Meanwhile, Hurricane played tight on defense too, led by Ian Miles who matched against St. Albans' top-scoring threat Nathan McNeil.
"We just tried to deny McNeil the ball," Sutherland said. "Ian Miles is a hellacious defensive player, and he did (deny McNeil), and it worked.
"(McNeil) had a couple open shots, but other than that, he worked hard for everything."
McNeil finished with six points, almost 10 below his average (15.6).
For the Redskins, their 42 points was well below average, too. Hurricane entered the contest averaging 69 per game.
After a 47-45 victory at Winfield Friday, Sutherland said he expected a low-scoring affair.
"Coming off the Winfield game, I expected to be a little flat," he said.
"I didn't expect to be that flat. I didn't expect the 2-3 zone to hurt us that much, but it did. We didn't shoot the ball very well the first half. We threw the ball all around the gym. I just don't think we were ready to play."
Sutherland said he credited the Red Dragons' play as well for making a difficult contest.
"They're a very good team and they'll get it turned around," he said. "They'll beat some people."
Sorsaia finished with a game-high 13 points, while Harris scored 11. Sophomore Trey Dawson scored 10, all in the second half.
Quamise Carter, coming off the bench, paced St. Albans with eight points.
Hurricane returns to action to play host to Nitro 7:30 p.m. Friday, while St. Albans next plays at Winfield 7:30 p.m. Friday.