How the Super 25 fared in Week 8

Results from all the ranked teams.

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Lockport’s Ty Schultz (7) runs the ball against Lincoln-Way East’s Charles Nevinger (54).

Lockport’s Ty Schultz (7) runs the ball against Lincoln-Way East’s Charles Nevinger (54).

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1. Loyola (8-0)

Won 35-6 at St. Patrick

2. Joliet Catholic (8-0)

Won 42-20 at Benet

3. Neuqua Valley (8-0)

Won 34-13 vs. DeKalb

4. Brother Rice (6-2)

Won 52-6 at Marian Catholic

5. Cary-Grove (8-0)

Won 48-7 vs. Burlington Central

6. Maine South (7-1)

Won 31-23 vs. Evanston

7. Warren (7-1)

Won 35-0 at Libertyville

8. Batavia (8-0)

Won 42-0 vs. St. Charles East

9. Wheaton North (7-1)

Won 27-0 vs. Geneva

10. St. Ignatius (8-0)

Won 35-0 at DePaul Prep

11. Mount Carmel (6-2)

Won 42-7 at St. Viator

12. Marist (6-2)

Won 51-28 at Carmel

13. St. Rita (6-2)

Won 35-0 vs. Providence

14. Hersey (7-1)

Lost 24-23 vs. Prospect

15. Lockport (7-1)

Lost 12-10 vs. No. 17 Lincoln-Way East

16. Naperville Central (5-3)

Won 43-14 vs. Metea Valley

17. Lincoln-Way East (6-2)

Won 12-10 at No. 15 Lockport

18. Hinsdale Central (7-1)

Won 58-0 vs. Proviso West

19. Lemont (8-0)

Won 42-7 vs. TF South

20. South Elgin (8-0)

Won 41-0 at Bartlett

21. Bolingbrook (6-2)

Won 42-10 at Lincoln-Way Central

22. York (7-1)

Won 14-10 at Willowbrook

23. Glenbard North (6-2)

Won 28-16 at St. Charles North

24. Fenwick (6-2)

Won 42-7 at Marian Central

25. Glenbard West (7-1)

Won 35-3 at Lyons

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