Ohio State stayed unbeaten and won its second game of its trip to Spain with a 95-63 victory Tuesday against the Valencia All-Stars.

Freshman guard Duane Washington Jr. led the Buckeyes with 19 points. He opened the game by connecting on all four of his first-quarter field goals including a pair of three-pointers as Ohio State jumped out to a 28-12 lead, and he finished 7 of 10 from the field while making all three of his three-point attempts.

“Duane made shots early,” coach Chris Holtmann said in a video interview conducted by walk-on Joey Lane. “Guys did a great job screening for him. It was good to see. He let it come to him a little bit more tonight.”

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By halftime, Washington had 12 points, nine Buckeyes had scored and Ohio State held a 47-30 lead. Micah Potter, Musa Jallow and Kyle Young each had six first-half points. Young finished with 11 points and a game-high nine rebounds. Freshman forward Jaedon LeDee had 10 second-half points and eight rebounds, while Micah Potter also had eight rebounds.

Keyshawn Woods had four of Ohio State's 22 assists while C.J. Jackson, Jallow and Washington all had three apiece.

Complete stats and lineups were not available.

“Duane was hot,” junior Micah Potter said. “He was hitting everything he shot. Luther (Muhammad), always making the right play and locking up on defense. Those two played really well.”

Ohio State won its first game of the trip 93-61 against the Madrid Generals. Kaleb Wesson led the Buckeyes with 20 points. They will play their final game of the trip Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern time in Barcelona against the Catalan All Stars.

The final game is expected to be the biggest challenge of the trip for Ohio State.

“I thought we played a team that played harder than the team we played the other night,” Holtmann said. “Maybe not quite as talented. The competition hasn’t been stellar so far. I think it will be Thursday night.”