How the Super 25 fared in Week 7

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Nazareth’s J.J McCarthy (2) tries to find a receiver. Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times.

1. Lincoln-Way East (7-0)

Won 63-0 at Lockport

2. Batavia (7-0)

Won 21-0 at St. Charles East

3. Nazareth (6-1)

Lost 34-13 vs. No. 12 Marist

4. Oswego (7-0)

Won 32-0 at No. 16 Oswego East

5. Homewood-Flossmoor (6-1)

Won 48-14 at Bradley-Bourbonnais

6. Simeon (6-0)

Monday vs. Hubbard

7. Brother Rice (7-0)

Won 40-0 vs. Marmion

8. Maine South (6-1)

Won 44-7 vs. Glenbrook South

9. Glenbard West (6-1)

Won 21-7 vs. Hinsdale Central

10. Mount Carmel (6-1)

Won 2-0 (forfeit) vs. Providence

11. Richards (7-0)

Won 33-3 vs. Lemont

12. Marist (6-1)

Won 34-13 at No. 3 Nazareth

13. Cary-Grove (7-0)

Won 49-14 vs. Jacobs

14. Montini (6-0)

Sunday at Fenwick

15. Willowbrook (7-0)

Won 42-0 vs. Morton

16. Oswego East (7-0)

Lost 32-0 vs. No. 4 Oswego

17. Phillips (4-2)

Monday at Lane

18. Glenbard East (7-0)

Won 63-2 vs. Streamwood

19. Wheaton-Warrenville South (6-1)

Won 24-9 vs. Lake Park

20. Prairie Ridge (6-1)

Won 21-19 at Waubonsie Valley

21. Hinsdale Central (561)

Lost 21-7 vs. No. 9 Glenbard West

22. Bolingbrook (6-1)

Won 60-0 at Thornridge

23. IC Catholic (7-0)

Won 35-0 at St. Edward

24. Hillcrest (7-0)

Won 49-7 at TF South

25. Rolling Meadows (7-0)

Won 42-0 at Wheeling

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