How the Super 25 fared in Week 6

All the results from the ranked teams.

SHARE How the Super 25 fared in Week 6
Bolingbrook quarterback Bobby Ervin (10) finds an open receiver against Homewood-Flossmoor.

Bolingbrook quarterback Bobby Ervin (10) finds an open receiver against Homewood-Flossmoor.

Kevin Tanaka/For the Sun-Times

1. Loyola (6-0)
Won 33-21 vs. No. 15 Marist

2. Brother Rice (5-1)
Won 43-36 at No. 14 Mount Carmel

3. Joliet Catholic (6-0)
Won 41-7 vs. St. Laurence

4. Neuqua Valley (6-0)
Won 31-0 at Metea Valley

5. Glenbard West (5-1)
Lost 12-10 vs. York

6. Naperville Central (3-3)
Lost 38-27 vs. Naperville North

7. Lincoln-Way East (4-2)
Lost 30-27 vs. Sandburg

8. Cary-Grove (6-0)
Won 44-13 at Huntley

9. Maine South (5-1)
Won 32-17 vs. Glenbrook South

10. Warren (5-1)
Won 75-0 vs. Waukegan

11. Batavia (6-0)
Won 41-20 at Wheaton Warrenville South

12. Wheaton North (5-1)
Won 21-20 at No. 24 Glenbard North

13. St. Ignatius (6-0)
Won 45-7 vs. De La Salle

14. Mount Carmel (4-2)
Lost 43-36 vs. No. 2 Brother Rice

15. Marist (4-2)
Lost 33-21 at No. 1 Loyola

16. St. Rita (4-2)
Won 42-39 vs. Nazareth

17. Hersey (6-0)
Won 50-14 vs. Rolling Meadows

18. Lockport (6-0)
Won 21-13 vs. Lincoln-Way West

19. Bolingbrook (5-1)
Won 20-6 at Homewood-Flossmoor

20. Oswego East (5-1)
Lost 33-10 vs Minooka

21. Lemont (6-0)
Won 61-22 vs. Bremen

22. Hinsdale Central (5-1)
Won 30-20 at Downers Grove South

23. Palatine (3-3)
Lost 39-32 vs. Conant

24. Glenbard North (4-2)
Lost 21-20 vs. No. 12 Wheaton North

25. South Elgin (6-0)
Won 57-8 vs. Streamwood

The Latest
District officials responded to a public outcry, saying a picture in the yearbook did not reflect ‘the values and beliefs of Bartlett High School and School District U-46.’ Members of the Muslim Student Association posted a picture of the image online.
A hamstring strain is the latest in a long line of injuries and IL stints.
The Bridge Access Program was supposed to be temporary and originally scheduled to end in December. Now it’s set to end in August.
Authorities say a man dropped the child at a Chicago fire station Tuesday. He was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital, where he was listed in good condition, police said.