How the Super 25 fared in Week 6

Results for all the ranked teams.

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Montini’s Deontay Bell (11) hands the ball off to CJ Bufkin (3) during the game against Notre Dame.

Montini’s Deontay Bell (11) hands the ball off to CJ Bufkin (3) during the game against Notre Dame.

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Here’s a look at how the Super 25 teams fared in Week 6. Check out the full scoreboard here.

1. Lincoln-Way East (6-0)

Won 38-2 at Lincoln-Way Central

2. Mount Carmel (6-0)

Won 21-14 at Marist

3. Nazareth (5-1)

Won 42-6 vs. De La Salle

4. Loyola (4-2)

Won 35-14 vs. No. 16 Brother Rice

5. Glenbard West (6-0)

Won 55-7 at Downers Grove North

6. Neuqua Valley (5-1)

Won 19-14 vs. Naperville Central

7. Batavia (5-1)

Won 42-0 at Geneva

8. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-1)

Won 34-0 vs. Sandburg

9. Phillips (5-1)

Lost 14-6 vs. No. 25 Simeon at Gately

10. Notre Dame (6-0)

Won 28-7 vs. No. 12 Montini

11. Warren (6-0)

Won 56-6 vs. Zion-Benton

12. Montini (4-2)

Lost 28-7 at No. 10 Notre Dame

13. Hinsdale Central (6-0)

Won 28-21 at York

14. Providence (4-2)

Lost 22-0 vs St. Rita

15. Bolingbrook (5-1)

Won 29-14 at Lockport

16. Brother Rice (4-2)

Lost 35-14 at No. 4 Loyola

17. Hillcrest (5-1)

Won 53-13 vs. TF South

18. Minooka (6-0)

Won 34-0 at Plainfield North

19. Richards (5-1)

Won 37-0 vs. Reavis

20. Hersey (6-0)

Won 45-28 vs. Prospect

21. Barrington (4-2)

Lost 21-14 vs. Conant

22. St. Charles North (4-2)

Lost 31-21 at St. Charles East

23. Crete-Monee (6-0)

Won 50-0 at Rich East

24. IC Catholic (6-0)

Won 56-0 vs. Aurora Central

25. Simeon (4-1)

Won 14-6 vs. No. 9 Phillips at Gately

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