Only fourth-ranked Winfield and fifth-ranked George Washington managed to score twice in a game against Nitro during that time.
"They've done everything we've asked of them," Young said. "We're playing a lot better, 100 percent better, than at the start of the year."
Nitro senior keeper Lee Klocke only had to make three saves, while his counterpart Brian Knight, was forced to make 15 for St. Albans.
Next up is the tough task of turning around and playing Hurricane in less than 24 hours.
"This was our preparation right here," White said of Monday's game.
And the Redskins had better be ready for the way the Wildcats plan to play.
"We're ready to give 110 percent," Eich said.
Eich and a large group of fellow seniors are not quite ready to hang up their cleats just yet.
In other boys action:
Herbert Hoover 4, Scott 1 - Jesse Weese scored three goals to lead the Huskies to the Class AA/A Region 4, Section 2 victory over the Skyhawks.
Jacob Weese added a goal for Hoover (6-12-2), while Andrew Mercer had two saves.
For Scott (2-14-1), Ryan Cowan scored the lone goal on an assist from Michael Miller.
Hoover advances to face Charleston Catholic at 7:30 p.m. today.
In girls action:
Sissonville 1, St. Joseph 0 - Karli Pinkerton scored a second-half goal to lead the Indians to the Class AA/A Region 4, Section 1 victory over the Irish.
Cassidy Lewis had an assist for Sissonville (19-2-0), which faces Herbert Hoover in the championship at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Charleston Catholic 12, Sherman 0 - Payton Mullen scored four goals as the Irish cruised to an easy Class AA/A Region 4, Section 2 victory over the Tide.
Quincy McKown had two goals for Catholic (13-5-2), while Peyton Keener, Sarah Fox, Jenny Borman, Hannah George, Katie Pulliam and Casey Gennett added goals.
For Sherman (1-13-1), Kaylee Gordon recorded 27 saves.