How the Super 25 fared in Week 5

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Wheaton-Warrenville South’s Noah Henkel (2) runs. Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times.

1. Lincoln-Way East (5-0)

Won 38-0 vs. Lincoln-Way Central

2. Batavia (5-0)

Won 41-20 vs. No. 20 Wheaton-Warrenville South

3. Nazareth (5-0)

Won 45-7 at Benet

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-0)

Won 28-14 vs. Lincoln-Way West

5. Oswego (5-0)

Won 49-0 vs. Plainfield East

6. Simeon (5-0)

Won 48-13 vs. Perspectives

7. Brother Rice (5-0)

Won 20-0 at Providence

8. Maine South (4-1)

Won 21-13 at No. 10 Evanston

9. Glenbard West (4-1)

Won 35-14 vs. Downers Grove North

10. Evanston (4-1)

Lost 21-13 vs. No. 8 Maine South

11. Mount Carmel (4-1)

Won 28-7 at Marmion

12. Barrington (3-2)

Lost 21-12 at Conant

13. Richards (5-0)

Won 50-14 vs. Shepard

14. Marist (4-1)

Won 42-6 vs. Joliet Catholic

15. Cary-Grove (5-0)

Won 55-15 vs. Dundee-Crown

16. Montini (5-0)

Won 29-13 vs. St. Rita

17. Willowbrook (5-0)

Won 20-10 vs. Hinsdale South

18. Loyola (3-2)

Won 21-14 (OT) at St. Ignatius

19. Phillips (3-2)

Won 49-0 vs. Morgan Park

20. Wheaton-Warrenville South (4-1)

Lost 41-20 at No. 2 Batavia

21. Huntley (3-1)

Lost 48-7 at Crystal Lake South

22. Stevenson (4-1)

Lost 23-20 (OT) vs. Lake Zurich

23. Prairie Ridge (4-1)

Won 63-21 at McHenry

24. Hinsdale Central (4-1)

Won 35-13 vs. York

25. Bolingbrook (4-1)

Won 35-13 at Bradley-Bourbonnais

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