How the Super 25 fared in Week 1

All the scores from the ranked teams.

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Lincoln-Way East’s Jack Hawkinson (34) and Ben Kingsbury (44) take down Bollingbrook’s Jaquan Howard (1).

Lincoln-Way East’s Jack Hawkinson (34) and Ben Kingsbury (44) take down Bollingbrook’s Jaquan Howard (1).

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1. Loyola (1-0)
Won 7-3 at No. 9 St. Rita

2. Mount Carmel (1-0)
Won 31-21 at Montini

3. Lincoln-Way East (1-0)
Won 42-14 vs. No. 12 Bolingbrook

4. Batavia (1-0)
Won 54-7 at St. Charles East

5. Brother Rice (1-0)
Won 28-7 at Providence

6. Glenbard West (1-0)
Won 56-0 at Addison Trail

7. Marist (1-0)
Won 34-13 at Notre Dame

8. Homewood-Flosssmoor (1-0)
Won 41-14 vs. Lockport

9. St. Rita (0-1)
Lost 7-3 vs. No. 1 Loyola

10. Naperville Central (1-0)
Won 47-0 vs. Waubonsie Valley

11. Warren (1-0)
Won 48-6 at Zion-Benton

12. Bolingbrook (0-1)
Lost 42-14 at No. 3 Lincoln-Way East

13. Nazareth (0-0)
DNP

14. Maine South (1-0)
Won 49-6 vs. Niles West

15. Prairie Ridge (1-0)
Won 42-16 vs. McHenry at Huntley

16. Hinsdale Central (1-0)
Won 42-7 vs. Oak Park

17. Wheaton Warrenville South (1-0)
Won 42-7 vs. Lake Park

18. Joliet Catholic (1-0)
Won 49-0 at St. Laurence

19. Cary-Grove (1-0)
Won 28-20 vs. Burlington Central

20. Montini (0-1)
Lost 31-21 vs. No. 2 Mount Carmel

21. Oswego (1-0)
Won 24-0 at Plainfield South

22. Neuqua Valley (1-0)
Won 29-22 vs. Naperville North

23. Phillips (0-0)
DNP

24. Fremd (1-0)
Won 35-26 at Hoffman Estates

25. Huntley (1-0)
Won 42-8 vs. Jacobs

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