Michael O’Brien’s Chicago-area Super 25 basketball rankings

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Evanston’s Ryan Bost (24) gets the baseline and drives to the basket during the Wildkits 57-38 victory over Glenbrook South, February 27, 2018. | Allen Cunningham/ For the Sun-Times.

1. Simeon (27-3) 1

Plays Brother Rice Tue.

2. Orr (27-4) 2

One win from Peoria

3. Curie (25-4) 3

Beat R-B

4. Young (24-7) 4

Took down St. Joe’s

5. Morgan Park (20-9) 5

At St. Laurence Tuesday

6. Evanston (23-5) 6

Jaheim Holden can score

7. Benet (25-4) 7

Beat Naperville Central

8. West Aurora (23-4) 8

Handled Andrew

9. Marist (26-4) 9

H-F will be tough to beat

10. New Trier (24-5) 10

Niles North looms again

11. Marian Catholic (22-5) 11

At Pontiac Tuesday

12. Naperville North (26-2) 12

Took down Geneva

13. DePaul Prep (23-6) 13

Cruising through Class 3A

14. Niles North (26-4) 16

Damaria Franklin does it again

15. Homewood-Flossmoor (21-6) 17

Beat Thornton

16. Bogan (20-8) 18

Will be tested by St. Rita

17. Bolingbrook (21-6) 19

Beat Lemont

18. Joliet Central (23-5) 20

Bolingbrook up next

19. Willowbrook (25-5) NR

Faces Naperville N. Tuesday

20. Loyola (24-6) NR

Dominated Maine South

21. Lincoln Park (19-9) NR

Can Lions beat Young again?

22. Proviso East (20-8) NR

Upset Fenwick

23. Larkin (21-8) NR

Beat St. Charles North

24. Corliss (23-4) NR

One win from Peoria

25. Lincoln-Way East (23-5) NR

Sam Shafer is heating up

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