How the Super 25 fared in Week 2

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Torrential rain and lightning led to the cancellation of several games in the area, including Naperville Central at Lincoln-Way East. John Booz/For the Sun-Times.

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Here’s a look at howthe Super 25 teams fared in Week 2.

1. LINCOLN-WAY EAST (2-0) 1

Won 38-19vs. Naperville Central

2. LOYOLA (2-0) 3

Won 40-3at New Trier

3. MAINE SOUTH (2-0) 4

Won 21-13 at No. 19 Mount Carmel

4. PHILLIPS (1-1) 2

Won 34-21at St. Louis Chaminade

5. BATAVIA (2-0) 6

Won 41-24 vs.Naperville North

6. NAZARETH (2-0) 7

Won 25-0 at No. 8Lake Zurich

7. HOMEWOOD-FLOSSMOOR (2-0) 8

Won 34-14at St. Louis Lutheran North

8. LAKE ZURICH (1-1) 10

Lost 25-0 vs. No. 6 Nazareth

9. OSWEGO (2-0) 11

Won 35-20at Minooka

10. GLENBARD WEST (1-1) 9

Won 42-0 atProviso East

11. BARRINGTON (2-0) 12

Won 37-0 atBuffalo Grove

12. PRAIRIE RIDGE (2-0) 14

Won 57-6 at Hampshire

13. HINSDALE CENTRAL (1-1) 17

Lost 21-17 atWillowbrook

14. NAPERVILLE CENTRAL (0-2) 13

Lost 38-19at Lincoln-Way East

15. RICHARDS (2-0) 15

Won 14-0at St. Rita

16. BROTHER RICE (2-0) NR

Won 42-16vs. Crete-Monee

17. LINCOLN-WAY WEST (1-1) 20

Lost 22-14 at Lincoln-Way Central

18. MARIST (1-1) 5

Won 27-24vs. Mishawaka, Ind.

19. MOUNT CARMEL (1-1) 19

Lost to 21-13 vs. No. 3 Maine South

20. MONTINI (2-0) 21

Won 42-0 vs.Christ The King

21. SIMEON (2-0) 22

Won 33-6 atTrotwood, Ohio

22. ST. CHARLES EAST (2-0) 23

Won 38-7 atCarmel

23. JOLIET CATHOLIC (1-1) NR

Lost 42-0 atIC Catholic

24. BOLINGBROOK (2-0) 24

Won 34-24 atSt. Charles North

25. JACOBS (1-1) NR

Lost 42-7 at Huntley

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