How the Super 25 fared in Week 6

All the results from the ranked teams.

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

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

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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

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