"We weren't as focused as I would have liked us to have been," said Purdy head coach Joshua Hughes. "College Heights let us hang around. We finally caught a break in the late innings."
The Cougars drew first blood in the second inning scoring a run off a wild pitch.
Purdy managed five hits in the contest. The Eagles first four hitters in the batting order combined to go two for 13 with a single, triple and a walk.
"You have got to get your leadoff batters on base," said Hughes. "Our next opponent will make us pay if we can't score runs early."
Tyler Scott was a bright spot at the plate for the Eagles. Scott reached on an error in the second inning, singled in the fifth inning and hit a sacrifice fly to score a run in the sixth inning.
Scott opened the fifth inning by pushing a bunt up the third base line and using his speed to beat the throw to first for a single. Reese Stevenson singled to score Scott, and Austin Hancock grounded out to score Stevenson.
The Eagles tacked on two runs in the sixth to secure the victory.
Purdy will face Southwest on Monday. First pitch is set for 4 p.m.