How the Super 25 fared in Week 9

Results for all the ranked teams.

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Mount Carmel’s Sam Del Valle (28) tackles Brother Rice’s Kevin Phelan (10).

Mount Carmel’s Sam Del Valle (28) tackles Brother Rice’s Kevin Phelan (10).

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Here’s a look at how the Super 25 teams fared in Week 9. Check out the full scoreboard here.

1. Lincoln-Way East (9-0)

Won 35-3 vs. Lincoln-Way West

2. Mount Carmel (9-0)

Won 28-13 vs. Brother Rice

3. Nazareth (9-0)

Won 27-8 at Benet

4. Loyola (6-3)

Lost 14-6 vs. Marist

5. Glenbard West (9-0)

Won 42-0 at Oak Park

6. Neuqua Valley (8-1)

Won 41-20 at Metea Valley

7. Homewood-Flossmoor (8-1)

Won 28-14 vs. Lincoln-Way Central

8. Warren (9-0)

Won 42-0 vs. Mundelein

9. Notre Dame (7-2)

Lost 7-0 at St. Rita

10. Bolingbrook (6-3)

Lost 24-17 (OT) vs. Andrew

11. Hinsdale Central (8-1)

Won 24-6 vs. Lyons

12. Maine South (7-2)

Won 44-7 at New Trier

13. Simeon (6-1)

DNP (strike) vs. Curie at Gately

14. Phillips (7-1)

DNP (strike) vs. Lincoln Park at Lane

15. Hillcrest (8-1)

Won 30-7 vs. TF North

16. Batavia (7-2)

Won 28-3 vs. Wheaton North

17. Minooka (9-0)

Won 28-21 at No. 25 Oswego

18. Richards (8-1)

Won 35-6 at Eisenhower

19. Hersey (8-1)

Lost 38-35 vs. Rolling Meadows

20. Crete-Monee (9-0)

Won 62-12 vs. Thornridge

21. Providence (6-3)

Lost 41-21 at Montini

22. Huntley (8-1)

Won 49-13 at Dundee-Crown

23. Willowbrook (8-1)

Won 44-6 at Proviso East

24. Prairie Ridge (8-1)

Won 79-28 vs. Crystal Lake South

25. Oswego (8-1)

Lost 28-21 vs. No. 17 Minooka

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