How the Super 25 fared in Week 2

Results from all the ranked teams.

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Warren’s Aidan Lucero (9) hands off the ball to Maurice Edwards (6) during the game against Maine South.

Warren’s Aidan Lucero (9) hands off the ball to Maurice Edwards (6) during the game against Maine South.

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1. Warren (1-1)

Lost 10-2 vs. No. 11 Maine South

2. Brother Rice (2-0)

Forfeit win vs. Perspectives

3. Loyola (2-0)

Won 56-7 vs. Rochester

4. Lincoln-Way East (1-1)

Lost 20-17 at No. 9 Naperville Central

5. Marist (2-0)

Won 45-7 vs. No. 21 Richards

6. Joliet Catholic (2-0)

Won 30-20 at St. Louis (Mo.) Cardinal Ritter

7. Mount Carmel (2-0)

Won 42-0 vs. Phillips

8. St. Rita (1-1)

Won 27-14 at Louisville (Ky.) Trinity

9. Naperville Central (2-0)

Won 20-17 vs. No. 4 Lincoln-Way East

10. Wheaton North (2-0)

Won 30-7 vs. Providence

11. Maine South (2-0)

Won 10-2 at No. 1 Warren

12. Cary-Grove (2-0)

Won 60-20 at Crystal Lake South

13. Glenbard West (2-0)

Won 49-0 vs. Downers Grove South

14. Neuqua Valley (2-0)

Won 26-7 at No. 18 Wheaton Warrenville South

15. Batavia (2-0)

Won 21-13 at Oswego

16. Hersey (2-0)

Won 31-24 vs. Palatine

17. Fenwick (2-0)

Won 42-7 vs. Notre Dame

18. Wheaton Warrenville South (1-1)

Lost 26-7 vs. No. 14 Neuqua Valley

19. St. Charles North (2-0)

Won 24-0 at Lake Zurich

20. Bolingbrook (2-0)

Won 33-0 vs. Simeon

21. Richards (1-1)

Lost 45-7 at No. 5 Marist

22. Evanston (1-1)

Lost 32-13 vs. Libertyville

23. Oswego East (2-0)

Won 28-14 vs. Lincoln-Way West

24. New Trier (2-0)

Won 32-14 vs. Stevenson

25. Homewood-Flossmoor (2-0)

Won 21-6 at Cahokia

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