CENTRAL HEIGHTS — After trailing almost the entire game in a key District 21-3A contest at Blue Devil Field Tuesday night, Central Heights used a walk-off single by Michael Perry in the bottom of the seventh that drove in Cade York and culminated a three-run seventh inning that gave the Blue Devils a come-from-behind 6-5 victory over Huntington.

The victory kept Central Heights (17-3-2) alone in first place in the league standings with a spotless 4-0 mark. Diboll (18-4-2) remained in second place, one game back with a 3-1 District 21-3A record, with the Lumberjacks’ 14-1 win over Central on Tuesday.

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