HURRICANE, W.Va. -- Nothing seemed to go wrong for Austin Hensley, J.T. Rogoszewski and the Hurricane baseball team Monday night.
As for St. Albans, the Red Dragons would rather have a do-over.
The Redskins (17-3), who are expected to host next week's Mountain State Athletic Conference tournament, benefited from nine St. Albans walks and two critical errors.
Hensley was almost perfect through six innings and Rogoszewski matched his career high for hits with three and set a personal mark for RBI with five in the Redskins' 9-0 victory over the Red Dragons (14-6) at Lola Meeks Memorial Field.
The first led to Hurricane's first run. St. Albans starting pitcher Dustin Turley set down the first five batters, but No. 6 - Hensley - popped up to shortstop Clark Bryant, whose attempt to catch the ball with one hand at the side of his body resulted in an error. Rogoszewski followed with a single on a 3-2 count to open the scoring.
"The first run they scored because we couldn't field a pop up with two outs, the other two because we can't make a play at second base," St. Albans Coach Rick Whitman said. "Four they scored because we can't catch a routine fly ball and we walk two runs in.
"In essence, we gave them nine runs, which you can't do against a good team."
The play at second occurred in the fourth when a Connor Adams grounder to third base should've led to a fielder's choice at second, but resulted in a high throw and an error.
The routine fly ball came in the fifth inning when Hensley lifted a pop fly to shallow left field, which dropped between shortstop Bryant, third baseman Austin Harless and left fielder Taylor Braley.
The walked-in runs were in the sixth. After a groundout to first base to start the inning, five walks ensued before St. Albans got out of the inning.