A loss in the championship game did not prevent Markelle Fultz from winning MVP honors at the Les Schwab Invitational.
DeMatha Catholic lost, 82-66, to Oak Hill in the tournament championship game, but Fultz had an impressive enough week in Hillsboro to take home the MVP award anyway.
Fultz, a 5-star guard who last month signed a national letter of intent to play for UW, scored 20 points in the loss to Oak Hill. He had 20 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in a semifinal victory over Garfield, and scored 27 points in DeMatha’s opening-round win over Westview.
Speaking of Garfield -- junior guard Daejon Davis, who is committed to Washington in the 2017 class, was named to the all-tournament team and helped the Bulldogs to a 76-60 victory over West Lynn to claim the third-place trophy.