For the second time in the last eight days, Odessa drove a dagger through the hearts of the Grain Valley fateful with its second win this season over the Eagles in the waning seconds.

For the second time in the last eight days, Odessa drove a dagger through the hearts of the Grain Valley fateful with its second win this season over the Eagles in the waning seconds.

Jordan Leigh’s bank shot off an offensive rebound with eight seconds left gave Odessa a 56-55 lead and proved to be the final score in a consolation game Thursday night in the Grain Valley Eagles Sonic Showdown at Grain Valley Middle School.

Grain Valley’s Derreon Parker, who scored a game-high 30 points, had a last-second shot attempt blocked as the Eagles fell to 6-11 on the season.

“This is the second time we’ve lost to Odessa in the same fashion, so it’s frustrating,” Eagles head coach Andy Herbert said. “We played the game with three of our top six players out (with illness and injuries), so I was proud of our guys and how they competed.”

Alex Hibler, who’s last second putback basket last Wednesday helped the Bulldogs squeak out a 41-39 win over Grain Valley, led Odessa with 15 points.

Tommy Hotmer scored seven points and Leigh finished with six for the Bulldogs.

Michael Draper added 11 points for Grain Valley.

PLEASANT HILL 57, OAK GROVE 55: A switch to a man-to-man defense was the trick for Oak Grove. But the Panthers couldn’t seal the deal in overtime in a 57-55 loss to Pleasant Hill in a consolation game in the Sonic Showdown at Grain Valley Middle School.

Trailing 26-18 at halftime, the Panthers switched defenses and outscored the Roosters 35-27 in the second half to send the game into overtime.

“The turning point was our defensive pressure,” Oak Grove coach Jerry Girdner said. “We switched from a zone to a man. Jordan Douglas, our freshman, changed the speed of the game with some tremendous ball pressure, and offensively we executed better.”

Justin Starks, who led Pleasant Hill with 21 points, hit two free throws for what proved to be the winning margin.

“We had two good looks to tie it, but they both came up short,” Girdner said.

Landon Grego sparked Oak Grove (4-12) offensively, firing in 17 points before fouling out. Eric Gant added 15, Jacob Eddy contributed 10 and Douglas finished with six.

Brad Smith added 13 points for Pleasant Hill, which outscored the Panthers 4-2 in overtime for the win.

With the losses, Grain Valley and Oak Grove were eliminated from the tournament.

Odessa and Pleasant Hill meet in the consolation final at noon Saturday at Grain Valley High School.

In Thursday’s semifinals at Grain Valley High School, Staley outlasted Lincoln Prep 88-76 and Winnetonka downed Renaissance Academy 68-59.

Winnetonka and Staley meet in the championship at 3 p.m. Saturday at the high school. Lincoln Prep and Renaissance Academy play at 1:30 p.m. for third place.

Michael Draper added 11 points for Grain Valley.