How the Super 25 fared in Week 4

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Brother Rice’s K.J Love (20) pulls down Loyola’s Trevor Cabanban. Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times.

1. Lincoln-Way East (4-0)

Won 57-0 at Sandburg

2. Batavia (4-0)

Won 42-12 at Glenbard North

3. Nazareth (4-0)

Won 47-16 vs. St. Patrick

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (4-0)

Won 29-0 at No. 23 Bolingbrook

5. Oswego (3-0)

Won 49-14 at Joliet West

6. Barrington (3-1)

Lost 32-13 vs. Evanston

7. Lake Zurich (2-2)

Lost 24-7 vs. Lake Forest

8. Maine South (3-1)

Won 42-14 at Conant

9. Glenbard West (3-1)

Won 45-24 at York

10. Simeon (4-0)

Won 62-0 vs. Solorio

11. Mount Carmel (2-1)

Won 40-0 vs. De La Salle

12. Loyola (2-2)

Lost 35-3 at No. 14 Brother Rice

13. Richards (4-0)

Won 56-14 at Oak Lawn

14. Brother Rice (4-0)

Won 35-3 vs. No. 12 Loyola

15. Marist (3-1)

Won 49-7 vs. St.Viator

16. Montini (4-0)

Won 55-0 vs. St. Joseph

17. Willowbrook (4-0)

Won 21-7 at Addison Trail

18. Phillips (2-2)

Won 39-6 vs. Lincoln Park

19. Huntley (3-1)

Lost 35-20 vs. Cary-Grove

20. Prairie Ridge (3-1)

Won 70-55 at Dundee-Crown

21. Hinsdale Central (3-1)

Won 34-6 at Downers Grove North

22. St. Charles East (3-1)

Lost 27-14 at Wheaton-Warrenville South

23. Bolingbrook (3-1)

Lost 29-0 vs. No. 4 Homewood-Flossmoor

24. Naperville Central (2-2) 24

Won 38-20 at Trinity, Ky.

25. IC Catholic (4-0) 25

Won 21-20 vs. McNamara

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