Posted On: 04/14/19 11:00 PM

The 25th annual Northwest Shootout took place on Saturday night and in the boys game, Washington shook off a slow start to take control and utilize their advantage in size and overall athleticism to surge past Oregon, 120-102.

Oregon had the upper hand early on in the game as they adopted their underdog mentality and were on target with their three-point shooting. But as the game progressed, the sheer size and athleticism of forwards Jaden McDaniels and Anton Waton started to become quite evident. And while Oregon didn't shoot poorly nor were shaky with the basketball, with every miss and turnover Washington seemingly took advantage of in transition.

McDaniels led Washington with 25 points and ten rebounds on his way to MVP honors, leading six players in double figures as Cole Bajema scored 19, Watson 18, Shaw Anderson 15, Micah Pollard 12, and Brock Ravet 12. Josh Angle led Oregon with 16 points while Marcus Tsohonis scored 14, Chase McClain 13, and Stevie Schlabach and Brian Warinner added 12 points each.

Here are how the top performers fared in the game:

Jaden McDaniels (2019 Federal Way) - Key stats: 25 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists.

It wasn't until McDaniels was

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