Ranney (13-1), ranked No. 9 by USA Today, beat Federal Way (16-2), ranked 15th, 73-63 in a game televised on ESPNU.
Ranney School of Tinton Falls, N.J., prevailed against Federal Way at the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass., on Monday morning.
In the matchup of nationally ranked boys basketball teams, Ranney (13-1), ranked No. 9 by USA Today, beat Federal Way (16-2), ranked 15th, 73-63 in a game televised on ESPNU.
Florida-commit Scottie Lewis had 26 points and eight rebounds for Ranney, and Villanova-commit Bryan Antoine added 23.
Federal Way star Jaden McDaniels, the No. 5 senior in the nation according to 247Sports.com, had 10 points and 11 rebounds and three blocks but was only 4 of 19 from the field.
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Federal Way led much of the first half and was up 28-26 at halftime, but a 23-10 third quarter proved to be the difference for Ranney, which shot 46 percent from the field. Federal Way shot 37.7 percent.
Tari Eason lead the Eagles with 17 points and 12 rebounds, and Jalen Womack added 14 points.
Federal Way has a game scheduled at Auburn Riverside on Tuesday.
The last team from Washington to play at the Hoophall Classic was Nathan Hale, which beat Oak Hill 80-77 in 2017.