Chris Autino

Last Ride: Ranney Seniors Chase Shore Immortality
TINTON FALLS - Four years ago, the talk was all about the future for a special group of eighth-graders who were eager to transform Ranney from a basketball backwater into a national power.
Buzz about capturing Shore Conference and state titles, maybe even winning the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions, w…
Going National
Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis are only halfway through their respective high school basketball careers and they have both already reached a stature consistent with the best players in the country.
On Tuesday night, the Ranney School duo will be among the 30 participants in the Steph Curry Select Ca…
Young Ones
MIDDLETOWN - As much as Mater Dei Prep and Ranney have grown into rivals during their respective two-year meteoric rises, the two had yet to play the kind of classic, down-to-the-wire game that is an essential part of any rivalry.
Thursday at Mater Dei, the rivalry between the Seraphs and the Panther…
Fresh Start
By Bobby Klatt
Shore Sports Network Correspondent
TINTON FALLS - Ranney used a third quarter run to break the game open and start off the season in style, defeating St. Rose 68-55 in a Class B Central matchup Friday night.
With four freshmen in the starting lineup and a new head coach, expectations wer…
Holden Ticket
With everything he accomplished as an amateur basketball player, Tahj Holden is not one to run away from high expectations. At the high school and college levels, he has played on teams with the highest of goals and went on to meet every one of them...