How the Super 25 fared in Week 10

All the results from the first round of the state playoffs.

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St. Rita’s DJ Stewart (20) eyes Rolling Meadow’s defense as he runs the ball.

St. Rita’s DJ Stewart (20) eyes Rolling Meadow’s defense as he runs the ball.

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1. Loyola (9-0)

8A: Saturday vs. Downers Grove South

2. Joliet Catholic (10-0)

4A: Won 48-0 vs. Marengo

3. Brother Rice (8-2)

7A: Won 27-26 vs. Wheaton Warrenville South

4. Maine South (9-1)

8A: Won 51-7 vs. New Trier

5. Cary-Grove (10-0)

6A: Won 41-8 vs. Rockford East

6. Batavia (10-0)

7A: Won 37-0 vs. Lake Zurich

7. Warren (9-1)

8A: Won 27-9 vs. Barrington

8. Wheaton North (9-1)

7A: Won 42-0 vs. Larkin

9. Neuqua Valley (9-1)

8A: Won 60-7 vs. Bartlett

10. Mount Carmel (7-3)

7A: Won 20-0 at Thornwood

11. Naperville Central (7-3)

8A: Won 28-16 at Naperville North

12. Hinsdale Central (8-1)

8A: Saturday vs. Sandburg

13. Fenwick (8-2)

5A: Won 50-14 vs. Kaneland

14. St. Ignatius (9-1)

6A: Won 42-7 vs. Bremen

15. St. Rita (8-2)

7A: Won 42-7 vs. Rolling Meadows

16. Lincoln-Way East (7-2)

8A: Saturday vs. Oswego East

17. Lockport (9-1)

8A: Won 35-10 vs. Lyons

18. Lemont (10-0)

6A: Won 45-0 vs. Kennedy

19. South Elgin (10-0)

8A: Won 24-13 vs. Edwardsville

20. Bolingbrook (7-3)

8A: Lost 34-30 vs. Glenbard North

21. York (8-2)

8A: Lost 16-13 vs. Minooka

22. Naperville North (6-4)

8A: Lost 28-16 vs. Naperville Central

23. Kankakee (10-0)

5A: Won 38-7 vs. Carbondale

24. Morris (10-0)

5A: Won 42-0 vs. LaSalle-Peru

25. Richmond-Burton (10-0)

4A: Won 56-0 vs. Sullivan

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