Super 25 Basketball Rankings

Curie narrowly edges out Evanston for the top spot. The Wildkits finished the season stronger but the Condors won the city and Pontiac.
It’s the final week of the season and Curie is still No. 1. Can the Condors finish things off with a Class 4A title on Saturday?
Six teams join as the season heads into the final two weeks.
Where things stand as the playoffs begin. Proviso East debuts after beating Oak Park, most of the top ten remains stable.
Curie, the kings of the city, remain on top. Benet is back and Maine South makes its first appearance of the season after knocking off H-F and Niles North.
Another mess of shakeups in the bottom half of the rankings. St. Viator and St. Rita return and Thornton makes its season debut.
Where things stand as we head into the Public League playoffs. Two teams drop out and Corliss and Richards each join for the first time this season.
Simeon is back after knocking off Bolingbrook. Kankakee makes its season debut after beating Bloom and Farragut has worked its way in again.
Bolingbrook vaults into the top six and Simeon finally falls out after losing to Corliss. Three new teams join the rankings, including one from the White.
Tons of shakeups after a wild week of action. Five new teams join, but dominant Curie remains on top and Bogan holds on the the No. 2 spot.
It was a slow week, so things were quiet overall in the Super 25. St. Laurence drops out after losing to Montini and Orr joins.
There was a historic lack of movement after the holidays. Geneva and York made big jumps but there was just one new team added.
Simeon is back and undefeated Ottawa joins. Evanston enters the top five and Leo drops a bit as we enter holiday tournament time.
There are tons of changes this week, including a new number one team and five new additions. Lincoln Park, New Trier, York, St. Mel and R-B are in.
Romeoville, Lane and St. Laurence join and Bloom rises to No. 2.