How the Super 25 fared in Week 8

Results for all the ranked teams.

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Notre Dame’s Jordan Geroulis (8) reacts with Nick Giamarusti (3) during the game against Nazareth.

Notre Dame’s Jordan Geroulis (8) reacts with Nick Giamarusti (3) during the game against Nazareth.

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Here’s a look at how the Super 25 teams fared in Week 8. Check out the full scoreboard here.

1. Lincoln-Way East (8-0)

Won 40-0 at Sandburg

2. Mount Carmel (8-0)

Won 37-7 at St. Viator

3. Nazareth (8-0)

Won 21-0 at No. 8 Notre Dame

4. Loyola (6-2)

Won 52-0 at Marian Central

5. Glenbard West (8-0)

Won 20-17 vs. No. 10 Hinsdale Central

6. Neuqua Valley (7-1)

Won 45-14 at Naperville North

7. Homewood-Flossmoor (7-1)

Won 14-13 vs. No. 11 Bolingbrook

8. Notre Dame (7-1)

Lost 21-0 vs. No. 3 Nazareth

9. Warren (8-0)

Won 37-0 at Stevenson

10. Hinsdale Central (8-0)

Lost 20-17 at No. 5 Glenbard West

11. Bolingbrook (6-2)

Lost 14-13 at No. 7 Homewood-Flossmoor

12. Maine South (6-2)

Won 28-13 vs. Glenbrook South

13. Simeon (6-1)

Won 26-14 vs. Taft at Gately

14. Phillips (7-1)

Won 58-0 at Westinghouse

15. St. Charles East (6-2)

Lost 24-19 vs. Wheaton North

16. Batavia (6-2)

Won 27-26 at St. Charles North

17. Hillcrest (7-1)

Won 32-26 at Lemont

18. Minooka (8-0)

Won 27-13 vs. West Aurora

19. Richards (7-1)

Won 28-13 at Shepard

20. Hersey (8-0)

Won 56-21 at Elk Grove

21. Crete-Monee (8-0)

Won 56-6 vs. Bloom

22. Providence (6-2)

Won 31-30 vs. St. Laurence

23. Huntley (7-1)

Won 64-13 vs. Burlington Central

24. IC Catholic (7-1)

Lost 20-19 vs. St. Francis

25. Willowbrook (7-1)

Won 44-0 at Morton

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