Ranney had to wait over 10 months to get their hands back on Roselle Catholic.

And it seemed it was well worth the wait.

Ranney dismantled the Lions, 61-49, to get revenge from the Non-Public “B” loss dealt by Roselle Catholic last season, before a sold-out crowd at the Robert J. Collins Arena at Brookdale Community College.

Villanova-commit Bryan Antoine led the way with 25 points in the win and also received MVP honors. Florida-commit Scottie Lewis was largely held in check but fell just short of a double-double with 8 points and 10 rebounds.

The X-Factor, though, was junior Phil Wheeler, who scored 10 points, gathered 12 rebounds and dominated the paint in the 2nd half to help secure Ranney’s win.

Roselle Catholic’s Kahlil Whitney, a Kentucky commit, scored 15 points and UNLV commit chipped in 13. Highly-touted junior prospect Cliff Omoruyi accounted for a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, largely coming in the first half.

It was one of the most anticipated regular season games in recent memory, considering three McDonald’s All-Americans (Whitney, Antoine and Lewis) suited up to play. Kentucky coach John Calipari was even in attendance to watch the spectacle.

JSZ’s Jay Cook and Rich Chrampanis have the extensive highlights and coverage from Lincroft: