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    1. Rolling Meadows (13-0) Mustangs ready for Montini tourney

    2. Montini (14-1) Johnson, Broncos bounce back from first loss

    3. WW South (13-2) Waldron, beat-up Tigers go unbeaten at Benet

    4. Naperville Central (13-1) Can Redhawks make a run at Dundee-Crown?

    5. Neuqua Valley (15-1) Wildcats get much-needed holiday rest

    6. Vernon Hills (14-0) Mundelein tournament is next for Cougars

    7. Fremd (13-2) Career-high 33 for McConnell vs. Barrington

    8. Huntley (10-2) Red Raiders back in action at Mundelein

    9. Streamwood (12-2) Could meet Huntley in Mundelein quarterfinals

    10. Hoffman Estates (8-2) Stoczynski tough battler inside

    11. Palatine (12-3) Shooting for Warren tourney title

    12. Crystal Lake S. (12-4) Gators win Northern Illinois Holiday Classic

    13. Grayslake North (13-1) Edged by CL South 39-36 in NIHC title game

    14. Wheaton North (8-3) Can Falcons win their tournament?

    15. Barrington (9-5) Frosh Hopkins showing versatility

    16. Benet (11-6) Prasse's late FTs sink Geneva

    17. Metea Valley (10-3) Mustangs beat Bartlett for first time

    18. Hinsdale Central (9-2) Sarros stands tall at Lyons

    19. Willowbrook (10-2) Warriors can make strong statement at Wheaton N.

    20. Stevenson (9-5) Patriots fall to Zion-Benton for 2nd time

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