Each of the tightly contested matches forced the Redskins into a battle-tested crew.
Dagostine said he hopes his team takes the lessons learned from those games, but the undefeated regular season carries no weight in the postseason.
"Next week, like I said, you have to be good and lucky, and hopefully, this team will move on," he said. "We've had a wonderful season. The record speaks for itself. They won the conference championship in a very difficult conference.
"We go to next week and hope we're good and lucky at the same time and move on or lose and go home. That's the way it goes."
Hurricane will begin its hopeful march to the State Tournament when the Redskins begin sectional play Tuesday at Hurricane against the winner of Nitro-St. Albans in a game that will be played Monday.
In other boys action:
Nitro 2, St. Joseph 1 - The Wildcats scored two goals in the first half and made it hold up in earning the home win.
Alec Bailey and Evan Eich scored the goals for Nitro (12-8), both assisted by Geoffrey Bevil. Senior goalkeeper Lee Klocke made eight saves for the Wildcats.
Lakin Brooks scored for St. Joseph (9-10-1).
George Washington 4, Cabell Midland 3 - The Patriots (13-5-2) trailed at halftime, but scored three goals in the second half to earn the road win over the Knights (7-10-1).
Caleb Barnette scored two goals while Noah Miller and Garrett Warner tallied the other goals for GW. Midland falls to 7-10-1.
In girls action:
Poca 1, St. Albans 0 - With the game scoreless, Marissa Perkins tallied the game's only goal midway through the second half to give the Dots the hard-fought home victory
Perkins, a senior, scored the goal off of a penalty kick for Poca (9-9-1). Junior Autumn Williams made 11 saves to earn the shutout in goal for the Dots.
George Washington 2, Nitro 0 - Stephanie Kelly and Kasey Rhodes scored the goals for the Patriots (14-3-1) in the victory over the Wildcats (6-9).
Caroline Barber recorded the shutout for GW.