Logan senior righthander Johnny Morrison also had a solid outing on the mound, striking out five batters and scattering six hits over five innings of work. Sophomore Chase Preston worked a perfect sixth inning, striking out two, for Logan.
Morrison did struggle with his control at times, issuing four walks, including a pair of costly free passes in the decisive fourth inning.
In that inning the Redskins loaded the bases on a throwing error by Preston, a single by J.T. Rogoszewski and a walk to No. 9 hitter Zach Pate.
Hurricane leadoff man Trey Dawson plated the game's first run when he worked Morrison for a two-out walk, while Rogoszewski closed out the scoring one batter later when Morrison balked with the bases loaded.
Josh Rein had a pair of hits for the Wildcats, while Riley Metz doubled and Tate Brock had a single and a double for the Redskins.
"He's probably got as good a stuff as anybody that we have," Logan Coach Roger Gertz said of Morrison, who pitched sparingly as a junior.
"Sometimes his location is his biggest problem and he rushes himself, but I think as the year goes on he's going to mature into a real good baseball pitcher."