Bryan Antoine

TINTON FALLS, N.J. -- Up until last year, the plush and sprawling Ranney School here in Monmouth County wasn't on anybody's radar as far as New Jersey high school athletics.

Put it this way: I've covered sports in New Jersey for close to 20 years and I had never been to the school before Thursday night. Never even heard of the place until last year.

But pretty soon everybody in the New Jersey basketball world -- and maybe the national prep scene -- will know about this place because of two sophomore basketball players named Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis.

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CARTERSVILLE, Ga. -- Led by the tandem of Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine, the Team Rio 16U squad played for an Under Armour Finals championship on Saturday after knocking off Team Thad on Friday night behind 22 points from Antoine.

Against Sports U, they came up short, 50-47, in the championship on Sautrday.

"It was a huge win," Lewis told SNY.tv of the semifinal victory. "They beat us back in LA, so we knew what we were going to do when we came out. We started up a bit slow, but Bryan and Jalen kept us going, I woke up in the second half, and we did what we were supposed to do. We all played our part and pulled out the win."

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PHILADELPHIA -- On Sunday morning at the Elevate HoopS Summer Showdown, there was an early treat: a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer by Team Rio's 2019 guard Bryan Antoine.

Team Rio edged Team Final at the hands of Antoine -- and his teammate Scottie Lewis -- 63-60.

The 2019 star guard duo displayed all of their talents in front of a hefty crowd that featured the head coach of national champion Villanova, Jay Wright, along with Indiana coach Tom Crean, N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried, Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard and Maryland assistant Bino Ranson.

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Steph Curry, the first unanimous NBA Most Valuable Player recipient, and Under Armour Basketball return to the Bay Area to host the third annual SC30 Select Camp. The top high school guards in the nation will participate in the four-day program from June 28 -July 1, 2016.

The event includes several players from the New York/New Jersey, including Class of 2017 point guard Trevon Duval, formerly of St. Benedict's Prep and now at Advanced Prep Internationa; Class of 2017 St. Raymond's point guard Isaiah Washington; Class of 2017 Seton Hall commit Myles Cale of St. Patrick's; Class of 2018 Hudson (N.J.) Catholic point guard Jahvon Quinerly; and Class of 2019 standouts Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis of the Ranney (N.J.) School.

Antoine, Lewis and teammate Alex Klatsky also took an unofficial visit to Stanford on Tuesday in advance of the camp.

The following high school basketball players have been selected this year:

  • Alex Barcello - Chandler, Arizona
  • Bryan Antoine - Keyport, New Jersey
  • DJ Jeffries - Olive Branch, Tennessee 
  • Gerald Liddell - Cibolo, Texas
  • Isaiah Washington - Bronx, New York
  • Jahvon Quinerly - Hackensack, New Jersey
  • Jalek Felton - Mullins, South Carolina
  • Jaylen Hands - San Diego, California
  • Jemarl Baker - Corona, California
  • Khavon Moore - Macon, Georgia
  • Kris Wilkes - Fishers, Indiana
  • LJ Figueroa - Lawrence, Massachusetts 
  • Michael Porter Jr. - Columbia, Missouri 
  • Mitch Ballock - Eudora, Kansas 
  • MJ Walker - Riverdale, Georgia  
  • Myles Cale - Middletown, Delaware
  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Paul Scruggs - Indianapolis, Indiana 
  • Prentiss Hubb - Upper Marlboro, Maryland
  • Scottie Lewis - Hazlet, New Jersey
  • Trevon Duval - New Castle, Delaware 
  • Ty-Shon Alexander - Charlotte, North Carolina
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