Fallon noted that Hurricane shot 57 percent in the first half (16 of 28) and many of those were from point-blank range.
"In the first half, 26 of their 40 points were on layups,'' Fallon said. "If you can't keep teams out of the paint, you're not going to beat anybody, I don't care who it is. They outplayed us. There's no other way to put it.''
J.R. Kerr's 13 points led Parkersburg South.
Hurricane meets Woodrow Wilson at approximately 7:20 tonight in one of the boys co-championship games of the weeklong event. The host Flying Eagles (7-2) beat University 75-56 in their first-round game late Friday.
The Redskins have already played Woodrow at the BRCCC once this season, losing 62-49 on Jan. 11.
Sutherland knows what has to be different for the Redskins to fare better against the Eagles.
"We've got to quit being babies,'' he said, "and not let them shove us all over the floor - plain and simple. Step up and play.
"Because they play great defense and we let them push us out, push us out. It's hard to start your offense from halfcourt. We've got to start it closer to the basket and attack the basket and be aggressive.''
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.