Beth Long makes her pick in each round of the Class 7A playoff bracket.CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL 7A BRACKET CLASS 7A

(32) Rockford East at (1) Simeon

(17) Lincoln-Way West at (16) Harlem

(25) Andrew at (8) Nazareth

(24) Lincoln-Way Central at (9) Hersey

(29) Granite City at (4) Batavia

(20) Glenbrook North at (13) Moline

(28) Lincoln Park at (5) Willowbrook

(21) Benet at (12) Maine West

(31) Prospect at (2) Glenbard East

(18) Hoffman Estates at (15) East St. Louis

(26) TF South at (7) Mount Carmel

(23) Lake Zurich at (10) DeKalb

(30) Buffalo Grove at (3) Hononegah

(19) Belleville West at (14) Wheaton-Warrenville South

(27) Alton at (6) Rolling Meadows

(22) St. Charles North at (11) Normal

Second Round

Simeon vs. Lincoln-Way West

Nazareth vs. Hersey

Batavia vs. Glenbrook North

Willowbrook vs. Benet

Glenbard East vs. East St. Louis

Mount Carmel vs. Lake Zurich

Hononegah vs. Wheaton-Warrenville South

Rolling Meadows vs. St. Charles North

Quarterfinals

Simeon vs. Nazareth

Batavia vs. Willowbrook

East St. Louis vs. Mount Carmel

Wheaton-Warrenville South vs. St. Charles North

Semifinals

Nazareth vs. Batavia

Mount Carmel vs. Wheaton-Warrenville South

Championship

Batavia vs. Mount Carmel

Winners

Batavia

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