How the Super 25 fared in Week 4

All the scores from the ranked teams.

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Barrington’s Bryan Smith (2) celebrates with Peter Anderson (1) during the game against Fremd.

Barrington’s Bryan Smith (2) celebrates with Peter Anderson (1) during the game against Fremd.

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1. Loyola (4-0)
Won 37-0 vs. No. 21 Hillcrest

2. Lincoln-Way East (4-0)
Won 34-10 at Lockport

3. Batavia (3-1)
Lost 30-7 vs. Wheaton Warrenville South

4. St. Rita (3-1)
Won 49-14 at Marian Catholic

5. Mount Carmel (3-1)
Won 35-12 at De La Salle

6. Marist (3-1)
Won 13-0 at No. 11 Nazareth

7. Glenbard West (2-0)
No game scheduled

8. Naperville Central (4-0)
Won 41-7 at No. 20 DeKalb

9. Warren (4-0)
Won 43-0 vs. Lake Zurich

10. Maine South (4-0)
Won 17-7 at Glenbrook South

11. Nazareth (2-1)
Lost 13-0 vs. No. 5 Marist

12. Hinsdale Central (4-0)
Won 63-0 at Proviso West

13. Joliet Catholic (4-0)
Won 49-14 at Carmel

14. Brother Rice (2-2)
Won 52-44 at St. Laurence

15. Oswego (3-1)
Lost 14-7 at Oswego East

16. Wheaton North (3-1)
Lost 14-12 at St. Charles North

17. Huntley (4-0)
Won 40-6 at Dundee-Crown

18. Barrington (4-0)
Won 35-21 vs. Fremd

19. Cary-Grove (2-0)
Won 20-7 vs. Prairie Ridge

20. DeKalb (2-1)
Lost 41-7 vs. No. 8 Naperville Central

21. Hillcrest (3-0)
Lost 37-0 at No. 1 Loyola

22. Neuqua Valley (2-0)
Won 34-12 vs. Waubonsie Valley

23. Simeon (2-0)
No game scheduled

24. Lake Forest (4-0)
Won 49-6 at Zion-Benton

25. Phillips (2-0)
Won 46-0 vs. Lincoln Park

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