How the Super 25 fared in Week 4

Results from all the ranked teams.

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Brother Rice’s Aaron Vaughn (5) runs the ball against Loyola.

Brother Rice’s Aaron Vaughn (5) runs the ball against Loyola.

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1. Loyola (4-0)
Won 46-43 at No. 3 Brother Rice

2. Maine South (3-1)
Lost 20-19 at Palatine

3. Brother Rice (3-1)
Lost 46-43 vs. No. 1 Loyola

4. Marist (3-1)
Lost 28-16 vs. No. 6 Mount Carmel

5. Joliet Catholic (4-0)
Won 42-0 vs. Providence

6. Mount Carmel (4-0)
Won 28-16 at No. 4 Marist

7. Warren (3-1)
Won 42-0 at Lake Zurich

8. Naperville Central (3-1)
Won 17-14 at Waubonsie Valley

9. Glenbard West (4-0)
Won 63-0 vs. Proviso West

10. Lincoln-Way East (3-1)
Won 28-8 at Andrew

11. Neuqua Valley (4-0)
Won 21-7 at Naperville North

12. Cary-Grove (4-0)
Won 56-14 at McHenry

13. Batavia (4-0)
Won 42-8 at Lake Park

14. Wheaton North (3-1)
Won 35-3 vs. No. 24 St. Charles North

15. St. Rita (2-2)
Won 21-0 vs. Benet

16. Hersey (4-0)
Won 42-0 vs. Glenbrook North

17. Bolingbrook (4-0)
Won 24-6 at Sandburg

18. Oswego East (4-0)
Forfeit win vs. Joliet Central

19. Homewood-Flossmoor (3-1)
Lost 22-0 vs. No. 20 Lockport

20. Lockport (4-0)
Won 22-0 at No. 19 Homewood-Flossmoor

21. Lemont (4-0)
Won 41-0 at Hillcrest

22. Wheaton Warrenville South (2-2)
Lost 13-12 at Geneva

23. Barrington (2-2)
Lost 15-14 vs. Glenbrook South

24. St. Charles North (2-2)
Lost 35-3 at No. 14 Wheaton North

25. Hinsdale Central (3-1)
Won 48-0 at Hinsdale South

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