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Michael O’Brien’s Super 25 high school basketball rankings for March 8, 2020

Morton jumps in after knocking off York in the regional final.

Morton’s Elliso Gonzalez (1) shoots the ball against Proviso East.
Morton’s Elliso Gonzalez (1) shoots the ball against Proviso East.
Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

New additions to the Super 25

Morton (23-7): Tony Martinucci’s fun group is back in the rankings. The Mustangs knocked off York in the regional final. Jesus Perez is a rock-solid point guard and when Kendell Nichols is on they are extremely tough to handle.

Dropping out

Bolingbrook (27-6): The shocking upset of the regional round. The Raiders went down to East Aurora.

With record and last week’s ranking

1. Curie (28-2) 1

Ramean Hinton is uncommitted

2. Bloom (28-5) 2

Showdown vs Marian Tuesday

3. Thornton (31-1) 3

Will be tested by H-F

4. Simeon (24-8) 4

Faces Young Wednesday

5. Notre Dame (28-5) 5

So good and still young

6. Morgan Park (21-9) 6

Dominated Tinley Park

7. Bogan (27-3) 7

Survived at St. Laurence

8. Young (20-9) 8

Simeon is up next

9. Evanston (28-4) 9

Squeaked past New Trier

10. Joliet West (28-4) 10

Major favorites at Lockport

11. Stevenson (27-4) 11

Beat Highland Park

12. Homewood-Flossmoor (25-4) 13

Chad Readey playing well

13. Loyola (29-4) 14

Controlled Maine South

14. Glenbrook South (29-4) 15

Another Evanston showdown

15. Hillcrest (23-8) 16

Should challenge Morgan Park

16. Marian Catholic (24-8) 17

Underdogs vs. Bloom

17. Kankakee (26-4) 18

Oak Forest up next

18. Mundelein (29-4) 19

Favorites vs. Prospect

19. Oak Forest (28-3) 20

Robbie Avila stuffs the stat sheet

20. DePaul Prep (26-5) 21

Dominated Farragut

21. Orr (21-7) 22

2A title game may be Tuesday

22. Cary-Grove (30-3) 23

Face Huntley again

23. Hinsdale South (30-3) 24

Took care of Kenwood

24. Morton (23-7) NR

Upset York

25. Indian Creek (35-0) 25

Aurora Christian up next