We've got a lot of movement after an interesting Round 2 of the playoffs.

RANKPREVSCHOOL
1 1 East St. Louis (11-0)
Ordinary teams don't drop 70 in Round 2 playoff games.
2 2 Lincoln-Way East (11-0)
It was uneven, but the Griffins defense was good enough.
3 3 Nazareth (11-0)
It took awhile for the Roadrunners to break free but they always seem to.
4 5 Gurnee Warren (11-0)
The defensive unit continues to be on another level.
5 4 Chicago Mount Carmel (11-0)
The Caravan need to dig a little deeper to move on.
6 8 Homewood-Flossmoor (10-1)
Vikings have been chomping at the bit for another chance at this week's foe.
7 9 Loyola (8-3)
Vaughn Pemberton returns, makes immediate impact.
8 10 Minooka (11-0)
Sum of the parts outweighing other's individual efforts.
9 13 Batavia (9-2)
The Bulldogs set their sights on picking off 7A co-favorite.
10 15 Willowbrook (10-1)
No longer a shock to see the Warriors in the quarterfinals.
11 17 Prairie Ridge (10-1)
The Wolves absolutely flattened Simeon.
12 16 Hillcrest (10-1)
Markiese Irving left Round 2 contest with an injury.
13 20 Phillips (9-1)
Wildcats finding their postseason groove.
14 24 Bolingbrook (8-3)
Raiders survive a thriller for a double overtime win.
15 18 Rolling Meadows (11-0)
The Mustangs "respect" tour rolls on.
16 25 St. Rita (8-3)
Another giant effort from Kaleb Brown.
17 21 Chatham Glenwood (11-0)
Had to fend off a feisty Lemont squad in Round 2.
18 NR Sycamore (10-1)
A huge victory for the Spartans program over Montini.
19 6 Glenbard West (10-1)
The Hilltoppers fell just short in loss to postseason powerhouse Loyola.
20 7 Neuqua Valley (9-2)
Fantastic season came to a close with loss to H-F
21 11 Montini (8-3)
Earlier exit than usual for Broncos.
22 NR Marist (7-4)
Nobody wants to deal with this four-loss team playing well at the right time.
23 NR Brother Rice (7-4)
Crusaders are just one of three teams still alive with 7-4 records.
24 NR Richards (10-1)
Leshon Williams is an absolute beast.
25 NR Coal City (11-0)
Offense is very good, defense is sensational.