The Logan County Cougars led the Eagles 49-48 going into the final period, but were outscored 19-10 in that period.
It was an uphill battle all the way for Coach Mike Haynes' team. Senior forward Kyle Morrison, who had led them in a pair of wins to start the tournament, played only briefly because of a foot condition.
Another senior front-liner, Aaron Davenport, was injured midway through the game and played only briefly in the fourth quarter.
Still, the Cougars were able to maintain a lead until the fourth quarter. After trailing 19-16 following the first quarter, the Panthers led 37-36 and 49-48 the next two periods.
Logan, runner-up in the tournament in which 10 teams participated, was led in scoring by Phillip Holloway and Kelley Jordan with 13 each.
Ohio County ran its record to 8-1 while Logan fell to 6-4.
Russellville finished third, beating Louisville Southern 67-53. The Panthers got a strong game from Maurice 'Squeaky' Hampton with 30 points. Justin Taylor scored 17 while Damien Terry-- who is making a bid for more playing time-- added 10.
The Panthers won every quarter, leading 16-9, 34-23 and 52-40 and the stops.
Owensboro Apollo, the team which Logan handed its first loss in the tournament's opening round, lost again in the consolation bracket finals to a strong Louisville Moore team, 81-61.
Moore, which is coached by former Western Kentucky University and University of Minnesota Assistant Coach Don Evans, was in the losers' bracket because the team couldn't get out of school to play its first-round game Wednesday.
Breckinridge County, the team which Russellville eliminated on Wednesday, placed eighth after losing 57-47 to Adair County.
Logan is off this week, while Russellville is playing in a tournament in Owensboro.