In addition to the stellar offensive display of Ugarte and Meadows, Redskins senior goalkeeper Tim Hayslett's play continued to shine with his second shutout of the young season.
"I would put (Hayslett) up against any keeper in the area, maybe even the state" Ragle said. "He comes to work every day, does everything he's asked to do and gives 110 percent. He's just a really hard worker."
Hayslett's opposite in Capital keeper Jones also manufactured a solid effort with 10 saves against the Redskins offensive pressure, though Jones fell short in matching Hayslett's shutout.
Hurricane utilized new faces in the win, with nine returners lost from last year's squad. Beyond the missing players, Ragle, a former Redskins player and assistant, has also replaced seven-year coach Dagostine.
"We're playing lots of new guys, some in new positions," Ragle said. "Some happened to perform at a higher level than they have in the past and they've stepped up to the challenge."
The Redskins will look to continue their solid start when Hurricane next plays host to Woodrow Wilson 5 p.m. Thursday. Capital next plays host to St. Albans, 7:30 p.m. Thursday.