Ranney School (22‑6)
Tinton Falls, New Jersey
New Jersey NJSIAA Non-Public B South Semifinalist
- 6-5 JR Scottie Lewis #8 (ESPN) … #8 (Rivals) … #4 (Scout)
- 6-4 JR Bryan Antoine #12 (ESPN) … #7 (Rivals) … #8 (Scout)
Panthers At A Glance
A now all-junior starting unit returns intact and makes the first of two City of Palms appearances after posting 22 wins for head coach Tahj Holden, who as a player helped the University of Maryland win the 2002 NCAA championship. A pair of nationally touted 6-4 junior guards, Bryan Antoine (20.5 ppg, 4 rpg, 2.5 apg, 3.4 spg) and Scottie Lewis (16.1 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 2.9 apg), have propelled the Panthers into prominence in the Garden State. Lewis exploded for 34 points, 14 boards, six assists and three blocks in a 90-83 overtime win over Rutgers Prep.