Offensively, Rogoszewski had two singles, a double and three RBI through five innings before walking in the game's final run in the sixth.
The sophomore and Hurricane's No. 8 hitter on Monday bumped his average to .409 and his season RBI total to nine.
"I've been seeing the ball pretty well, but other people getting on base puts pressure on the pitcher," said Rogoszewski, who is on a seven-game hitting streak and is batting .565 during that time. "Every time I got up, there was a player in scoring position."
For Hensley's part, he was sharp on the mound. He retired St. Albans' first 14 batters until Bobby Grishaber fouled off a 1-2 pitch into the dirt. Initially, the home-plate umpire seemed indecisive about whether or not the bat touched the ball and catcher Tate Brock threw to first to complete the strikeout. The Hurricane defense retreated to the dugout, only to be called back to the field when the official ruling was a foul tip.
On the next pitch, Grishaber singled to break up the perfect game.
"I was spotting the fast ball and working the offspeed," said Hensley, who threw 73 pitches in six innings before Trey Dawson relieved in the seventh for a 1-2-3 inning. "I still have to get on top of my offspeed stuff on the mound and work through it more and finish."
He walked just one batter, Lucas Carfagna, on a 3-2 pitch in the sixth inning. Hensley threw 52 strikes and 21 balls.
Brock had a pair of singles for Hurricane and the Redskins struck out only three times.
"We've had good at-bats and we are not striking out," said Hurricane Coach Brian Sutphin, whose team has struck out only 3.45 times per game. "We're putting the ball in play."
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