How the Super 25 fared in Week 6

All the scores from the ranked teams.

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St Rita’s Michael Gaughan (11) takes down Notre Dame’s Colin Randazzo (35).

St Rita’s Michael Gaughan (11) takes down Notre Dame’s Colin Randazzo (35).

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1. Loyola (6-0)
Won 43-14 at No. 5 Marist

2. Lincoln-Way East (6-0)
Won 27-7 at Lincoln-Way West

3. St. Rita (5-1)
Won 24-17 at Notre Dame

4. Mount Carmel (4-2)
Lost 20-13 at No. 11 Brother Rice

5. Marist (4-2)
Lost 43-14 vs. No. 1 Loyola

6. Naperville Central (5-1)
Won 31-30 vs. No. 8 Maine South

7. Warren (6-0)
Won 55-14 vs. Libertyville

8. Maine South (5-1)
Lost 31-30 vs. No. 6 Naperville Central

9. Hinsdale Central (6-0)
Won 31-10 at Lyons

10. Joliet Catholic (6-0)
Won 49-21 vs. Marmion

11. Brother Rice (4-2)
Won 20-13 vs. No. 4 Mount Carmel

12. Huntley (5-0)
DNP

13. Barrington (6-0)
Won 52-45 vs. No. 14 Prospect

14. Prospect (5-1)
Lost 52-45 at No. 13 Barrington

15. Wheaton Warrenville South (4-2)
Lost 28-21 vs. St. Charles North

16. Batavia (4-2)
Lost 16-7 vs. No. 19 Wheaton North

17. Cary-Grove (4-0)
Won 44-0 vs. Oswego East

18. Neuqua Valley (4-0)
Won 42-0 vs. Metea Valley

19. Wheaton North (5-1)
Won 16-7 vs. No. 16 Batavia

20. Hillcrest (5-1)
Won 48-0 vs. Richards

21. Lake Forest (6-0)
Won 49-8 vs. Waukegan

22. Antioch (6-0)
Won 49-0 at Lakes

23. St. Francis (6-0)
Won 37-7 vs. McNamara

24. Glenbard West (3-1)
Won 48-28 vs. Oak Park

25. Crete-Monee (5-0)
Won 37-20 vs. Kankakee

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