How the Super 25 fared in Week 11

All the second-round playoff scores for the ranked teams.

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Batavia’s AJ Sanders (28) reacts after scoring a touchdown against Mount Carmel.

Batavia’s AJ Sanders (28) reacts after scoring a touchdown against Mount Carmel.

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1. Loyola (11-0)

Won 36-7 at No. 11 Naperville Central

2. Joliet Catholic (11-0)

Won 48-14 vs. Wheaton Academy

3. Brother Rice (9-2)

Won 45-7 at Yorkville

4. Maine South (10-1)

Won 21-18 vs. Plainfield North

5. Cary-Grove (11-0)

Won 55-27 at Grayslake Central

6. Batavia (10-1)

Lost 16-14 at No. 10 Mount Carmel

7. Warren (9-2)

Lost 10-7 at No. 20 Glenbard North

8. Wheaton North (10-1)

Won 38-8 vs. Hoffman Estates

9. Neuqua Valley (10-1)

Won 31-8 at Palatine

10. Mount Carmel (8-3)

Won 16-14 vs. No. 6 Batavia

11. Naperville Central (7-4)

Lost 36-7 vs. No. 1 Loyola

12. Hinsdale Central (9-2)

Lost 14-7 vs. Glenbrook South

13. Fenwick (9-2)

Won 24-14 at Rockford Boylan

14. St. Ignatius (9-2)

Lost 15-3 vs. No. 22 Crete-Monee

15. St. Rita (9-2)

Won 28-7 at Geneva

16. Lincoln-Way East (9-2)

Won 35-7 at Minooka

17. Lockport (10-1)

Won 34-0 vs. No. 25 Glenbard West

18. Lemont (11-0)

Won 73-36 at Springfield

19. South Elgin (10-1)

Lost 30-7 at Marist

20. Glenbard North (8-3)

Won 10-7 vs. No. 7 Warren

21. Kankakee (11-0)

Won 49-12 at Morgan Park

22. Crete-Monee (8-3)

Won 15-3 at No. 14 St. Ignatius

23. Morris (10-1)

Lost 28-24 vs. Morton, IL

24. Richmond-Burton (11-0)

Won 56-6 vs. Stillman Valley

25. Glenbard West (8-3)

Lost 34-0 No. 17 Lockport

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