How the Super 25 fared in Week 1

Results from all the ranked teams.

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Maine South’s Brendan Owens (2) reacts after catching an interception against Brother Rice.

Maine South’s Brendan Owens (2) reacts after catching an interception against Brother Rice.

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1. Mount Carmel (1-0)
Won 36-33 vs. East St. Louis

2. Lincoln-Way East (1-0)
Won 52-12 vs. No. 24 Kenwood at Gately

3. Batavia (1-0)
Won 42-20 vs. Phillips

4. Loyola (1-0)
Won 45-7 at Grand Rapids Central Catholic, Mich.

5. Nazareth (0-1)
Lost 33-26 at Kankakee

6. Maine South (0-1)
Lost 10-7 vs. No. 12 Brother Rice

7. York (1-0)
Won 35-17 at Glenbrook South

8. Warren (0-1)
Lost 40-33 at Barrington

9. Prairie Ridge (1-0)
Won 6-0 vs. Jacobs

10. Palatine (0-1)
Lost 37-34 at No. 17 St. Charles North

11. Lyons (0-1)
Lost 24-10 at Prospect

12. Brother Rice (1-0)
Won 10-7 at No. 6 Maine South

13. Neuqua Valley (0-1)
Lost 13-0 vs. Oswego

14. St. Rita (1-0)
Won 42-21 vs. Sandburg

15. Wheaton North (1-0)
Won 23-7 at Downers Grove South

16. Glenbard West (1-0)
Won 7-6 vs. Marist

17. St. Charles North (1-0)
Won 37-34 vs. No. 10 Palatine

18. Geneva (1-0)
Won 35-0 vs. Metea Valley

19. Providence (1-0)
Won 28-21 at Lake Central, Ind.

20. Naperville North (1-0)
Won 35-21 vs. Homewood-Flossmoor

21. Joliet Catholic (1-0)
Won 48-13 at Iowa City, Iowa

22. Hersey (1-0)
Won 30-12 vs. New Trier

23. Morgan Park (1-0)
Won 42-0 at Richards

24. Kenwood (0-1)
Lost 52-21 vs. No. 2 Lincoln-Way East

25. IC Catholic (1-0)
Won 47-0 vs. Gary Bowman, Ind.

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