"That was really big," said Rogers, who scattered five singles, struck out three and issued two walks in getting the win and finishing her season with a 21-3 record.
"I knew that if they could have scored there they could have come back," Rogers said. "I thought they seemed a little bit down and they weren't really in it after that."
Hurricane added a run in the sixth, when senior pinch-runner Haley Byrd scored on an error and a fielder's choice after being substituted into the game for Hebb.
Hurricane Coach Josh Caldwell said he thought the Redskins' defensive effort was the key to the championship-game win.
"We've taken some heat during sectionals and regionals because we've made some errors, but I thought we stepped up - especially this game - and made some fantastic plays," Caldwell said. "(I'm proud of) just the guttiness and the determination of the team to finish it.
"It's a great group of kids. They deserve it."
Park mounted one last rally, but it also came up empty. In the seventh inning the Patriots had runners at first and second with no outs when Tracy lined a pitch right at Hebb at first base. The freshman speared the ball with her glove and calmly stepped on the bag to double up Greer, who had already broken for second.
It was Hebb's second gem of the day. In the sixth she went into foul territory to catch a pop-up by Marissa Tucker that went out of play. Hebb reached into the crowd that was lined two-deep along the fences to the field and recorded the first out of what became a 1-2-3 inning for Rogers.
It was both teams' first appearance in a softball state championship game. Park had upset season-long No. 1 John Marshall in regional play to reach the tournament.
"I'm proud of the girls. They worked hard all season, but Hurricane's a really, really good team. They deserved to win," Davis said.
Pierson and Hebb were 2-for-3 while Rogers went 2-for-4 with two RBI as the Redskins pounded out 11 hits. Tracy led Park at the plate by going 2-for-3.
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