Sydney McLaughlin accepted her trophy two days after earning a spot on the U.S. Olympic team for the Rio Games. - From NBC Olympics
Tatum starred at Chaminade College Prep in Creve Coeur, Missouri.
Tatum scored 40 points in the title game, a mark he topped in six games as a senior.
Tatum accepted his silver trophy from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, LA Rams player Todd Gurley, NBA rookie of the year Karl-Anthony Towns, who won two years ago, and retired soccer star Landon Donovan.
The other boys' finalists were: Jacob Eason, football, Lake Stevens, Washington; Andrew Hunter, cross country, Loudoun Valley, Oregon; Lucas Mendes, soccer, Arlington, Virginia; Kyle Muller, baseball, Dallas; and Michael Norman, track and field, Murrieta, California.
The other girls' nominees were: Khalia Lanier, volleyball, Phoenix, Arizona; Katie Rainsberger, cross country, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Erin Boley, basketball, Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Ella Stevens, soccer, Loganville, Georgia; and Madilyn Nickles, softball, Merced, California.